Feel Your Way to Better Luck

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Have you ever known a person who seemed to attract bad luck? I used to work with a guy who seemed to have the cards stacked against him. Science gives us reason to believe that his luck wasn’t as random as he assumed.

Unlucky Larry

Larry was smart and hard-working, but quirky things seemed to happen to him that interrupted his success. Many years ago we were both computer programmers and ...

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Become One of the New Leaders

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There’s a leadership quality coming to light, through new scientific discovery, which will naturally identify a different type of leader. These leaders can increase the performance of every person in an organization, and they can do so without saying or doing anything. They set the emotional tone of the organization.

The Power of Positivity

Groups of people who work together share an underlying emotional bond, and it determines their ...

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A Deeper Business Intelligence

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It concerns me that business leaders are investing so much time and money into analyzing huge amounts of data for decision making, while at the same time ignoring our innate abilities to make wiser decisions. Business Intelligence initiatives are commanding millions of dollars in most large companies, where leaders believe the holy grail of making wise decisions is to make them all fact-based, or data-based, by analyzing such ...

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The Progression of Power

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I just returned from spending a couple weeks in Egypt, and being there brought an interesting pattern to light. Egypt is unique in that it contains remnants of the oldest civilization on earth as well as some of the most revolutionary recent events. It made me think about how the power in society has increasingly gone from the few to the many, or in other words, from “power ...

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