Starting habits that stick is hard for most people. But it doesn’t have to be. When people want to start a new habit, they get obsessed with doing it everyday. And then, on day five, their willpower dwindles. They eat ice cream again. They don’t go to the gym. They make an excuse. Of course, … [Read more...] about The Psychology of Starting Habits That Stick by Ian Silverness
Whether they know it or not, everyone in any social interaction is using invisible scripts. It doesn’t matter if you’re with your friends or you just met someone, how you think about the interaction changes it. The thing is, people are sabotaging themselves all the time. Some don’t think they’re … [Read more...] about 3 Invisible Scripts That Limit Social Confidence And How To Beat Them by Ian Silverness
I came across this book at the Oakland airport--waiting for a flight to New York--on my way to Europe for the first time. I needed something to read in order to pass the time, and this title, "The Power of Kindness" by the famed philosopher Piero Ferrucci caught my eye. I was at a transitional … [Read more...] about The Power of Kindness by Piero Ferrucci
Nonverbal Communication was one of my favorite courses at San Diego State University. I list my professor's book, "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Body Language" by Dr. Andersen as a resource in our references section because I believe nonverbal communication is as important, if not more than, verbal … [Read more...] about 3 Actionable Tips to Improve Nonverbal Communication
Welcome to our blog! Ian and I are extremely excited that you have ventured through the jungle (the internet), and arrived safely at our site. We will be serving a smorgasbord of interesting posts, including articles and videos (some written/filmed by Ian and myself), catered to a community … [Read more...] about First Post.