Simone Favarin's Visual Connexion: the method for improve the self-observation of human bias
Think Forward, live now.
The paradox of choice can make the difference between
failure and success. From this concept I developed the
Visual Connexion method. Because the business as in
life we need to make the right choices, be fast and reduce
costs without affecting quality or well-being.
If your expression is now looking like this below...
Here's the solution.
The fundamental problem is that the reality is constantly changing,
as we know, and it’s very difficult to find our
way in a World full of possibilities.
If we don’t fully undestand these possibilities,
we may paralyze our natural instinct to make the best choices,
for us or for the people we work and live with,
in a short time and with quality results.
The Visual Connexion method
make our choices visible for solve them.
Then what is the Visual Connexion?
The only method combining science and psychology,
to improve your skills and your decision-making process.
You will find a solution just by following the natural flow of thinking,
finally answering questions that seemed a lot more complicated at the beginning.
Because I know that the problem does not exist.
The Visual Connexion study is published on Academia.edu
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