13 thoughts on “Bias 25 – Lollapalooza Tendency

  1. Wisdom Finder says:

    Can I please get an example of this bias. I don’t fully understand. What I’ve concluded is, say one sets a goal for themselves and one is aware of all the biases that influences one decision making. One makes the best decision that will ultimately get one to where one hopes to be?

    • Ezio says:

      it’s when you use a lot of the tendencies in for example a product to sell; like a soup of tendencies, you do it so good that the costumer has no choice but buy.

    • Miko says:

      From what I understand it is just that the biases can compound and become more potent. An auction is one example: there’s a man standing above all people (authority), there’s social-proof bias, stress influence because you need to buy right now, etc.

      It all makes it much more difficult to resist than just one or two of them.

  2. Scott says:

    To use Munger’s perhaps favorite example, when you have a group of people so brainwashed that they all commit voluntary suicide due to some cult-related prediction, that is such an outcome.

  3. Matt says:

    Tai Lopez? Lol he’s actually one and a half of the sponsors for this website. I personally don’t mind the lollapalooza effect as long as I benefit in it being used on me.

    I do find Tai’s 67 steps useful, though I don’t like the rare swearing, and he swears much more in his paid stuff. Also, be careful to note Tai’s emails for trying non-Tai products, to do your homework, as they may be useful products, but customers complain about the money-back guarantee being unfair or not having realistic strings attached, for example.

  4. Mark Martin says:

    funnelling to a desired outcome.
    when trying to influence other people.

    like the LIKE BIAS, you always find a reason to believe what you want. A woman, for example said, “i only hear what i want”.
    in this way, you have the tendency to become bias and not accepting the facts.

  5. Skeptic says:

    Soft science retards at hard labor here. I doubt the prefix is original text, or written/translated with traces to substantiated scholarly references. Good luck with your distinctive interpretation, I’m sure you are correct ( in your own world).

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