Dr. Jack Singer: “Aaron Hernandez Was Duped” by Jon Hansen

In this week’s segment of Psychologically Speaking Dr. Jack Singer, while obviously not condoning the former NFL star’s alleged involvement in at least one murder, talks about why the Patriots (including owner Kraft) were the ones who actually duped Aaron Hernandez. Click on the image below to access tomorrow’s broadcast and after listening feel free … Continue reading

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Kickstarting the music industry: How Chuck Negron is making fans part of the process by Jon Hansen

Crowd Funding . . . social networking . . . Kickstarter are not necessarily part of the lexicon of most music fans who, with a wistful smile, recall the great times associated with listening to Chuck Negron and his Three Dog Night mates taking turns singing lead on such memorable hits as Joy To the … Continue reading

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Next week’s line-up of shows features interviews with execs from IBM and Xchanging by Jon Hansen

While the world of procurement is never boring, some week’s have an added pop to them in that you get an opportunity to cover two of the hottest stories that are trending at a particular moment in time. On Tuesday, May 14th at 12:00 Noon EST, I will be airing my interview with Alisa Maclin, … Continue reading

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Piers Morgan and Ted Nugent: Two Sides of the Same Coin

One of the most troubling aspects of the gun debate in America is the amount of misinformation and half-truths being offered by people on both sides of this contentious issue. Two of the greatest offenders in this regard are CNN’s Piers Morgan and Ted Nugent. With Morgan he bandies about study results pointing to declining … Continue reading

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Is success with on-line games or competitions based on skill or just luck?

For the first time ever I decided to enter the world on on-line games by participating in the NFL’s Fantasy Playoff Pool. I did not read the rules, nor examine the data or even for that matter take anytime to really analyze my player selections.  I basically went with my gut and fancy. Here are … Continue reading

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Who really owns your Twitter followers?

If you haven’t heard of the case of the writer who was sued by his former employer over the ownership of the company’s Twitter account followers, then you are in for an eye opening read. If you have been following the case between Noah Kravitz and PhoneDog, read on anyway because this might provide a … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving . . . For What Are You Thankful This Year?

While there are countless reasons for us to give thanks any time of the year, it seems that Thanksgiving provides us with that needed pause from our daily rigors to reflect on those things for which we feel truly blessed. So what are you most thankful for this 2012 Thanksgiving? As you ponder all the … Continue reading

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Is McDonald’s poisoning us?

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to interview Nancy Deville, author of the critically acclaimed book Death By Supermarket.  By the way, here is the link to the on-demand broadcast for your listening convenience; Food Poisoning: Is the FDA killing us one bite at a time? It was an interesting discussion to say the … Continue reading

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Women in Business Series: Persuasion, Influence and Authenticity – Are Women More Genuine Than Men?

Editor’s Note: The following is a reprint of a post from Roz Usheroff’s The Remarkable Leader blog.  Given your response to my post Gender issues in buyer-seller relationships: does gender matter in purchasing?, I thought that you might find this to be an interesting read. In his book titled “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion” Dr. Robert … Continue reading

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