Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson uses psychology in his NBA locker rooms. Ever the behavioralist, Jackson fined his players tiny amounts – $10 and $20 – for being late to games by a few minutes. Jackson has found that players are more grudging about having to pull cash out of their own pocket on the spot, than having a larger fine deducted from a paycheck, as is the usual practice.
Lmfao, yes, agreed. Also, the chalkboard paint thing? Ever since (500) Days of Summer I’ve always wanted a chalkboard wall in my room. I feel like I’d be 65% more productive with it.
dude.. i’m so pissed.. i NEVER get the little notifications that you guys either like or reblog my shit.. and then i go to your pages and i see them here days later.. =/ so i’m not ignoring you, i just never saw these
“We don’t like their sound. Groups of guitars are on their way out.”—Decca Records, in turning down a recording contract with the Beatles in 1962. I found this in my psychology book and thought it was funny. (via fuckyeahthebeatles)
narrowing my library of about 4,900 unique songs to just one favorite is no easy task, so here’s a list of my obvious top 10 tracks, each of which has the potential to be my standalone favorite of all time. i just can’t decide..
[in alphabetical order by song title]
Bad - U2 The Unforgettable Fire
Calling All Angels - Train My Private Nation
Cast No Shadow - Oasis (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?
Electrical Storm (William Orbit Mix) - U2 The Best Of 1990-2000
Fix You - Coldplay X&Y
In a Daydream - The Freddy Jones Band Waiting for the Night
My Sacrifice - Creed Weathered
My Way - Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water
Where Are You Going - Dave Matthews Band Busted Stuff
Where the Streets Have No Name - U2 The Joshua Tree