It Hurts to Say Goodbye 5

I can count all of my closest friends for the past 60 plus years on the fingers of one hand and probably half of them wouldn’t consider me in their top five.

Most People Who Read This Will Be Too Late! 1

Most people will keep analyzing, appraising, brooding, cogitating, conceiving, considering, deducing, deliberating, estimating, evaluating, examining, figuring out, imagining, intellectualizing, judging, meditating, mulling, pondering, rationalizing, reasoning, reflecting, ruminating, studying, weighing, worrying.

YOU on the other hand can be MILES ahead.

Proof Positive: It’s Good to be Statistically Optimistic! 18

In Poker, your odds of getting a Royal Flush are 649,739  to 1. Sounds like a long shot, but there are 525 948.766 minutes in a year so statistically if you are dealt cards at a rate of one per minute you would get your royal flush within less than […]

What Have You Got In Your Pockets? 6

There is the story of a preacher who got up one Sunday and announced to his congregation: “I have good news and bad news. The good news is, we have enough money to pay for our new building program. The bad news is, it’s still out there in your pockets.”

Here’s a Simple Headline That Gets You To Click … 7

The Zeigarnik effect is the fact that people remember uncompleted or interrupted tasks better than completed tasks. Soviet psychologist Bluma Zeigarnik first studied the phenomenon after her professor, Gestalt psychologist Kurt Lewin, noticed that a waiter had better recollections of still unpaid orders. The reason waiters remember unpaid orders better […]