The one question that will wear down all your worries

The one question that will wear down all your worries
“My life has been full of terrible misfortune; most of which never happened.” You may recognize this as a quote from French Renaissance philosopher Michel De Montaigne, or maybe from your very own experience with worrying about things that never actually came to pass. These imagined fears we hold for future events, even though they aren’t happening to us in the... Read More

One rule to build rapport

One rule to build rapport
The Oxford Dictionary defines rapport as “a close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other’s feelings or ideas and communicate well.” The ability to instantly build rapport is arguably one of the most important skills in networking and relationship development. It will determine whether or not you’re able to maintain audience with the people... Read More

Why items with a 99% rate of success sell more than items with a 1% rate of failure

Why items with a 99% rate of success sell more than items with a 1% rate of failure
It seems crazy, but it’s true. The exact same product, with the exact same functions and statistics will yield varying results depending on how it’s first introduced. As demonstrated in a research study led by Benedetto De Martino from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at Cambridge University, ‘human choices are remarkably susceptible to the manner in which options are presented. This so-called... Read More

You CAN take risks and make bold choices without derailing your life

You CAN take risks and make bold choices without derailing your life
It’s almost impossible to browse the internet and not be reminded of how everything great happens outside of your comfort zone. We’ve all accepted this as a universal truth, and with good reason. It’s very rare that you’ll find advice about how to navigate the uncertainty and risk that comes with exiting your comfort zone though. I mean, yes I... Read More