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- #push agora plan
- I worked from the office and it was actually nice. It was great seeing people.
- Talked to:
- #push do
I keep coming back to the same refrain: "I will show you the shape of my heart."
(I love you. Yes, you.)
- Pick the tactic that puts time on your side- it's better to float on top while pressuring your opponent because they will eventually submit, the longer they are in that position. war
- "We don't compromise because it's right; we compromise because it is easy and because it saves face. We compromise in order to say that at least we got half the pie. Distilled to its essence, we compromise to be safe. Most people in a negotiation are driven by fear or by the desire to avoid pain. Too few are driven by their actual goals." Never Split the Difference
- Remind your opponent of their deadline, live in such a way as to have no deadline. war
- Measure the probability of a threat by paying attention to who, how, what, and when- if the threat does not include a how and when, it is less likely to be serious.
- Expecting someone to think like you guarantees surprise.
- Rpg system where you get to improve your spread of stats by staying with the same spread, but the specialization makes it easier to break, and when things change those who generalize can change more quickly.
- Android rts game where you play as a swarm. When your spread your fingers apart, the swarm spreads apart. When you draw your fingers together, the swarm tightens.
- Organizational surface area is too small relative to mass of organization- that is, it is not receiving as much input from outside the organization that it needs. There is no easy way for a customer, a client, or even an employee to bring enough information inside to affect energy requirements for the organization.
- Is it easier to examine something when there is less energy there?
- you can only be changed when you submit collapsed:: true
- One large benefit to secrecy is to form an ingroup. So, higher transparency groups will need to find another way to create the kind of barrier that forms groups.
- How do we determine what needs to be done and how to do it? How do we invite people to figure these out?
- Groups need to make something they can touch to come together, when this is done they drift apart.
- What baseline behavior does this agent have? What fixed actions are in that baseline behavior? What triggers fixed action patterns?
Offering a reason often auto-completes persuasion, regardless of the reason.
- Check associations and frames an opponent may have and use them.
- Frustration at apparent willful ignorance of statistical base rates is a clue about where to find common associations that people may have. What unlikely pairings are common in cultural awareness?
- How can you play with common knowledge?