To-Do or Not-to-DO: The Dilemma of Productivity Paid Members Public
“It’s hip to focus on getting things done, but it’s only possible once we remove the constant static and distraction. If you have trouble deciding what to do, just focus on not doing.” (Tim Ferris)
Why Altruism is Selfish: Psychology Explains the Paradox Paid Members Public
Understanding the “benefit of giving” would improve social outcomes. Hence, thinking about the social effect of our choices is relevant when selfishness is aimed at maximizing the received value with the effect of positively impacting the people around us.
Living in Microgravity: The Life of Astronauts (part 2) Paid Members Public
Gravity is such an incredible phenomenon. It is so strong to hold the entire universe and simultaneously so weak that even humans can overcome it daily.
Living in Microgravity: The Life of Astronauts (part 1) Paid Members Public
Besides electromagnetic force, strong force, and the weak force, gravity is one of the four fundamental forces, although also the weakest.
Nonverbal Communication to Level Up Your Business Paid Members Public
While spoken words are an explicit, direct, and pragmatic form of communication (i.e., used to communicate external facts), nonverbal communication acts on a higher level to augment and maintain interpersonal relationships (i.e., used to communicate emotions, and it reflects personalities).
30 Seconds to “Sell” Your Skills: The Elevator Pitch Paid Members Public
The Elevator Pitch is the effective and compact answer to the common question “so, what do you do?.” Indeed, is a short, persuasive speech you use to introduce yourself, your product, or your company.