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Monday, November 25, 2013


Judgement, the crucial element in the snap judgement made during the stress of a crises such as a violent attack or some sort of high-stress event, etc. Even you judgement before encountering such an event is critical to avoidance of violence, conflict, etc. What makes for good judgement?

Preparation is what makes for good judgement along with experience. It comes from a long time spent under a rigorous course of education along with experience. It is what you learn, do and train for that matters when the rubber hits the road in a conflict or even that is high-stress and often dangerous. 

Judgement as developed and trained and experienced comes down to training our mind and bodies to make split-second decisions without being subjected to our stereotypes and prejudices, even those we may not believe. 

It is the experience that results in using our behavior and our training to interpret and decode what lies behind our snap judgements and first impressions whereby the results are dictated. 

Gladwell, Malcolm. "Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking." Bay Back Books. France. 2007.

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