Too many people are deterred from exercise because of the mistaken belief that simply walking confers little benefit. New research debunks that myth.
The Solin Process ℠ is not an abstract theory. It was initially greeted with skepticism by advisors, because it’s so counterintuitive.
Accuracy isn’t important to investors. Investors want to believe that there’s someone out there who can protect them. But there isn’t. Surprising, isn’t it?
What could be easier than asking questions and showing a genuine interest in others? That was my thinking when I formulated The Solin Process℠, based on hundreds of psychological and neuroscience studies.
Almost everyone wants to be liked, but few understand how to achieve a higher degree of “likeability.”
Comedian Georg Carlin famously observed, “Anyone driving slower than you is an idiot and anyone going faster than you is a maniac.” This sage comment illustrates a concept known as “naïve realism.”