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Reality Hacking is behind the British people being influenced to vote for Brexit. The tricked out algo's, the software bots
Mind you, I'm not claiming to be psychic or a mind reader, but after 25 years of doing this kind of work, a person develops a curious ability to sense what people are thinking...
"There's something about [Toronto] to me that's much more sociologically experimental," said Malicki-Sánchez. "This whole
In a world where we manage change in business instead of embracing it, it is not surprising that fear produces predictability and cookie cutter expectations at events. It is part of the current transactional nature of business that needs a reboot to match the 21st century human to human era.
There will be many companies that don't get the AI innovation thing. They will be late to the party. Still looking in the
Change interferes with autonomy and can make people feel that they've lost control over their territory and power. It also creates excess uncertainty. If change feels extremely uncertain, then people will reject it.
Coleman began losing weight on her own naturally, even though her doctor told her that she couldn't lose over 200 pounds without surgery. Coleman replied to her doctor, "Oh, I will do it," and she did.
The ethics of networking flow both ways. High-character people reach out for help in honorable ways, and those on the receiving end who consider themselves honorable people respond in a gracious and dignified manner.
Timothy Leary popularized the saying, "Turn on, tune in, and drop out," during the 1960s. But as our electronic devices threaten to overwhelm our relationships, our senses, and our peace of mind, I suggest a new one for the foreseeable future
Few things are more comforting than knowing that someone else has been there before, has experienced what you've experienced, and can give you that beam of hope that light truly is right around the corner.