If you sell stuff, make stuff, create stuff, consult stuff or think about stuff, you get stuck once in a while. I’ve been working on a couple of projects this week and I've been stuck. I was trying to apply some assumptions mixed with generalizations and clearly it wasn’t getting me anywhere. Clearly it's not a wise strategy at the best of times.
And then I remembered Howard Moskowitz.
Howard is a person who studies human behavior. He has grasped the fact that we want to be happy but often we don't know how to achieve it.
Author and thought leader Malcolm Gladwell explains. [video]
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