Bernaw Shaw

Many people are surprised to see how people, apparently, less physical, technical, intellectual, volitional resources and disciplinary even perform better in sports, business, in their work, their relationships, etc. what happens? Why the less endowed people get better results than those who are more skilled in their fields? Do some people seem to have more luck than others, good luck, in fact? Here for example Bernaw Shaw said that he was not the most wise of steel, for example. What happens is that looking at an individual, we only see, only perceive, its external appearance, your physical body (shape of your body, your face, your hands, etc.), including their ways (pose, shape, walk, move, etc.) and your conscious mind (such as speech, as expressed, as he laughs, that laughs, of making jokes about that talk, their tastes, etc.), which, though tell us much of an individual, not us they say everything, at least not to the majority of people, of their subconscious mentality, your internal mindset. Most people only see the tip of iceberg, or the outer layer of onion, other persons and even if same. That poor perception which has one person of another produces astonishment. It is what produces that perception that some have very good luck and others do not. To see the only external performance could see an individual or group of individuals performs better than another individual or group of individuals. And yet at the end we could see that the individual or group of individuals with worse performance is who wins the award, which carries the glory.

We can find an example of this in sporting events. Many times we can see how a team plays with great agility, speed, precise movements and even maintaining a harmonious and orderly, play in some cases say that computer makes a nice game. But despite the technical superiority of this equipment (generally with few or small earned cups) see how suddenly the other team (usually teams established, large and many fans), is the winner.