From “BUYER BEWARE” to “SELLER BEWARE”, this is how selling has evolved

Originally posted on DipsUnplugged:
Adopted from the following great insight shared by Daniel Pink from the book To Sell is Human “The balance of power has shifted—and how we’ve moved from a world of caveat emptor, buyer beware, to one of caveat venditor, seller beware—where honesty, fairness, and transparency are often the only viable path.”

This is the FIRST step to SALESMANSHIP

Originally posted on DipsUnplugged:
Adopted from the following great insight shared by Daniel Pink from the book To Sell is Human “The “first step in salesmanship” was “autosuggestion,” “the principle through which the salesman saturates his own mind with belief in the commodity or service offered for sale, as well as in his own ability…

Are you mindful?This is a great insight on mindfulness

Originally posted on DipsUnplugged:
Adopted from the following great insight shared by David Rock from the book Your Brain at Work “Mindfulness is a habit, it’s something the more one does, the more likely one is to be in that mode with less and less effort…it’s a skill that can be learned. It’s accessing something…

Are you into constant emailing and text messaging?This will make you think again

Originally posted on DipsUnplugged:
Adopted from the following great insight shared by David Rock from the book Your Brain at Work “A study done at the University of London found that constant emailing and text-messaging reduces mental capability by an average of ten points on an IQ test. It was five points for women, and…

This is fulfillment in life depends on the balance of these 4 hormones

Originally posted on DipsUnplugged:
Adopted from the following great insight shared by David Rock from the book Your Brain at Work Cortisol – Stress related Dopamine – Addictive chemical stimulated by rewards and is short lived Serotonin – Leadership hormone Oxytocin – Love hormone leads to fulfillment “May your cortisol levels stay low, your dopamine…

This is how great leaders inspire others to act

Originally posted on DipsUnplugged:
Adopted from the following great insight shared by David Rock from the book Your Brain at Work 1) Great leaders understand intuitively that they need to work hard to create a sense of safety in others. In this way, great leaders are often humble leaders, thereby reducing the status threat. 2)…