My interest is growing for Psychology and Behavioural Economics. I have always been interested in Demographics but my background being Finance a crucial aspect was missing.
I was surprised by the revelation that, despite the enormity of both these subjects, what informs them and the people that theorise them, is the day-to-day thoughts and interactions WE RARELY ACKNOWLEDGE OUT LOUD.
Whether you are relating to friends, colleagues at a meeting, a partner or a person you have a crush on, the – sometimes subtle – thoughts that run through your head will strongly determine the progress and outcome of those relationships.
From “I can feel something in my nostril, let me stop this conversation and do a mirror check.” to “He left because I was boring and my breath stinks.” every one of those thoughts and focus-deviating ideas are routed in bigger mind matters such as, a past event that made us insecure or society’s take on “dumb” blond people.
Add all those countless interactions together, for each individual in any location, and you have an economy that thrives proportionally to HOW OPEN IT IS TO PERSONAL UNDERSTANDING.
I was hoping the capitals would help emphasize what I mean but I can now see they only make the post look ugly. Anyway,… ampler observations on the topics above are on their way. Thanks for reading : ).