Bob Hutchins August 24, 2021 Bias has a well-documented effect on reasoning. Bias can affect the processing of information and lead to beliefs that are incongruent with evidence and rational consideration. Bias is therefore expected to influence an individual’s susceptibility to misinformation online. For instance, if you absolutely (the bias) believe the earth is flat … Continue reading Does Personal Bias Make People Vulnerable to Misinformation on Social Media Platforms?
Desiree Johnson July 19, 2021 With so many brands vying for people’s attention, it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd. Adding a personalized URL to your website is one of the easiest ways to achieve this. Personalized URLs improve your branding, SEO and provide an easy way for visitors to access your … Continue reading Personal URLs: Why You Need One
Achim Nowak June 17, 2021 You know the boss who tells you Go ahead, we want you take risks here. It’s Ok to make mistakes. And you think to yourself right away, yeah, Gina doesn’t mean that. Gina may not mean it. She is also totally on track. Andrew Huberman. Ph.D., is a celebrated neuroscientist … Continue reading Make More Mistakes. It’s Good For You!
Ryan Estis January 28, 2021 I have accepted and surrendered to the understanding that the world isn’t going back to the way it was before. Neither am I. Instead, I am asking myself: Who do I want to be in this “next normal”? That was the journaling prompt I used to move my focus back … Continue reading Who Are You Becoming?
Sammy Courtright January 8, 2021 One of the most unfortunate challenges that some individuals have been facing as a result of the pandemic is it’s taken a toll on their mental health. As a result, employee mental health is now a front-and-center issue for most organizations to address. One of my company’s goals is to … Continue reading 3 Small Ways to Make Mental Health a Big Workplace Priority
Dave Brock January 6, 2021 As we come to the end of 2020, I want to reflect a moment. Yes, I know we are all supposed to write about New Year’s Resolutions—99% of which will be abandoned before the end of January. But given this year, I want to focus on something else. When I … Continue reading Making a Difference, Pursuing Your Passions
Evelyn Timson September 30, 2020 I was asked recently, along with some other professional women, to speak on the topic of confidence at a Kerning the Gap event, which is a topic of great interest to me as an owner and managing director of a Bristol-based strategic video agency. In recent times I have to … Continue reading A Note About Confidence
Colby Jones June 22, 2020 In an age where audiences face information fatigue and consumers are more skeptical than ever of companies and individuals who self-promote, the traditional advertising strategies just don’t get the job done anymore. Instead, consumers are moved by thought leadership, where business leaders provide genuine value to consumers without even the … Continue reading Be Seen, Be Heard: How to Stand Out From the Crowd in Today’s Noisy Marketplace
Choncé Maddox — February 14, 2020 Investing in your business is important if you want it to grow. While being profitable should be one of your main priorities, most business owners experience more long-term steady success after they’ve put more money back into their businesses. That being said, it’s common to overlook the fact that … Continue reading How to Invest In Yourself as a Business Owner
Peter Daisyme — January 16, 2020 Learning about what gives us fulfillment and energy is one of the most difficult and rewarding parts of life. Being able to decipher what is the most important in the noise and outside pressures around us — can be draining. That said, the more that you understand and love … Continue reading 5 Ways to Start Becoming More Self-Aware