Counter-intuitive Strategies Can Yield High Margins While Being Attentive To Customers’ Needs

A counter-intuitive strategy results in enhanced sales and high margins, often because people are willing to pay a premium for normal, regular goods and services? In his book Predictably Irrational, professor and author Dan Ariely provides experiments to show people’s irrational behavior as they spend. Ariely says most people don’t know what they want unless […]

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Ocasio-Cortez Newfound Hope of the Democratic Party Might Be A Handicap

Ocasio-Cortez seems to be the newfound hope of the Democratic Party—a party desperately clutching to anything that might appeal to a naive electorate. If it continues its wayward path, it will guarantee Trump’s reelection, if he isn’t removed from office before by one of the many potentially damaging issues surrounding him. Interestingly, rising star Ocasio-Cortez […]

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Moving From Time Management to Self-management is Crucial to Become More Productive

Moving from time management to self-management is crucial to become more productive. Particularly since time is our most precious resource. It’s fixed, doesn’t discriminate—available equally to all—isn’t influenced by anyone, yet most people complain about it. Either they “don’t have enough,” so they “run out,” or they are “too busy” to do what they need […]

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Wisdom is Lacking In Public Debates: Applying Wisdom Needs Recognition of Facts and Experiences

Wisdom is lacking today. The Ninth Edition of the Concise Oxford Dictionary defines wisdom as “experience and knowledge together with the power of applying them critically or practically.” Yet people neglect facts, experiences, and common sense in public debates. Many vital issues need wisdom to develop realistic solutions. Chaos in Donald Trump’s White House is […]

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