Author Archives: Jeff Price

It’s a fricken laser beam

You may have heard recently about the lasing incidents taking place at LaGuardia Airport, and if you haven’t, check this link. Or, if you don’t like checking links, here’s the short version: Several aircraft have been hit with lasers while on approach to LaGuardia and the Joint Terrorism Task Force has been put on the case.… Continue Reading

Focus on the Positive – Your Voice is now Eternal

Why is it that leaders, managers and even parents have a tendency to focus on what’s wrong rather than what’s right? Neuroscience has shown that we care more about the threat of bad things than we do about the prospect of good things (Carnegie and Cole 177). Even when we are trying to encourage others… Continue Reading

I value you, I appreciate you and I influence you

One thing we all want to know is whether we have made a difference. Some people attempt to achieve this in negative ways, while most of us go about our lives just hoping that something we’ve done matters. Although I am firmly entrenched in middle-age I have noticed that as I have gotten older my… Continue Reading

How do I win friends and influence people, digitally?

Dale Carnegie is one of the uncontested leaders of the human performance movement. Growing up, his name was frequently invoked in my house as my mom once took one of his courses. Years later, I came to discover that many of Carnegie’s principles were regurgitated and rediscovered over and over in the works of many… Continue Reading

Being of sound mind and body

As Dr. Phil says, let’s get real (or something like that). If you don’t know by now that your body is connected to your mind, you’re either incapable of reading or you’re incapable of logical thought and common sense. The field of research on the mind-body connection is exhaustive and trying to disprove that there… Continue Reading