June 1

      The Groundhog Day Effect

      A movie that perfectly illustrates the impact of Big Brain and Little Brain is Groundhog Day. Bill Murray plays Phil, a snarky, sarcastic, completely selfish weathercaster who treats everyone around him like they are lesser people. He can’t wait to get out of his latest assignment, the Groundhog Day celebration in Punxsutawney. He thinks there is a better job just around the corner and believes this assignment is below him. From the moment he arrives he is frustrated and annoyed...

      December 14

      The Last Impression

      So much time and so many words are given to the importance of the first impression. And it is important. However, I think it is only important for a short while. In fact, after the first impression is made, there begins a series of last impressions that ultimately deserve equal or greater thought than the first impression. Let’s face it:...

      June 1

      The Groundhog Day Effect

      A movie that perfectly illustrates the impact of Big Brain and Little Brain is Groundhog Day. Bill Murray plays Phil, a snarky, sarcastic, completely selfish weathercaster who treats everyone around him like they are lesser people. He can’t wait to get out of his latest assignment, the Groundhog Day celebration in Punxsutawney. He thinks there is a better job just...

      May 7

      Book Bites Features Big Brain Little Brain Book

      Big Brain Little Brain, the book, has been featured on Book Bites. Take a read to get a little taste of the book and how it can help you communicate more effectively. Here's an excerpt from the article "Want to Succeed in Life? Then You Better Learn to Communicate Effectively" written by Berkeley Kershisnik. I’m in the people business. So...

      November 12

      The Communication Artist Inside

      Observing an artist while she was working, I was impressed by the time and patience given to her next piece, which ultimately evolved into a beautiful painting. When painting, the artist will let the first layer dry, walk away, and come back to determine whether it needs more color in one spot, perhaps lightening another area, or to see if...