qIf I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.q --Henry Ford As one part of your brain processes these words, another part of your brain is urging you to put the book down and focus on something more pressing. Get back to work on the budget due tomorrow. Answer e-mails growing stale in your inbox. Get off your rear and update that rAcsumAc. We're all guilty of it, especially in the business world. From Fortune 500 CEOs to assistants, we work to solve the most urgent problems first. That's because evolution has hardwired our brains to focus only on the immediate future, a survival technique that worked extremely well when predators were lurking at every turn. But that was then, this is now. In the modern world, where life expectancies are long and physical perils rare (at least for people who buy books), it's not only possible to build a strong tomorrow without sacrificing today, but to actually increase the number of here-and-now victories by pursuing distant wins. That's where Long Fuse, Big Bang comes in--to help you work with that instinct to create and foster ideas that will lead to explosive professional results. Through proven case studies and personal experience, Dr. Eric Haseltine shows you how to neutralize the quick-fix way of thinking and actually use that desire to improve your chances of an enduring success. Rather than fight our most basic thought processes, this book will teach you how to work with your brain to light the long fuse, keep it smoldering, and ignite that qBig Bangq that will make history.engagedin acorrecta behaviors, I made a loud noise or sudden movement that was aversive to the rabbits, the animals took much longer to learn the tasks Ia#39;d set out for them, or never learned them at all. THE BOX Tocorrect this problem, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Long Fuse, Big Bang|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2010-07-20|