Whether you consider yourself a saint of honesty or you don’t mind bending the truth, we are all in the same boat: We lie to ourselves.  In fact, we lie with an alarming frequency and with great efficacy.  Research done on patients with damage to their occipital lobe shows just how good we are at […]

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The Spotlight Effect shows us one of the greatest limitations of our own psychology.  Imagine being in an office building with the power out. It’s pitch black – so dark you can’t see your hand in front of your face. You fumble around and find a flashlight that you turn on and start looking around. […]

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Using Blindspot Discovery for Real Behavioral Change. Why can you say, and genuinely mean, “I don’t want to eat that cake,” but end up eating it anyway?  If there is only one person making decisions, what the heck are we doing? Choosing what you want to do should be easy… shouldn’t it?  The difference between […]

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The human mind was created in a time and place that looks nothing like the modern world. While we’d like to think of ourselves and our employees and machines capable of taking input and outputting work, this is an outdated and ineffective mental model. The human mind is complex and unlocking peak human performance requires […]

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