Lowballing: Some Random Iowa Energy Users, and how my Dad tricked me into getting ‘A’s

How can we influence and persuade others into doing the things that we want? This is a popular question among diverse groups:  from politicians, to marketers, to managers, to students, to even parents raising a child. Here is one important  lesson I learnt from my book of the month, Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Read More

Navy Seal

Lessons from a Navy Seal: Why you should attempt to stop worrying Worry (n): to feel or show fear and concern because you think that something bad has happened or could happen. Verily, we are all worry-addicts. Sometimes last year I came across the statistics that 90% of what we worry about never happens. While I can’t justify such data, I can definitely relate to Read More