Medina makes a compelling case for this central point: We learn and remember best through pictures, not through written or spoken words.
Advisor Perspectives Article Archive
Article archive for Dan Solin's weekly Advisor Perspectives articles. All of these articles are also available on AdvisorPerspectives.com
But the biggest epiphany for me occurred when I found the data indicating the real secret to happiness.
Coping with regret – and distinguishing the good from bad – is helpful for everyone, including advisors.
Here’s what I tell advisors: I don’t want you to be the most interesting person in the room. I want you to be the most interested.
There’s a hidden rationale behind the requirement that employees and clients submit to mandatory arbitration. It favors “repeat players.”
There’s an easy way to “fully engage” someone and occupy all the capacity of their brain: Get them to speak.