Posts Tagged psychology

What is wrong with the online advertizement models today

sign spinnerAlthough not a very scientific question it is a very relevant one. Over the past couple of years there has been a drop in how much is being paid per eyeball on an advertisement online. Not because the mass on the internet has become much bigger, no there is not enough return from the advertizements placed. In some cases advertizing online can even have a negative effect when done in the wrong way. What cases these effects? And an even more important question how can we do something about it?

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public transport practicality

It might sound strange but using the Dutch public transport system made me more of a practical thinker. The Dutch transport system is famous for not running on time and leaving either late, early or not at all. What makes the Dutch system famous made me smart! By travelling day in and day out with this system improved my quick decision making and my ability to estimate time and possibilities.

Dealing with fast decisions and fast estimations every day is good practice! So maybe it’s not such a bad idea to start out using public transport before getting your own wheels?

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