I’ve experienced the self-limiting power of the negative messages we send to ourselves. And I have also experienced the self-affirming power of flipping those messages around.
I already know that I’m unduly influenced by Facebook’s filtering systems, I just don’t know how much. How many people am I really interacting with? Facebook knows. Who are these people? Who have I never interacted with? Facebook knows. I want them to tell me.
I’m sure there are many things my children will learn from their track and field experience, but here are the three that kept running through my brain over the weekend.
I spent 18 hours at an invitational track meet this weekend. Most of my children’s races lasted less than 70 seconds. That gives a guy a lot of time to think.
Today, I’m renewing my commitment to live the values of respect and diversity. If you share these values, I invite you to join me.
Social proof is a powerful influencer. I’ve read a good deal of the writings of Robert Cialdini. He is well known for his studies on influence and the factors associated with it. He has put forth that there are six key principles of influence. They are; reciprocity, commitment, social proof, liking, authority and scarcity. One […]