I was thinking about a scene from the TV show Billions in which Wendy Rhodes, the inhouse psychologist at Axe Capital, in a session with an employee, lays out three reasons why people choose to have a relationship – because they see something of themselves in the other person, see something they lack that the other person has or thirdly, the other person has something they want to use. 

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on 22 May 2017 12:08 AM

This is a bulleted article written for engineers and scientists, not for the prosaic at heart.  While 25% of the most successful companies have engineers and scientists at the helm and most stories from Silicon Valley tout the accomplishments of engineers-turned-entrepreneurs, more of them fai

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on 19 May 2017 10:48 AM

If your (erstwhile) success seems limited these days or you feel that success is hard to come by, read on...

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on 20 Apr 2017 11:29 AM

Here is the self-view, beliefs, status and outlook of a real billionaire who took our 'Are you wired for business success?' quiz.  How do you compare?

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on 05 Apr 2017 1:02 PM

What do millionaire business people believe that may be different from yours ?  Find out from the results of our survey.

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on 31 Mar 2017 12:07 PM

Everybody writes so their writings can be read.  But, with millions of blog posts on the web, most posts get ‘lost’.  How can you make your blogpost go viral and drive a chockful of traffic to your site.  I pondered this question.  Here’s what I have learnt.  As I learn more, I will keep updating this post, so keep checking back. 

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on 14 Mar 2017 1:38 PM

There is an old saying that everybody rises to their highest level of competence.  What will you do if you have risen to a position higher than your competence?  While you may know how to do things done by people junior to you, you are still learning how to do things at your level and higher.    When you are the CEO of a company, you have reached the pinnacle with your title.  But, there are ma

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on 14 Mar 2017 11:25 AM

Everybody wants to be successful, right?  Would you think fearing success is bizarre? There are quite a few people who are successphobic (my word), either because they fear success or have an inability to cross the finish line.  The person who fears success has an internal conflict - one part of him wants success and the other fears success. Most successphobics choose the latter.

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on 01 Mar 2017 11:10 PM

Habits are stored by the brain in the Basal Ganglia, a golf-ball-size mass of tissue smack in the center of the brain. Habits save the brain work. When a habit is formed and stored in this region, the rest of the brain stops fully participating in any decision making with respect to that habit. There is very little processing power involved with respect to habits.

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on 28 Feb 2017 1:49 PM

You have the eliminate all forms of 'Business Reluctance'

Many people seek business success but few achieve it. Almost everybody wants more money but few achieve the income or wealth they desire. Whether you are seeking business success or greater business success,

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on 25 Feb 2017 11:21 PM