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Free Will vs. Marketing (

The biggest myht of all times is free will I guess. Before I come to that I will inject a little bit nostalgia to this article.

When I was working for Toyota back in the days, there was one interesting method to uncover the source of any problem faced. It was called "5 why". Simple as it seems, it holds a deep wisdom in itself. 5 is just a symbolic number, the aim is to reach a point where you won't need to ask another why to fully clarify the matter. Root cause analysis is another… Continue

Posted on November 28, 2009 at 6:18am

Nothing is true, everything is permitted

Try to find 5 reasons why walking naked in public is a bad thing and explain them to a nudist. Or better, try to find 5 reasons why the bucket in the corner is the creator of the universe and explain them to your strictly religious colleague in the office.

Let's face it, truth is a numbers game. If enough number of people accepts a certain reality bubble, truth will be shaped by their perceptions.

- The bucket… Continue

Posted on November 23, 2009 at 3:17am

What is a reality bubble ? (from psychedelic marketing blog)

I am right, you are wrong. Evindence ? Doesn't matter, as long as I believe that I am right, I am right. This is a classic statement of a reality bubble. Let's explore it closely...

A reality bubble is a set of assumptions about the quality of experiences of an individual. In everday language, it is our faith in our assumptions about true nature of things. Once we put our faith into our beliefs to help us explain the world, we want to stick to it. Change requires another set of… Continue

Posted on November 16, 2009 at 11:32pm — 1 Comment

Repetition matters

Repeating has a morbid effect. After sometime, it makes u a believer. Brain is plastic. Perception is plastic. If ur exposed to enough repetition , things become real for you. How ?

You have to keep your reality bubble alive with positive feedback. You have to think in the way what your reality bubble contains and prove it with selective perception. Thinker thinks, prover proves. If your reality bubble takes a dent, you are in trouble. You will feel insecure, try to refute the new… Continue

Posted on November 6, 2009 at 1:35am

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At 7:17am on December 1, 2009, ines zrelli said…
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