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by Kostya Kimlat


Here's what happens when people are nice to each other at the office

Our brains look for patterns so that we can identify and move on to the next thing. That's why it's easy for a magician to fool you. We do the same thing with people: generalize their behavioral norms and match them (for good or bad).

Being nice to your co-workers — not just tolerating them, but actively working to make their day more pleasant — can make things better for you, too.


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