Ever wondered why mediocre people so frequently rise up the ladder?

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Malcolm Gladwell from the book Blink “Mediocre people find their way into positions of authority…because when it comes to even the most important positions, our selection decisions are a good deal less rational than we think.”

The Power of BLINK comes with experience

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Malcolm Gladwell from the book Blink “Being able to act intelligently and instinctively in the moment is possible only after a long and rigorous of education and experience”

This is BLINK for you

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Malcolm Gladwell from the book Blink “Anyone who has ever scanned the bookshelves of a new girlfriend or boyfriend- or peeked inside his or her medicine cabinet- understands this implicitly; you can learn as much – or more – from one glance at a private space asContinue reading “This is BLINK for you”

What we do with an INSIGHT is most important

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Malcolm Gladwell from the book Blink “Insight is not a lightbulb that goes off inside our heads. It is a flickering candle that can easily be snuffed out.”

This is why STORYTELLING is still an ART

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Malcolm Gladwell from the book Blink “We have, as human beings, a storytelling problem. We’re a bit too quick to come up with explanations for things we don’t really have an explanation for.”

Without this component decision making is incomplete

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Malcolm Gladwell from the book Blink “The key to good decision making is not knowledge. It is understanding. We are swimming in the former. We are desperately lacking in the latter.”

This is what Sales and Theater have in common

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Daniel Pink from the book To Sell is Human “Sales and theater have much in common. Both take guts. Salespeople pick up the phone and call strangers; actors walk onto the stage in front of them. Both invite rejection—for salespeople, slammed doors, ignored calls, and a pileContinue reading “This is what Sales and Theater have in common”