#AnIdeaADay #RichardWiseman No one can undo the past, all we can do is ease the pain.
Dr. Richard Wiseman in his book shares that if we want to get ideas from the shy guy we have to keep the other guy busy in some other activities.
#AnIdeaADay #RichardWiseman #subconscious
The first guy, shy but extraordinarily creative. The second guy, less creative but very vocal in nature.
#AnIdeaADay #RichardWiseman #DrHouse Dr. House is seen lying down on the floor while thinking and that too in his office
#AnIdeaADay #RichardWiseman #GroupBrainstorming
group brainstorming is a myth
Remember the subconscious? The part of our brain which we have trouble accessing. It’s unbelievable, it has the key to every solution and we all have it.
#AnIdeaADay #Citronella #lemongrass
In my neighborhood there’s a new mosquito repellent(well it’s new for me since many people are using it for a long time), it’s effective, it’s cheap, it’s non-toxic, and people love it, more importantly, it’s way-way more effective than the best mosquito repellant we generally use
#AnIdeaADay #KittyGenovese #RichardWiseman
While there was no question that the attack occurred and that some neighbors ignored cries for help, the portrayal of 38 witnesses as fully aware and unresponsive was erroneous. The article grossly exaggerated the number of witnesses and what they had perceived. None saw the attack in its entirety. Only a few had glimpsed parts of it or recognized the cries for help. Many thought they had heard lovers or drunks quarreling. There were two attacks, not three. And afterward, two people did call the police. A 70-year-old woman ventured out and cradled the dying victim in her arms until they arrived. Ms. Genovese died on the way to a hospital.
The New York Times