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  • learn how to deal with your emotions. (Don’t invest in the financial market when the market is moving up and don’t sell when the market is moving down ) When you are making financial decisions you are using numbers and financial information?
  • It is not about knowledge but rather using and applying the knowledge on real life situations if you don’t know the asnwer
  • that more information is always better. But I describe lots of cases in "Blink" where that simply isn't true. There's a wonderful phrase in psychology--"the power of thin slicing"--which says that as human beings we are capable of making sense of situations based on the thinnest slice of experience. (3 to 5) You need to have the ability to eliminate any irrelevant items rather than focusing on more items.
  • Do you follow your feelings when you make financial decisions or just the numbers? You may feel that something is not right but the numbers are not telling you that. Do you follow your intuition? describe emotional reactions, gut feelings--thoughts and impressions that don't seem entirely rational. snap judgments Trust yourself and your ability to make right decisions that more information is always better. But I describe lots of cases in "Blink" where that simply isn't true. There's a wonderful phrase in psychology--"the power of thin slicing"--which says that as human beings we are capable of making sense of situations based on the thinnest slice of experience. (3 to 5) You need to have the ability to eliminate any irrelevant items rather than focusing on more items. don’t always look at the numbers (marrage but really look at the big pitcure and follow you feelings) don’t frorce yourself to think
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    • 1. Using Visual Languagein BusinessIyad Mourtada
    • 2. Why do smart managers make bad decisions?
    • 3. Business Intelligence Emotional Intelligence
    • 4. The Continuum of Understanding Know (Cleveland 1982) Why Know How Know What Know nothing
    • 5. ALLOCATION OF MENTAL SPACE
    • 6. Having more information is not always better
    • 7. Turning Information into Knowledge
    • 8. “Marketing is all about spreading ideas.” Seth Godin Market-based marketing (Inspiring) •Companies sold Ideas / Customers bought Experiences Customer-based marketing (Persuading) •Companies sold brands / Customers bought Emotions Mass media-based marketing (Informing) •Companies sold goods / Customers bought benefits Product-based marketing•Companies sold commodities / Customers bought products
    • 9. Ronnefeldt Tilting Teapot
    • 10. Jack is looking at Anne, but Anne islooking at George. Jack is married,but George is not. Is a marriedperson looking at an unmarriedperson?A. YesB. NoC. Cannot be determined
    • 11. Professionals, who haveknowledge and experience,may think they can makedecisions without reallyusing their minds. Theydon’t expect new thingsand they make miss them.They look at the detailsand forget the big picture.
    • 12. iyad.mourtada@gmail.com   http://ae.linkedin.com/in/iyadmourtada http://twitter.com/iyadmourtadahttp://www.youtube.com/Iyadmourtadahttp://www.iyadmourtada.comhttp://www.facebook.com/iyad.mourtada iyadmourtada

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