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  • Tanger shared from a Personal Document
    Como el fino manipulador que era, aceptaba hablar de tonterías de vez en cuando si sentía que eso podía contribuir a motivar a su empleado. Un trabajador que se siente realizado es un trabajador productivo y, al final, eso servía bien a sus intereses.
    Note: la manipulacion
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    De hecho, tienes varios problemas imbricados unos en otros. El causante de todos ellos es tu miedo a la gente. No sé si en realidad eres consciente, pero no sólo no te atreves a imponerte, ni siquiera a expresar tus deseos, sino que te cuesta mucho ir contra la voluntad de los demás y verbalizar una negativa. En resumen, no vives en realidad tu vida, sino que actúas en función de los demás por miedo a sus reacciones.
    Note: miedo a la gente
  • Tanger shared from The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg
    Companies aren’t families. They’re battlefields in a civil war.
    Note: companies
  • Tanger shared from a Personal Document
    «Pequeño dijo: "¿Qué pasará cuando nos muramos y nos vayamos? ¿Seguirás queriéndome? ¿Continúa el amor?".» «Y Grande dijo a Pequeño apretándolo con fuerza mientras ambos contemplaban la noche, la luna en la oscuridad y el centelleo de las estrellas: "Mira las estrellas, Pequeño, mira cómo brillan y relucen. Algunas murieron hace mucho tiempo. Aun así, siguen brillando en el cielo todas las noches para que tú las veas, Pequeño. Como la luz de las estrellas, el amor no muere nunca...".» debi gliori, No Matter What
    Note: continua el amor?
  • Tanger shared from The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg
    The man who met his wife at the bus stop, for instance, identified an easy cue—It’s 3:30, she’s on her way home!—and he clearly defined his reward—Honey, I’m here! When the temptation to give up halfway through the walk appeared, the patient could ignore it because he had crafted self-discipline into a habit. PATIENTS DESIGNED WILLPOWER HABITS TO HELP THEM OVERCOME PAINFUL INFLECTION POINTS
    Note: you're my reward
  • Tanger shared from The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg
    Willpower isn’t just a skill. It’s a muscle, like the muscles in your arms or legs, and it gets tired as it works harder, so there’s less power left over for other things.”
    Note: willpower it's like a muscle
  • Tanger shared from The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg
    “The team wanted to believe, but when things got really tense, they went back to their comfort zones and old habits.”
    Note: please, please...BELIEVE
  • Tanger shared from The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg
    Cinnabon tries to locate their stores away from other food stalls.2.24 Why? Because Cinnabon executives want the smell of cinnamon rolls to waft down hallways and around corners uninterrupted, so that shoppers will start subconsciously craving a roll.
    Note: aplica en todo
  • Tanger shared from The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg
    How do you build a new habit when there’s no cue to trigger usage, and when the consumers who most need it don’t appreciate the reward?
    Note: pregunta del dia, diganos que piensa
  • Tanger shared from The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg
    He had seduced millions of women into purchasing Palmolive soap by proclaiming that Cleopatra had washed with it, despite the sputtering protests of outraged historians.
    Note: je