All posts by Curt Steinhorst
(Editorial) TED Talks are amazing. Wonderful. Inspiring. But you should reconsider how much time you spend on them and how you let them impact your life.
(Business News) Bad customer service can do more than upset you, it can totally destroy your day or week as you deal with it.
(Business News) Being a speaker on any topic can be tough in an age where all information is free - but is it really? Perhaps now with information overload, the timing is perfect.
(Business News) Distraction levels are at an all-time high as our culture becomes increasingly obsessed with multi-tasking, but it's counter-productive. Here's how to focus once and for all.
(Business Marketing) Gift giving is an age-old marketing tactic that most consumers see through, so how do you capture attention and earn referrals in the modern era?
(Social Media News) People are mean online, but it isn't just trolls, it's everyone, because our brains are hardwired to be that way. Is there hope for society?
We're never supposed to talk about religion at work, but privately reflecting can be a tremendous asset to your professional life and success - let's examine the business case for this argument.
Being a people pleaser can lead some to take on too much, to always say yes, and then, despite good intentions, they disappoint. Let's discuss how to balance that trait with others.
Don't you want more people to read your emails, listen to your speech, or retweet you? There's a proven method to make this happen.
A recent tweet from the Lexus marketing department sent some tweeps into an fury. There is value in being offensive AND in being offended - let us examine both.
The term "disruption" remains popular in business schools and startups nationwide, but has there really been a shift, or is the risk/reward system different for big businesses compared to small?
Life has become one constant distraction after another, threatening productivity of every one of us, but these non-traditional methods help rewire your brain.