New York Times
“It’s about frameworks of recognition; how you choose to look, rather than what you’re trying to see. “
How do we make sense of a large amount of data – quickly?
How do we decipher news and constantly changing updates of information – sensibly?
It’s not about using algo or more powerful computer, it’s about – training our perceptive brain, virtual thinking, learning to read large amount of data instinctually.
Doctors are trained to do so as well.
93% agreed to let someone else jump queue just because they said “because” though the reason did not make sense – Ellen Langer photocopier study
Why do We Act Irrationally? May it’s because of “because…”
It’s why we find it hard to trust our gut as well. Often there’s no because, it’s just is.
If investment markets are changing and dynamic, how can we then as investors be fixed in our thinking? We need to be biased towards growth in our abilities and our approach to investing (actually, in all areas of life)
Great article. Carol Dweck has done a lot if work in this area.
EmoBowl getting signals from the EmoBracelet which detects our emotional level – are we anxious, excitable?
This was an invention by Philiips Electronics, commissioned by ABN AMRO in 2009
Instinct – a moment of being in the flow that births something out of the ordinary sphere, of thinking