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It’s all Greek to me!
Pygmalion, Galatea, and the Golem Effects all have a profound impact on our day-to-day lives, but most of us probably don’t even realize it! Today that all changes. I’m sharing a little bit about what I know about these effects, and then I’ll briefly touch on our superpower: Willpower.
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For today’s show, I’m highlighting a few author’s books, so be sure to check them out!
Mike Robinson recently released Waking Gods. Mike was a guest on BPW a year or so ago to talk about his other books, both of which have redesigned covers. They are Green-Eyed Monster and Negative Space. Mike’s new book could use a little review love. His others have been well-received.
O.N. Stefan released “a dark, edgy thriller,” called Sleep Then My Princess. 3.5 stars
Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli has a scifi series for your reading pleasure titled, The Red Desert and a crime thriller set in London called, The Mentor. The Mentor has received 936 reviews and has an average of 4 stars.
Will Patching newly released audio edition of Remorseless: A British Crime Thriller is available now. You also can get the ebook free on Amazon (which I did yesterday!) Will’s book has a 4.5 star rating.
James Jacobs’ historical thriller set in Mexico during the year of the 1968 Olympics is titled, Days of the Dead. His book could use some love! Read and post your reviews on Amazon and Goodreads.
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A definition or two …
Pygmalion Effect: The high expectations a person of influence has of us results in higher expectations of ourselves, and thus better performance outcomes.
Golem Effect: (The opposite of the Pygmalion Effect.) The low expectations a person of influence has of us results in lower expectations of ourselves, and thus poor performance outcomes.
Galatea Effect: Our own high or low expectations of ourselves without regard to outside influences.
Thoughts are like arrows: once released, they strike their mark. Guard them well or one day you may be your own target.
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