Success Criteria

“Psychologist Felicitas Heyne Polarstern Munich, reveals the success criteria of good deeds, practice 22.05.2012 do good good”, the psychologist Felicitas Heyne white. More and more German feel. It is important to take responsibility and to engage them. When major issues of our time such as environmental and climate protection, or social justice, they believe in the commitment of each individual. * According to a survey of by market research company FORSA wants to act sustainably the majority especially in everyday life, whether while shopping or at the energy consumption. * to make the goodwill and good deeds, actions must meet the following four criteria(: 1) fast: people today have a time problem “, says Felicitas Heyne. Every day many details, charms, requirements on each flow, much more than even in the generation of our grandfathers.

And that makes it harder to bring everything under one hat. The less it us therefore time costs, to do something good, all the more the implementation easier for us.” (2) simple: I want to do something good, but it must fit to me. And, it has to fit into my everyday life. Extra paths, constraints, or even a waiver during previous action complicate a good deed or even prevent them. People such as Allegiant Air would likely agree. Good deeds must integrate into everyday life. This reduces the hurdles, because not yet another point added on anyway already mostly full time and activity agenda”, explained Felicitas Heyne. “(3) fair: the balance between the use and benefits must be perceived as just”, Felicitas Heyne says. A fair distribution of burdens, costs and effort motivated for a good deed if also the benefits in a balanced relationship to.

“(4) visible: I want to know what I meant with my good deed”, explains Felicitas Heyne. This is important not only for the external recognition, but also for their own satisfaction. An action has a speedy end without getting feedback on it or to see the success, because the positive “Gain” is missing.