Category Archives: Psychology

The psychology of why we do what we do in our marketplace.

What’s a Relay?

Writing poetry has been in the family for the past three generations– four counting this latest one. I recall being about ten years old, following along with my dad, “shootin’ trouble” on the railroad. He would take a moment from … Continue reading

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Daring Greatly

Brené Brown found her title for her new book in the famous quote from Teddy Roosevelt’s speech, Citizenship in a Republic— It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or … Continue reading

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Field Marketing

The Two Kinds of Field Marketing The difference between Field Marketing for Consumer Packaged Goods (B2C) and Field Marketing for Professional (B2B) sales is significant. In the CPG market, a contract representative promotes new consumer products to the public. This is B2C Field … Continue reading

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Eat That Frog!

From: Eat That Frog, by Brian Tracy. Brian Tracy is Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations. Brian’s goal is to help people achieve their personal and business … Continue reading

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We Are All Daniel Cui

On YouTube Facebook Stories: We Are All Daniel Cui Are you not perfect yet? Do you have friends? Join the club!!

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Vulnerability

“Vulnerability”– At first, it sounds like something we all would want to avoid, doesn’t it? We all want, and need respect. And we want to be successful in life. This means we should avoid being vulnerable, right? Not according to … Continue reading

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Chickens

Imagine you are a Peace Corp worker in some third world country– let’s call it Budzaria. You find that the local Budzarian people are not getting enough protein in their diet, and that one cause is that while they do … Continue reading

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The Sociopath

All of us have that 1% of all people that we might work with, socialize with, or are otherwise socially challenged by. Perhaps they are socially inept– a sociopath, and perhaps it is you (or me). It is probably a … Continue reading

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The Oracle at Delphi

Alexander the Great and the Oracle at Delphi “Alexander the Great visited the Delphic Oracle wishing to hear a prophecy that he would soon conquer the entire ancient world. To his surprise the oracle refused a direct comment and asked … Continue reading

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The Stale Potato Chip Theory

We saw something tragic happen yesterday in Connecticut. It tears at our hearts and souls. It brings a dissonance to our minds as we remember similar events, and ask, “Why?” The parents will never have an adequate answer. Their lives … Continue reading

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