Placebo-suggestion based on experience and imagination-works well in business. If the problem is not solved by conventional methods, only the “magic pill”can help.
In evidence-based medicine, the placebo effect is used for scientific purposes-to compare with actual drugs, and in so-called alternative medicine-as in business, to make a profit.
The first to learn this trick were the healers of the middle Ages and successfully promoted medicine from dried toads, treatment with metal spokes and mercury lapping.
This newsletter is for those who do not want to fall for the bait of calculating marketers or, on the contrary, find the placebo effect useful for their business and want to use it in practice. Continue reading
The crisis has changed not only the structure of the labor market, but also the requirements for employees and job seekers.
Now employers do not rely so much on promising employees, leaders, and ambitious people-although it was on the encouragement of such people that the previous motivation systems were built-as on silent performers, people who are thorough, quick, and do not grab stars from the sky, but are cheap, undemanding, and reliable in solving simple tasks.
The market needs simple performers. However, now there are companies that rely on talented smart people.
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