An Email writing masterclass

Adopted from the following insight shared by David Rock from his book Your Brain at Work is a masterclass on email writing skills. 1. Emails should contain as few words as possible. 2. Make it easy to see your central point at a glance, in one screen. 3. Never send an email that could emotionallyContinue reading “An Email writing masterclass”

Shocking insight on ill effects due to CONSTANT EMAILING and TEXT MESSAGING

Adopted from the following insight shared by David Rock from his 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 fifteen points for men. ThisContinue reading “Shocking insight on ill effects due to CONSTANT EMAILING and TEXT MESSAGING”

This is why even Microsoft studies working of human brain

Adopted from the following insight shared by David Rock from his book Your Brain at Work “Microsoft has a division that studies the way people work, to develop efficiency-improving software. (According to Microsoft’s research up to 2007, if you’re looking for a technological solution to being more efficient, getting a bigger computer screen is oneContinue reading “This is why even Microsoft studies working of human brain”

This is one of the many quirks of the human brain

Adopted from the following saying of David Rock from his book Your Brain at Work.. “We all often think about what’s easy to think about, rather than what’s right to think about.”

Isn’t this such a QUIRKY human psychology?

Adopted from the following great quote of Seth Godin that exposes a quirk in human psychology which is made good use of by great marketers.. “People don’t believe what you tell them. They rarely believe what you show them. They often believe what their friends tell them. They always believe what they tell themselves.”

Human beings are NATURAL MIMICKERS , this quote highlights the same

Adopted from the following great quote of Daniel Pink.. “Human beings are natural mimickers. The more you’re conscious of the other side’s posture, mannerisms, and word choices – and the more you subtly reflect those back – the more accurate you’ll be at taking their perspective.”