Perception is reality

How others see us can be very different from how we see ourselves and often it's because we're not very good at coming across the way we intend. Someone who thinks their behavior conveys self-confidence may come across to other people as being arrogant, for example. People can only judge you based on their perception and if you don't know how your words and actions can be perceived and understood by others, you won't be able to influence their opinion of you. In this blog post, Darius Foroux considers the role of heuristics in judgment and decision-making, how they can lead to errors, and how you can help others perceive you more accurately.

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