In 30 odd minutes, Seinfeld packed more than 20 different scenes. Up to four different stories, which hilariously tied up with each other in the end, were thrown in the air, only to be skillfully caught by the master juggler Larry David (Co-producer and Director).
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Seinfeld was more innovative than we got to know at the time we watched it. A popular show in syndicate and on Netflix, its genius production, direction and comedy geometry is marveled at even now, as more people are getting to understand it.
The Show About Nothing had no moral lessons. In fact, the characters routinely made bad choices, said the wrong things, and committed a faux pas almost in every episode.
They had a rule for this: No Hugging, No Learning.
Turning from negative behaviour at work may mean that people will not automatically see you as changed. Instead, they may continue to interpret your behaviour through a certain box they've put you in. As a result, they may be cautious about offering higher-profile projects or leadership opportunities, as the stakes may feel too high.
Speak candidly to your manager about your changed behaviour and see if you can get more opportunities, but moving on might be the only way to really start over.
Research shows that lucky charms have real, positive effects. But unlucky things have their own kind of power.
The story behind a physical item we own matters. From living spaces to engagement rings to clothing, we tend to take hold of the stories behind the item as if we will follow a similar outcome.
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