Recap: The 31 Day Writing and Running Challenge and the Power of Habit

First, thank you to Matt Frazier and Christine Frazier for the idea and execution behind this 31-day challenge. It has been a highly rewarding experience in so many ways. While I have always been an avid exerciser, starting and maintaining a blog is something I have often thought about, but never did anything about. But … Continue reading Recap: The 31 Day Writing and Running Challenge and the Power of Habit

The Sunk Cost Fallacy

You're a college student and a die-hard Bruce Springsteen fan. You bought a ticket for $150 two months ago to see him in an upcoming concert. The day of the show has finally arrived, but you have a big Accounting test the next day. If you go to the show, you will miss some valuable … Continue reading The Sunk Cost Fallacy

The Power of Community

Seth Godin talks about Tribes; Facebook and LinkedIn have Groups; Scott Heiferman co-founded Meetup.com; Nirav Tolia co-founded  Nextdoor.com;  historians talk about neighborhoods in China dating back to the 6th century. What they all have in common is that they are communities; groups of people joining together to share common interests, to provide support to others in … Continue reading The Power of Community