#TrueOrFalse: Ego Depletion

Ego Depletion refers to the idea that our willpower is a finite resource that can be depleted over a period of time. Popularized by Roy Baumeister, this depletion happens when we utilize any available willpower on one task resulting in the inability to implement the same level of self-control, or good decision-making, on other upcoming, unrelated tasks. Continue reading #TrueOrFalse: Ego Depletion

#TrueOrFalse: The Three V’s of Communication

Also referred to as the “7-38-55 rule”, coaches and trainers quote the research conducted by Albert Mehrabian PhD that postulates that communications consists of 7% verbal, 38% vocal (inflection, tone, etc), and 55% visual (body language) content. It is hypothesized that when there is a disparity between something that is said, and how we say it, people generally take the vocal and visual components of our communication as the bulk of the information. Continue reading #TrueOrFalse: The Three V’s of Communication