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An analysis of trust and its manipulation in an "on the back of the napkin" style.

An analysis of trust and its manipulation in an "on the back of the napkin" style.

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    • little picture book of by ines seidel
    • Why TRUST? Probably most of our decisions are based on trust or mistrust
    • Why TRUST: Communities don‘t function well without trust
    • What makes us trust: People‘s look
    • What makes us trust: What we see
    • What makes us trust: What we smell Interesting: Turning people into shoppers with the help of smells is the new marketing trend .
    • What makes us trust: Words
    • What makes us trust: Words Different people trust different words.
    • What makes us trust: Facts
    • What makes us trust: Facts Unfortunately, facts can be confusing.
    • What makes us trust: Our Memory Elements of Trust: Memory
    • What makes us trust: Authorities, Friends, Elements of Trust: Memory „Authorities“ & „Friends“
    • In sum, trust is based on Intellect, Instinct, Intuition
    • Unfortunately, trust can be manipulated
    • „You may be deceived if you trust too much, but you will live in torment if you don't trust enough .“ – Frank Crane
    • Remember: Relationships don‘t function well without trust
    • So, what I wanted to say…
    • …by the way That was my first self-made picture book. It‘s not perfect. Ines Seidel www.Twitter.com/this_moment www.this_moment_now.blogspot.com www.trendtogo.blogspot.com
    • …by the way Would you trust anything perfect?