I’m reading Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion (Robert Cialdini). Recently, I read a chapter about social proof. It got me thinking whether index investing investors are victims (and possibly unbeknownst perpetrators) of a social proof scheme. Are we being played? This is my wild theory. Don’t take it too seriously.
What verb can represent both reading a book and listening to an audiobook?
You probably had this book recommended to you a hundred times. This is going to be a 101st.
This amazing book includes lessons about personal branding, cold calling techniques, organizing parties & events, offers inventive networking tricks for conferences, and explains the benefits of staying in touch with friends, colleagues and acquaintances.
http://audiotag.info Recognize song from unknown mp3 file. Also checkout https://audiowatermarking.info/ – it’s possible to hide data within the music file. https://www.financialsamurai.com/be-rich-not-famous/ “…natural tendency to want to tell everybody about your success. Look at me. I am so great! The more you share, the more addicted you become to the attention…”