Venturing into uncertain situations is always risky, but too much allegiance to the status quo could put us on the road to stagnation. Continue reading →
As we’ve recently discussed , it’s extremely difficult to change minds by presenting facts and figures alone.
As writer Daniel Pink has observed in his book, A Whole New Mind, when facts and data are easily available, that over abundance of information decreases in value. At the same time, emotional impact & context become more valuable. Continue reading →
The essential point is that when a person makes some kind of commitment, it generally leads to a corresponding consistency of behavior. Continue reading →
Today’s article was inspired by Seth Godin, serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and global marketing guru. His blog posts are sinewy and rich with insight. If you know him you probably agree. If you don’t – check him out.
There are three ways we fail to connect with people:
#1 We assume they’re not seeing the whole picture. They just don’t know what we know, and when they do, when we educate them about the salient details, they’ll see things like we do and come around. Continue reading →