Earlier this week I received one of the most flattering comments I have received in seven years of blogging. The comment was in response to my post, So Much for Having a Brand Name. And while it had nothing to do with the content of the post itself, it made my day. Here is the comment: … Continue reading Dang! I Should Have Known Better…
Being disinvited to the party of the year. I'm talking about the recent 60th birthday party bash that was recently held at Martha's Vineyard for former President Barack Obama. Originally, the guest list included 475 people, but then with the growing spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus, people were concerned with both the … Continue reading What’s Worse Than Not Being Invited to the Party of the Year?
After reading about this cognitive bias, I feel like I need to change all of my social media pictures from individual photos to group photos, preferably a group photo where everyone is better-looking than me, which is easily done. In fact, it would be impossible for that not to happen. The reason? The cheerleader effect. … Continue reading Cognitive Bias Friday: the Cheerleader Effect
I am sure my wife would gladly spend that much money if such a thing were possible. If you don't know what I am talking about, here is a clip from an interview George did with reporter Tracy Smith on the CBS Morning Show: https://twitter.com/CBSSunday/status/1333068534793035777 Some people are wondering if this is just another one … Continue reading For Just $140, Is It Possible I Could Look Like George Clooney?