When we shop for a car, and we have owned both a stick and an automatic, our past experience will direct our future ownership. ... Our years of past experience will likely guide us in how to avoid the decisions that will cause pain or loss, and also ... The second factor is the use of our past experience for deciding future conclusions involving the estimation of others. ... It will involve the pros and cons of others feelings of intuition, profiling, stereotyping, and even educated guesses.
|Title||:||Impact: The 7 Undeniable and often Uncontrollable Powers of Influence|
|Publisher||:||Llumina Press -|