Category Archives: Psychology

Speaking at Red Herring Top 100 Conference

I was very pleased to have been invited to participate as a panelist at the renowned Red Herring North America Top-100 Conference held in beautiful Monterey, California on May 21-22, 2013.  My panel’s theme was around “knowing your sources.”  At … Continue reading

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10 Quotes to Live by

“Remember that failure is an event, not a person.” “You will get all you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want.” “People often say motivation doesn’t last. Neither does bathing—that’s why we recommend it … Continue reading

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The Four Types of People

I just read a bunch of articles by James Altucher – I hadn’t heard of the guy before but ran into one of his articles and ended up spending a bit of time on his site navigating his posts.   Lots … Continue reading

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Parking Space Theory of Life

Great line from Faust : “I call it the Parking Space Theory of Life. Don’t park 10 blocks away from your destination because you think you won’t find a closer space. Go to where you want to be. You can … Continue reading

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The Power of Self Interest

While having dinner with a close friend who is a young CEO running his first company in New York, an interesting topic came up.  My friend asked, “What do you find is effective, when reaching out to people you don’t … Continue reading

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