《TED – 伟大的领导者如何激励行为 》音轨

Simon Sinek在TED的分享,论述why->how->what的重要性,不妨重新审视你的日常,是什么渠道了你去做现在的事情?

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how do you explain when things don’t go

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as we assumed or better how do you

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explain when others are able to achieve

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things that seem to defy all of the

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assumptions for example why is Apple so

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innovative year after year after year

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after year they’re more innovative than

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all their competition and yet they’re


Talk: Michael Shermer: The pattern behind self-deception

It’s funny to say that we are more likely tending to believe things are connected, especially when we are in danger, having feelings of uncertainty and out of control.

We try to make things in order and being understood. The example of the hominid explains why the natural selection for a propensity for our brain engines is always the false positive. In such situations, obviously, it’s better to take safe actions in case of being a lunch of the predator. Those who do not do so are more likely to be killed. Like Michael Shermer said, “You’ve been taken out of the gene pool”