One Small Thing That Makes You More Trustworthy, Attractive, and Intelligent

A recent study by French scientists shows there’s one simple thing we can do to increase our apparent trustworthiness. And, as a bonus, we’ll seem more attractive and intelligent, too.

By |June 4th, 2015|

Do You Tweet Motivational Quotes?

Here's my take on the incessant tweeting of motivational quotes intended to inspire followers.

By |May 30th, 2015|

The Persuasion Slide Book, Coming Soon!

Coming this summer! My new book, The Persuasion Slide, is a short, well-illustrated explanation of my framework for creating persuasive appeals that work.

By |May 28th, 2015|

Nielsen Acquires Innerscope Research

Ratings and research behemoth Nielsen is doubling down on neuromarketing by completing the purchase of Innerscope Research.

By |May 27th, 2015|

Repeat, Repeat, Repeat… and Sell More

Do you know what The Beatles' best-selling single was? And, do you know the scientific reason that helped propel it to the top?

By |May 27th, 2015|

Dan Ariely’s Irrationally Yours: Predictably Amusing

Got problems? Author and behavior researcher Dan Ariely has answers. And, they are funny! His new book, Irrationally Yours, combines practical advice, behavior science, and humor.

By |May 21st, 2015|

How You Can Become A Thought Leader in 30 Days

Want to be Seth Godin in a month? It's not going to happen. But, you can become a recognized expert in a surprisingly short time by using this approach from author Dorie Clark.

By |May 20th, 2015|

An Unexpected Way to Look Smarter

Want to look smarter? You might think performing this simple action will make you look dumb, but the opposite is true according to a Harvard Business School study.

By |May 13th, 2015|

Free To-Do List Apps and Expert Habit Hacks

My favorite free to-do app, reviews of other apps, advice from habit experts, and a few brain-based to-do productivity boosters.

By |May 5th, 2015|

Microsoft Glasses Read Your Emotions

Software giant Microsoft has been granted a patent for glasses that, the patent claims, can measure human emotions. Of particular interest is that the glasses are intended to work in both directions: they measure both the emotional state of the wearer as well as those of people the wearer can see. […]

By |April 30th, 2015|