Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or caregiver…having options when it comes to discipline is extremely helpful.
While doing research for my upcoming book, True Influence I came across an interesting PDF boasting 40 ways to use influence to keep your kids in line.
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL REPORT
Some are obvious, and some are not.
Thought I’d share!
What a nice Christmas surprise!
Especially because the book came out over two years ago. (Shhhh….)
Here’s what I really want for Christmas – a world with more human connection and understanding.
Okay, so you can’t give that to me, but maybe together, we can make a dent.
Share this top 10 list with your friends. ALL of the books on this list will create more human connection and understanding IF people actually read them. So share it everywhere.
You can use the share links to the left.
OR, you can visit: https://www.blinkist.com/magazine/posts/2016s-top-10-psychology-books and use their share links.That’s what the share links look like. They are small circles with different logos inside. It takes all of 5 seconds to share and knowledge is the best Christmas gift you can give.
Thank you for being the best readers an author could ask for! And have an amazing holiday season! I’ve got some exciting things planned for you in 2017! Can’t wait.
“Where do you see yourself in five years?” asked the interviewer.
“I’ll have your job in three,” replied the millennial applicant.
Confidence is a good thing, but this wasn’t confidence. It was arrogance.
This is a true story I heard from an attendee of one of my leadership seminars (The Highly Connected Leader: Human Connection Strategies for Busy Bosses)
Needless to say, he didn’t get the job. In fact, the interview ended right there. “Thank you very much. Don’t call us, we’ll call you.”
This is a balance so many people struggle with – How can you have confidence without being seen as cocky or arrogant? Continue reading
Without this Weird Law, Trump Would Have Lost the Election Bigly
The 2016 presidential election was much closer than most people think.
Trump won by 74 electoral votes, which seems like a lot, but the entire election actually came down to an outdated law regarding how the ballots are printed. Just a quick warning, the numbers I’m about to share with you are a bit shocking.
There were six states with less than a 2% margin of victory. Alphabetically they are:
||Margin of Victory
Clinton got 14 electoral votes by winning close races. Trump got 75.
If, for some reason, these six states were to flip their results by just 2%, then Hillary would have won by a score of 293 electoral votes to Trump’s 245. That’s the entire election right there. It all comes down to less than 2% of the vote in six states. Just a little nudge one way or the other.
What could have made a 2% difference? Continue reading