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Each of us in everyday life constantly makes decisions. Almost always, the basis of decisions is copying one’s own or third-party experience. Sometimes the basis of such decisions is their own subjective judgment, interpretation of input data, information. What is useful for the average person and specialist to know when making decisions independently in the professional sphere and in life? What pitfalls inevitably fail our judgment?
She remembered the words of the dying Colonel Zafar:
“A trap of consciousness … fear secret desires,”
they heard a warning.
Frederick Paul, Jack Williamson, Space Reefs
The decision-making process can be divided into the following stages: Continue reading
Try to imagine what a wide range of opportunities in the field of personal and professional relationships will open before you when you learn to clearly explain. How much easier it will be to live if you express your thoughts to the boss, accountant, team member or parents in a more accessible form. Then they can put themselves in your place, accept your ideas and agree with your point of view. This is the purpose of the book. I want to help you and everyone around you learn to explain, because we are in dire need of it.
Empty looks – you’ve seen this before. Usually this is observed after 10 minutes, during which you tried to infect your enthusiasm audience (no matter, small or large), talking about some idea. But from the facial expressions of the audience it became clear: they did not understand anything. When this happens, the only way to move forward is to leave people behind. Continue reading
1. Our perception depends on the price that we saw first
You went to the store and saw a designer bag for $ 1000. “A piece of bucks for some kind of bag ??” You will be incredibly outraged. Going further, you see a great watch for $ 300. It is expensive! Watches can cost less! But it seems to you that this is quite a normal price, because you are comparing it with the first one you saw. In this way, stores can properly place products to direct your thoughts in the right direction.
2. We are afraid of extremes. We don’t like to feel “poor” when we buy the cheapest products, but we don’t like to feel cheated when we buy the most expensive product, and it turns out to be rather average in quality. Shops use this of our thinking against us to sell the product that we need. Continue reading