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    "I have fear"

    There’s a common mistranslation that causes us trouble. We say, “I am afraid,” as if the fear is us, forever.

    Waves are free

    When someone lets you into the flow of traffic, or holds a door, or takes a second to acknowledge you, it’s possible to smile and offer a wave in response. This, of course, costs you nothing. It creates a feeling of connection, which is valuable.

    An audience of one

    More than ever, people, lots of people, hordes of anonymous people, can watch what you do. They can see your photos, like your posts, friend your digital avatar. An essentially infinite collection of strangers are in the audience, scoring you, ranking you, deciding whether or not you’re succeeding.

    Seeing and believing

    It turns out that the more you watch TV, the more you believe that the world is dangerous. It turns out TV watchers believe that an astonishing 5% (!) of the population works in law enforcement. And it turns out that the more you watch TV the less optimistic you become. Cultivation theory  helps us understand the enormous power that TV immersion has. Given the overwhelming power of interaction, I’m confident that we’ll discover that internet exposure, particularly to linkbait headlines, comments and invective, will also change what people believe about the world around them

    Appearing to care

    We know that your customers will put up with imperfect, but one thing that they’d like in return is for you to care. Marketers keep making big promises, and organizations struggle to keep those promises. Sooner or later, it leads to a situation where the broken promise arrives on the customer’s lap.

    Bought

    How much does it cost you in tolls to drive across town? In most cities, the answer is nothing. How much does it cost you to take a bus or subway across town? In most cities, if it’s available at all, quite a bit

    On beating yourself up

    Almost everyone does it. I’m not sure why. After the fact (or even during it) all the blame, second-guessing and paralysis. We say things to ourselves that we’d never permit anyone else to say. Why?

    The money maximization distraction

    The Rolling Stones have grossed more than a billion dollars in ticket sales and endorsements. Does that mean that they’re better than Beethoven, John Adams and Zoe Keating, put together?

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