Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. In this episode of ACLR we chomp on the Curiosity Bite that explores how you judge a person. Is this different from how you judge people?

If you had to judge someone by their face, but were unable to determine their sex, gender, race, or nationality what would you use to judge the person? What’s the first thing that comes to mind?

It’s great to trust people you like, but is it necessary to like people you trust?

 

Discuss, debate, and dissect with us!

The lens is – and always will be – curiosity. Each week, fun informal conversations center around one delectable Curiosity Bite designed to give your brain the time and ideas to think about thinking, to flex your curiosity muscle… and maybe even… revolutionize the way you think.

This week’s Curiosity Bite:

 

How do you judge a person?

 

In this episode…Curious Questions asked and answered

Once you make an initial judgment, how are you able to change your mind?

What’s the difference between judgmental vs judgment mindset?

How do you improve your judgment by using CPR questions?

How do you judge likability separate from competence and trustworthiness? Do you use judgment CPR?

References

Improving Your Judgment for Better Decision-Making

Decision-Making in High-Stress Situations

Good Thinking on LinkedIn Live

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