My friend Dan Nachtrab emails in response to my post about Connie Terwilliger’s Self-Evaluation course. He sent me a link to a very interesting article that, at least on the surface, doesn’t seem to have much to do with voiceover work. But, think about these points…
* framing (how you present data is as important as the data itself)
* impact bias (overestimation of possible outcomes),
* confirmation bias (recognising only data that supports your hypothesis)
* loss aversion (we stand to gain more than we would lose, but our fear of loss prevents us)
* selective perception (seeing what you want to see),and
* rosy retrospection (integral to the repeated experience of family Christmas)
Mighty interesting stuff. Thank you for the link, Dan.