Turns out the secret of success might not be hard work and innovation after all, you’ll be surprised to hear. Instead, you may just have to stop eating cauliflower.
This claim seems pretty outrageous to us, too – which is why our interest is piqued by a new e-book by Rohit Bhargava, author of the bestselling Likeonomics, called Always Eat Left Handed: 15 Surprisingly Simple Secrets of Success. Along with being a successful author – his first book is a #1 Global Marketing Best Seller – Bhargava is the founder of the Influential Marketing Group, a Professor of Marketing at Georgetown University, and an honoree on the 2013 ‘Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior’ list by Trust Across America. He has been interviewed by the New York Times, NPR, the Guardian (UK), and CNBC, just to name a few. In this e-book, Bhargava promises to explain the small lessons that can be found in seemingly arbitrary tips like avoiding cauliflower, playing the cello, and walking in high heels, which respectively connect to standing by your opinions, diversifying your knowledge base, and learning empathy.
Since we’re still not sure what exactly cauliflower has to do with opinions and are very curious to find out, we thought others might be as well. If that’s the case, you might be interested to know that you can receive a complimentary copy of the e-book with attendance at a webinar with the author tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. Registration is also free – you can sign up here.
And in case you’re wondering, “What about the title of the book? Why always eat left handed?” the answer is, as promised, surprisingly simple: it leaves your right hand free to shake hands at any moment, so you immediately appear more approachable and open. Who would have thought?