Enlightenment - A Herold & Lantern Investments Podcast

The Mind Completes The Picture - Pygmalion in the Classroom

January 04, 2021 Keith Lanton Season 3 Episode 1
Enlightenment - A Herold & Lantern Investments Podcast
The Mind Completes The Picture - Pygmalion in the Classroom
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Enlightenment - A Herold & Lantern Investments Podcast
The Mind Completes The Picture - Pygmalion in the Classroom
Jan 04, 2021 Season 3 Episode 1
Keith Lanton

January 4, 2021, Season 3 Episode 1

"Enlightenment" - A Herold & Lantern Investments  Podcast featuring Mr. Keith Lanton, President.

In this episode, Keith continues on his theme of positive thinking and the power of our mindset.  He references The Pygmalion effect which is a psychological phenomenon wherein high expectations lead to improved performance. Psychologists Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson, in their book,  Pygmalion in the Classroom, applied the idea to teachers' expectations of their students affecting the students' performance.

Keith then discusses the outlook for inflation, and stocks making news. Brad Harris joins Keith for some insights into the municipal bond market
 
We hope you enjoy the show and share it with colleagues and friends.

Press interviews or market commentaries, please contact Keith at 631-454-2000

Show Notes

January 4, 2021, Season 3 Episode 1

"Enlightenment" - A Herold & Lantern Investments  Podcast featuring Mr. Keith Lanton, President.

In this episode, Keith continues on his theme of positive thinking and the power of our mindset.  He references The Pygmalion effect which is a psychological phenomenon wherein high expectations lead to improved performance. Psychologists Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson, in their book,  Pygmalion in the Classroom, applied the idea to teachers' expectations of their students affecting the students' performance.

Keith then discusses the outlook for inflation, and stocks making news. Brad Harris joins Keith for some insights into the municipal bond market
 
We hope you enjoy the show and share it with colleagues and friends.

Press interviews or market commentaries, please contact Keith at 631-454-2000