Ready for the next level, but not sure how to get there? Maybe you need to find yourself a mentor.
Winners never quit, right?
Well, no. It’s a bit more complicated than that, at least according to Seth Godin.
If you’ve seen Thomas’ recent video on multitasking, you may be wondering: if I can’t do focus on two things at once, what about music? Does listening to music count as multitasking? Is the study playlist an ironically unproductive trap?
Well, no, it’s not. But there’s more to it than that.
It’s almost March now, so you know what that means: it’s time to start your post-New Year’s-resolutions resolutions.
Well, not you, dear listener. I’m sure you’re doing just fine — but your friends probably need some help getting back on the wagon, right?
It’s the end of an era. Today marks the sixth and final chapter in our series on Robert Cialdini’s “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion.”
And now that you know that, you should value this episode ever so slightly more due to the effect of scarcity — the same effect that pushes us toward limited edition Oreo flavors and convinces people gold is worth something.
Classes may seem like they go on forever when you’re drifting off in your lecture class, going over summer plans for the 18th time, but it turns out four years really isn’t that long in the grand scheme of things.
With that in mind, we decided to talk about some of the ways people choose to spend one of the most memorable periods of their lives.
I thought about wearing a suit for today’s episode, but decided against it. Why? Authority, or the illusion of authority, is a powerful thing,
We’re back again with five more questions, and we’ve come to give you five more answers.