Feb 1, 2018 • 45M

TDL079 Crowd Mentality

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Larry G. Maguire
The Sunday Letters Podcast is the weekly audio newsletter from organisational psychologist Larry Maguire on the meaning & purpose of daily work and our paradoxical relationship with it. We explore how we may break free from tiresome means-to-an-end labour and take command of their own working lives. Topics include solo working, careers, entrepreneurship, small business economics, society and culture. Content follows the written newsletter, which goes out to subscribers every Sunday.
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I write here weekly; https://larrygmaguire.com become a patron here; patreon.com/larrygmaguire follow me here; @larrygmaguire Today I'm talking about group think and crowd mentality. It appears that people forego their individuality when in a group. I don't like crowds, I can't move with crowds, I feel that's not my place, I'm content remaining individual in crowds. Crowds of people are stupid, like sheep they follow each other. I can work well in a group with a clear goal or desired outcome, even lead the group. But that which I am must remain intact.cGood morning people! 🌞 • Group Think... 🧠 • ☎️ Call Ins • Authoritarianism should be Extinct • All relevant • Looking for your discussion on growing your list? • Here you go! • I'm on a campaign to double my list. ✉️ • I want to grow my list, here's what I'm doing • Check out "Limor" audio app http://limor.ie • The Illusion of Time http://bit.ly/A --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sunday-letters/message