Perception is the process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting to understand the information acquired by individuals through their feelings and to order the world in which they are located. In other words, not what we feel, but what we perceive affect our thoughts and indirectly our behavior. Why is perception management important to our lives?
Because life; it is shaped by how we perceive it, and if perception is managed correctly, it can contribute positively to your life. In addition to personal development, perception management is of great importance in the business world. Intense advertising pollution, life challenges, community pressures, etc. perception management has become a necessity in order to reach our targets by removing all the elements that interfere with our perceptions.
Operation / Coordination
The use of Perception Management techniques in departments such as these will increase productivity and make a difference. Perception management techniques applied to another person / community for personal development purposes other than shaping one’s own perception; that if this person or group is aware of this, they will resist and the success rate will be severely reduced; mostly Unconscious Level Perception Management techniques are used. In this way, the other party is affected, thinks and directed in the desired way without realizing anything. Experience, motivational and emotional state are three important factors that influence and trigger perception. These variables can completely change the perception or the sensor can create a “defense of perception”. For this reason, perception management is a highly sensitive field of science.
About the Training
In Doruk Ülgen trainings; It teaches practical knowledge and applicable techniques for the desired outcome or the field in which perception management is intended to be used. It teaches by showing the application of techniques that can be used in real life, which will increase productivity and effect, not interesting information that will remain in theory. Training time can be 15 minutes or 1 full day depending on demand and need. Training is prepared according to the demand and target of the company according to the activity.
Magicians manipulate people’s perceptions to create their illusions. They mislead the minds of the audience by evaluating their dogma, conditional thoughts, unconscious assumptions, conditioned interpretations, and many weak points of the mind. In addition to providing entertaining and memorable education using her performances, Doruk Ülgen brings a different and very effective perspective to perception management with the subtleties of illusion art, which can be called the art of mind-deceiving. Known as the number one in the field of mentalism (mental skills), Doruk Ülgen demonstrates the human mind, its perception and its achievements in a way that you cannot see anywhere else. Thanks to his expertise in sales / marketing, he knows the business world, trade and corporate structures closely and ensures that those who receive their training make a difference.
Examples of Usage Areas of Perception Management
- Face Reading
- Negotiation Management
- Subconscious Sales
- Chaos Management
- Problem Solving
- Team Leadership
- Customer Loyalty
- Sales Closing
- Presentation Techniques
- Event Coordinating
- Subliminal Marketing
What is Perception? Is Subconscious or Unconscious True?
When the perception is simplified; the color of this text is black ‘we have learned’ because we say it is black, but if we learned that it would be green or green because of an eye disease, we could see this article or this article is not already black, because of the other colors used on the page, we see green as black. The meaning gained after the information transferred to our perception brain is our ‘understanding’ of knowledge. The subconscious contains everything that is voluntarily thrown into the consciousness. But unconscious, involuntarily remaining unconscious, consists of data you can not control. Emotions and impulses that create anxiety when they come to consciousness are not suppressed into the subconscious, but pushed into the unconscious. In short, the correct use of the word subconscious is the right term ‘‘ unconscious ’’.