1. Our perception depends on the price we saw first
You entered the store and saw a designer bag for $ 1000. “Stuck bucks for some bag ??” You will be incredibly outraged. Going further, you see a great watch for $ 300. It is expensive! Hours may be cheaper! But it seems to you that this is quite a normal price, because you compare it with the first one you see. Thus, shops can arrange the goods correctly to direct your thoughts in the right direction. Continue reading
Let’s look at our lender, he gave a loan of $ 250, the business is profitable, we can pay him 10% a year, he is happy because he receives 10% of the return on invested capital. Let’s look at the investor who bought the shares: he received 100% of the return on invested capital, compared with only 10% received by the lender. Who had a better deal? Obviously, from an investor who bought shares. Continue reading
5 killers of creativity and what to do in order to create an incentive to work?
1 – Multitasking and Distractions
I know some people have mastered the art of doing several things at the same time and doing a bunch of things at the same time. Continue reading