One of the reasons why people are unable to stand each other’s company is the lack of so-called “chemistry.” What this “chemistry” really is, no one actually knows. And yet, this very “chemistry” is critical to any team’s ultimate performance.
Is there a way to quanitify and measure chemistry?
You might have heard something about the era of wearable computers. You might have even heard something about Google Glass and the end of mobile phones. But have you ever heard of the so-called “glassholes?” It’s interesting how much the image of a product and its success or failure might depend on early adopters/lead users.
Even though small businesses dream of attracting big accounts they are rarely experienced enough to actually lure them. That’s why it’s always a good idea to listen to advice from somebody who has managed to do it himself.
Secret societies, ancient manuscripts and mysteriuous rituals have always made for interesting fiction, Indiana Jones style. One disappointing thing about such fiction is that… it’s only fiction after all.
However, there is a book, a real book which for almost a century now has been giving linguists and cryptologists many sleepless nights. And the mystery is yet to be solved. Have you ever heard of…
The phenomenon of contagious ideas has been probed quite thoroughly and approached from many different perspectives. What makes one idea catch on? What dooms others into oblivion? There are at least several answers.
One thing that’s often disregarded, though, is the carrier of an idea. Who is the carrier and what role do they play in the entire process?