Selling a car is much less fun than buying a car. If you have the time and energy to do a little work though, you can make a substantially larger amount of money than trading in your car. With my help, you can use the science of decision-making to your advantage in advertising and selling your car […]Read more "Neurocarbuying: How to Sell Your Car"
Rid yourself of the standards of creating an objet d’art. Instead, make an “object day-art.” I would like to persuade you to make stuff. Persuading you to make stuff begins with thinking about object day-art in the context of stuff in general. We love stuff. We seek it, we cherish it, we love it (Carlin, 1986). […]Read more "Make things, even crappy things."
It is told that the Buddha attained enlightenment by meditating under the Bodhi tree. Here I invite you to seek the mindful path of the Chevy Tree. What does it mean to be mindful? The practice of mindfulness is the process of returning one’s attention to the present moment. In this way, driving an old car […]Read more "Meditate under the Chevy Tree"
So you have now found the car, and you’re ready to start finding your actual car. This takes place in two steps: Contacting the seller, and doing the test drive. Before you start: a word on emotions. Again, choose your emotions wisely. Think of yourself as confident, cold and distant, evaluative, looking for the long term […]Read more "Neurocarbuying*: Evaluating a used car"
So now you’ve decided on a direction for your car buying that is based on some good feelings with a nice blend of short and long term reward. You may also hate the term neurocarbuying, and quite frankly so do I; it’s a crappy term but its my crappy term. The next step is to […]Read more "Neurocarbuying* How to find a car."