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When perception changes, behavior follows.

by John
(Mountain View, CA)

The new video on the homepage at LoveShift shows a powerful dynamic associated with thinking - how perception affects behavior. A French company changed how people looked at fruits and vegetables which were not "normal" in shape and coloring.

The result: Along with a 30% savings, they shifted the way buyers saw (and purchased) the produce. The stores got a huge boost in sales. The media got on board. The idea "went viral." And a "ton" of good, useful food was not thrown out.

This is a great example of how, when perception changes, behavior follows.

The question is: how can we learn from this and apply it to other areas of social behavior? Women's rights. Racism. Water usage. Terrorism. War.

Good job, France!

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