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Tell Me Who Your Friends Are, and I’ll Tell You What You Buy

How Other People Influence Our Shopping Decisions

You might be surprised by the extent to which those around you shape your decisions, especially those to whom you feel close.

Research on social networks and smoking shows that if your spouse stops smoking, you’re also 67% more likely to stop smoking; if your friend stops smoking, your likelihood of smoking goes down by 36%.



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Dr. Gleb Tsipursky

Dr. Gleb Tsipursky

Best-selling author, consultant, coach, speaker on #decisionmaking and #leadership; CEO, Disaster Avoidance Experts

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