Failing to succeed: how psychological distance enables success

We all make decisions all of the time: the majority of them are instantaneous, unconscious and based on our survival needs. We are quick at taking things at face value.

These powerful first impressions can lead us to make decisions that are out-of-perspective and probably unhelpful – decisions about other people, the situations we find ourselves in, and decisions about ourselves. We can become led by emotions rather than guided by facts.

In this seminar, you’ll learn why your first reaction will always be an emotional-thinking one, and how to make better decisions by asking questions that put things into perspective.