By: Daniel Kahneman
- Switching from one task to the next is effortful.
- Acting calm and kind irregardless of how one feels is likely to make one that way.
- The idea of money primes individualism.
- To write a persuasive argument…
- The first statement is expected to be true. Any other information has less value.
- Put the writing on as good of paper as possible.
- Simplicity in language is better. The more complicated, the worse someone deems their intelligence.
- Try to make it memorable. Rhyming helps.
- Quote a source? Use names that are recognizable and easy to pronounce.
- To help diversify opinions, have everyone write down their opinions first and then discuss.
- This helps to make sure the first person doesn’t influence the rest of the people.
- Confidence in the story depends on the ability of the person to explain the story.
- Strong, square chin with a turned down mouth my indicate danger.
- With a slight, confident smile exudes confidence.
- Group workers have a bias that says they do more than their fair share and don’t get credit for it.