Misperception is Perception

From the New York Times Q&A with Zappos’s CEO, Tony Hsieh:

  • Q. If you could ask only one or two questions to get a sense of a person, what would they be?
  • A. “If you had to name something, what would you say is the biggest misperception that people have of you?” Then the follow-up question I usually ask is, “What’s the difference between misperception and perception?” After all, perception is perception.

Very insightful. (Mis)perception is perception.

via Corner Office – Tony Hsieh of Zappos – Celebrate Individuality – Question – NYTimes.com.

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