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After some event related to the topic, I paid attention to the philosophical and psychological research in this area, and it turned out (yes!)! Firstly, the phenomenon is quite widespread in life in general and in business in particular (not to be confused with “Kickbacks” and deception are different things); secondly, it is traumatic, very painful for the person, leaving the deepest wounds and feelings – both of whom and of who; thirdly, a rather confused event, accompanied by sophisticated self-explanations and self-flagellation, and finally, not the most studied phenomenon in psychology and very little illuminated for business. Continue reading
How often do we hear from familiar phrases “bothers me bosses” or “my boss is a tyrant”? Sometimes disagreement with the boss becomes the main cause of dismissal. Do not rush.
It is important to understand why a person has a desire to put other people in a situation of discomfort, and sometimes to humiliate him. Continue reading
“Our idea of freedom of choice is just ignorance of the real reasons for our decision” (Benedict Spinoza).
“From the informational point of view, the subconscious activity of the earthworm is much more complicated than what our consciousness does with you” (I.N. Pigarev). It is clear that I am not going to confirm or refute this thought, especially in the context of consumer decision-making. Continue reading