Your heart races. You’re blissfully distracted. Every sense heightened; you count the moments until you and your crush are together again. Whether this lovesickness happened in high school or yesterday, we’ve all been there. It’s delicious.
It turns out there’s science behind being head over heels.
And it applies to your personal life as well as your personal brand.
It seems our brains automatically mirror the actions of another person and vice versa. Happiness is contagious. A smile is an invitation to smile back. The way she laughs at your jokes makes you laugh even harder. …
Getting ready for my TODAY Show interview, about Super Bowl ads. My prediction: Tonight during the big game, the competition on the TV screen will be fiercer than on the field.
What makes a Super Bowl ad fascinating enough to make fans cheer, and cash registers ring?
Here’s a hint: Different is better than better.
For most of a decade, the TODAY Show has invited me to do a Monday-morning breakdown on the ads. Every year, brands only get a split-second to hook our attention — pronto! …
We grew up with a lot of myths.
You can’t go swimming for at least thirty minutes after lunch.
It takes seven years for your body to digest a piece of gum.
Walt Disney’s body is cryogenically frozen.
We only use ten percent of our brain.
Hard work is the only way to get better.
Better than everyone else.
We heard if you work your fingers to the bone (gross), you’ll be better than your classmates.
If we could either plug or hammer away (your choice), we’d be better than anybody else going after that dream job.