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High Price Perception Bias In Purchasing Real Estate Properties

This has got to be one of the strangest things I have ever heard in terms of buying real estate for someone to live in. Imagine you were buying a condo for someone where they researched a property that had two suites that were on sale. For the most part each suite were virtually identical […]

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Thinking The Certain Items Offer More Perception

This was kind of interesting as a person was telling me recently that there were watermelon on sale for about $4 for a large one which is a pretty decent price as they would usually go for about $7 or so. You would think she would get that one but instead she bought a mini […]

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Business

Having A Great Place or Platform To Validate Your Work

This was an intriguing thought as I was reading a piece about how when it comes to promoting work where it is being promoted can often dictate how people will view it regardless of the quality of the item itself. An example that was given was imagine you had a piece of painting. It was […]

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Business

Treating Volunteering As Unprofessional Work

It’s true that if people start to ask you for your time and skill then charging money for your services is necessary in order to live. As much as you enjoy something you need money to survive. At the same time there are probably occasions where people or organizations can’t afford your services and need […]

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Business

An Extra Address Just For Market Exposure

I often see tons of businesses wanting to have a mailing address in the busy downtown core because from the outside you will automatically assume that anyone with an address in the big city must be a big business. It was fascinating to hear how for one person they have their office address far away […]

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Business

Using Free Resources That Advertise Other Businesses

I often find it weird nowadays how so many products that you purchase are plastered with some kind of brand advertising that seems very intrusive. An example would be sunglasses where it seems like brands are going out of their way to plaster its name all over the item where people actually try and find […]

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