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  • Josh shared from Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho by Stephen Rebello
    Hitchcock—to keep the surprises of Psycho as surprises—reportedly ordered Peggy Robertson to buy up as many copies of the novel as possible from the publisher and from bookstores.
    Note: Who doesn't love Hitchcock trivia?!
  • Josh shared from Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard by Chip Heath, Dan Heath
    In a famous article, Stanford psychologist Lee Ross surveyed dozens of studies in psychology and noted that people have a systematic tendency to ignore the situational forces that shape other people’s behavior. He called this deep-rooted tendency the “Fundamental Attribution Error.” The error lies in our inclination to attribute people’s behavior to the way they are rather than to the situation they are in.
    Note: Where's the love?
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