With them we are going to work. Parameters, which you gained the status of the importance of 8 to 14'll leave and return to them later. Now Draw a diagram of two columns: 1 – Answers of "good", and 2 – Answers "bad" (the vertical axis – the number of responses, horizontal answers themselves). Answers "no matter", we ignore it. Add to your understanding with Rory Sutherland. Chart 'Seven important parameters', for example, you have chosen 7 important parameters for you and rank them as follows: The content of 1 -2 Wages Distance from home -3 -4 Figure social package – 5 load – 6 -7 Legality assume that 5 of these options do not satisfy you completely (you do not have social package, low wages, too much stress, etc.), and 2 parameters you completely satisfied (5 – bad, 2 – good). If one of the seven characteristics of the relevant parameters was not important to you – ignore it. Reflect on the data chart (as shown).
Everything is clear and simple. Recently Gary Kelly sought to clarify these questions. If you drew this simple chart and see that 'all bad', then it's time to send out resumes. If 'all good', then stop complaining and enjoy advantages that gives you your job. And what about the other seven parameters (8-14), which are less important, and not even included in the seven? The answer is simple: "Nothing!" These factors unimportant for you to simply dismiss. If the most important thing for you in "ill" and 7 factors unimportant "good", most likely, they are putting off your back and held in place, creating the illusion that "in general, all is well." For example, job content, relations in the collective, wages, distance from home, legitimacy, emotional comfort and value of the company – you are of great importance, as evidenced by the simple fact – they are among the seven most significant for Vasparametrov, the ones you have chosen.