Common Sense - in Business & Life by Hans M Hirschi

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By Hans M Hirschi

Good judgment is like nice track, enchanting artwork or humorous jokes; tough to pinpoint yet all of us realize it after we see it. during this e-book, Hans M. Hirschi explores the concept that of good judgment, via philosophy, mirrored image and perform. utilizing his thorough adventure from enterprise and administration from all corners of the area, Hans demonstrates that "common feel" isn't really as universal as you could imagine. what's considered as good judgment in Sweden isn't really unavoidably precise in China, Tunisia or Brazil. He makes use of transparent examples to supply perception into cultural changes that impact the area of industrial in addition to lifestyle. This ebook can help you employ your logic worldwide- in enterprise and in lifestyles.

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In order to help people remember the methodology I proposed more easily, I came up with a mnemonic aid, based on the antique Greek god Hermes, who – besides being the divine messenger – also played a role as the god of learning. Thus to help people remember the basic ingredients for successful learning, Hermes stands for: H Holistic approach to learning. We learn more easily if we understand how things are connected. E Experience. Whatever we learn has to emerge from things we know. That is a biological necessity.

The biggest changes I have seen are these: The pace has increased dramatically The world has “shrunk” significantly I have no illusion that this book or I will change any of this. I am concerned though that as biological entities, there are limitations to what our bodies and our psyches can withstand in terms of change of pace. And as a frequent traveler myself, I know how hard the frequent change in time zones affects your body and what it does to your health and well-being. During the years I have been in business myself I have seen several major economic downturns.

If what we learn is not relevant to us, there really is no reason to remember it, is there? Therefore, teachers have a great responsibility to make sure that examples are based in their students’ reality. M Meaning. On a philosophical level, what we learn has to give us meaning. It has to enrich us and make us better as humans. In addition, nonsense does not necessarily entice us to learn either, does it? E Easy. Albert Einstein is quoted to have said, “You have to make things as easy as possible, but do not oversimplify”.

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