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The famous theory of the mathematician John Nash (the one who interpreted so well Russell Crowe in the movie “A Brilliant Mind”) suggests that in order to win a game we need to know what our opponent is doing so we can anticipate.
This theory, which along with other authors such as John Von Newman and Antoine Agustín Cournot, is also anchored in the so-called “game theories”, is used in various areas of personal life and in organizations where we need to learn to achieve better strategies in order to achieve results create.
It is very interesting to be able to apply Nash’s theory in everyday life. If we help the other, we can also understand what we want in the time we want it and with the same resources we already have.
A win-win situation where both parties are interested in receiving a certain item, knowing that they can help the other with it.
The options that are presented are at least four basic:
- Win win: Mutually beneficial, satisfying and both parties are satisfied.
- Win lose: Position, power, title, position or personality are used to achieve the purpose of making the other party lose.
- Lose victory: It looks like a competition. As your performance and performance are impacted, your competition will see the benefits they could have in this case.
- Lose lose: When both individualistic, stubborn, and selfish parties hold on to their positions, causing both to lose.
How can you put Nash’s theory into practice?
Whenever we take action or make a decision, there will be consequences. Even if you don’t make or make decisions, it has an impact. Photo: Austin Kehmeier via Unsplash
Applying this theory is very useful as it is about coordinating viewpoints who, in addition to managing personal interests, also know how to read what is going on around them so that we can analyze and execute better ways to get results Looking for.
Suppose you meet a person today who needs your help with a specific problem in the field in which you are a professional or an expert. Then you are helping that person know they can’t pay you what this type of advice is worth, or you are recommending someone much more qualified than you to do it.
This person manages to solve their problem and in a few years you will find him again and your position is his at this moment. You ask him for help and he or she remembers you as someone who helped them find a new and better path in their own life.
Nash’s theory would develop like a virtuous cycle of personal decision making, involving patience, good treatment, empathy with one another, and good communication in such a way that a small act benefits others and stimulates them to achieve what they want and want with Making positive change for hundreds of other people. Broadcasting a number of good consequences with everyone winning one way or another.
The power of this theory could lie in people’s willingness to help each other, as Nash said, to create a better world today and for future generations.
You need to be aware that our actions affect others and you will always create shock waves of your own limits or possibilities if you recognize them.
Can you always win
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Win-win is a possibility if we implement it as a philosophy of life.
Sometimes we have to learn to negotiate and sometimes we have to learn to compromise.
And to accept at other times.
If we live according to a philosophy of life as suggested in Nash’s win-win theory, we must agree that we will not always get what we want within the deadlines we want, even though we will eventually get it or other people will you will benefit from it.
The world is a complex complex of human relationships that keeps surprising us. Therefore, we must not forget that our actions and our decisions will have a much deeper impact than we believe in lives we do not even know.
We must remember that we are social beings in order to return to the basics of our state: we all want to live in peace and constantly improve our lives.
In order to achieve our personal goals and live in peace, one must understand that empathy is one of the most efficient ways to always gain win-win.
Always practice empathy. Photo: Aarón Blanco Tejedor via Unsplash
Understanding what a person is doing or saying at any given moment is a true reflection of their way of understanding the world, not ours. When we accept the other for who they are and accept that their process is different from ours (it doesn’t matter if they are better or worse), we can let situations flow naturally.
Those who know how to communicate with others and empathize with each other’s projects can learn to tolerate their own mistakes much better and share the benefits of their successes, as they understand their role in the harmony they create between these processes . And understand the value of sometimes respecting the other despite your choices.
Win-win is a realistic option for people who want to bring peace into their own lives and build on what they have already learned. People who are not selfish in their projects and can learn to communicate with others in the most self-confident way possible.
They taught us that the purpose of a game is to have a winner, although they haven’t always taught us the importance of helping the other to be the winner. We can learn to get the results we want in the time frames we want if we learn to focus on what interests the other and what benefits the other will get. To focus on this perspective is to win a game of life that remains consolidated in our perspective.