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Peak-end Rule

October 23rd, 2017 11:12 AM by Eric Fang

Finished the book: Nudge over the weekend. And just started the reading "The Power of Moments". According to this book, why certain experience have extraordinary impart more than anything else? There is something the psychologists called: peak-end rule. People can remember about the peak moments and ending, that's why it was called "peak-end rule".

For my 2015 CIM(Calfornia International Marathon), I remembered that I qualified Boston, and I was very tired during the race. My wife was worried when she saw me so tired, but I ended up qualifying for the Boston. And I remembered that one runner who paved his friends that told them that we only needed to BQ(Qualifying Boston), and do not have to PR(Run a personal best time). So even if we could run much faster, we can actually run slowly to save some energy and just reached our basic goal of qualifying Boston.

I am in LA over the weekends. And went to Hollywood, and stayed at the airbnb most of the time, and read books sometime, and tried some delicious Chinese food, and spent some time on the loans as well.

And I am still not sure why I was busy to qualify my clients for the loan scenarios. Maybe, some of my clients are planning for something "big"?

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Posted by Eric Fang on October 23rd, 2017 11:12 AM



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