How to Persuade Anyone – The 25 Cognitive Biases by Charlie Munger

How to Persuade Anyone – The 25 Cognitive Biases by Charlie Munger
If you want to learn how to Persuade people, then you must learn the 25 Cognitive Biases. Not all these biases work on everyone, and some biases will affect you more than others. What makes people make a decision depends on how many of these biases get activated at the same time. So not only will you learn how to persuade people, but this video will help to prevent you from getting scammed or making impulse decisions that you will later regret.

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26 thoughts on “How to Persuade Anyone – The 25 Cognitive Biases by Charlie Munger”

  1. Hitler banned experimental on animals, just experimented on (unwilling) humans instead… you're stretching on that one. The economy and energy points were spot on though.

  2. The most interesting part is how these very same described effects are constantly at work within the context of the book, of course including the lollapolooza.

  3. Tricks never work as well as genuine behavior. Unless you can find growth from the inside, you'll not get there. I'd suggest a great guide for this The Sorcerer's Secrets by don Jesus Ramirez, it will change you mind, you life and those around you. It may sound crazy, but a lot of people only think they know, but have no idea why they think so.

  4. 0:17 "Association" with Warren Buffett to Charlie Munger is a cognative bias in itself

    …because he's associated with Buffett we automatically feel he's like Warren

  5. E.) None of the above. I would need more of a reason to do any of those things than someone telling me to. Nice video though, I did enjoy watching.

    edit: I also neither liked nor disliked the video, in case that means something too.

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