Leveraging Social Proof to Improve Event Production

The Social Proof Theory, popularized by psychologist Robert Cialdini, maintains that a person who does not know what the proper behavior for a certain situation is, will look to other people to imitate what they are doing and to provide guidance for his actions. In other words, social proof is one way for us to … Continue reading Leveraging Social Proof to Improve Event Production

So you want to be organized? Do this!

This isn't just another list. This is a discussion about your need to essentially trick your mind into accepting the changes you want to make and being motivated. Our May "Let's Talk"* from Vive┬áSmart 2016 touched on change and motivation a lot, so be sure to request your access to it. But for now, we … Continue reading So you want to be organized? Do this!