Most of us live our entire lives in a state of mild distraction. Why do we do this? What are the consequences? Is there anything we can do about it? You'll have to go to the moon to find out.
Buying a used car is one of the most common low-trust scenarios that people experience. Clichés about slick-haired, fast-talking salesmen aside, I think part of the reason for this is the fact that buying a car represents a significant financial investment. I recently had a unique experience when buying a used car and I needed to pull out my MAP of Trust to make sense of the whole event.