communication

Behavior = Communication

Several years ago, I took a class on how to write movie scripts. The world-renown instructor’s students included many famous Hollywood actors (who wanted to learn to write or recognize great scripts), 50 Oscar winners, and 250 Emmy winners. One of the big takeaways from the class was how to create drama. And the easiest [...]

Pre-Existing Knowledge

When you’re trying to explain a complex idea to someone, it’s extremely helpful to explain your new idea using terms, concepts, or ideas that the other person already understands. For example, if you’re talking to a seasoned finance professional, you can use terms like “EBITDA” and “valuation multiples” and they’ll understand them. However, if you’re [...]

What You Said vs. What You Meant

In my four years at Stanford, I took approximately 45 classes to obtain two degrees. When I look back at which classes were most useful to me, there were five. 1) Introduction to Economics 2) Social Psychology 3) Statistics 4) Public Speaking 5) Peer Counseling I’ve used what I learned in these five classes nearly [...]

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