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Seven New Thoughts About Spontaneous Reaction That Will Turn Your World Upside Down

Many people love the feeling of being spontaneous. It is a buzz that goes away quickly once they plan things out. That’s fine and dandy, but what happens if you don’t have time to think about it? The key is to learn when spontaneity becomes a reaction, and then react as soon as possible with the right reaction for the situation. This infographic will explain two reactions that are effective for today’s world: brake and punch. Determine which of the following pairs of reactants will result in a spontaneous reaction at 25°c. Every day in the rush of life, we find ourselves at times needing to react quickly, so this may be especially useful for those dealing with stress or anxiety.

Seven New Thoughts About Spontaneous Reaction That Will Turn Your World Upside Down :

1. Speed Is The New Quality

Instead of judging the quality of one’s reaction, the focus should be on speed. Speed will shine through in a new way. If you can make your reaction faster, then you will have an advantage over others. Take advantage of the fact that with technology you can “set and forget” your reactions, and learn to speed up or slow down your reactions depending on the situation.

2. The Side-Effect Is More Important Than The Reaction Itself

We might not think about it, but there is a reaction after our direct response even if it takes time to formulate that reaction, but can be just as useful as our direct response. This is not a new way to think, but it is something that we all need to learn as it helps us get the most bang for our buck.

3. Road Rage Is Not A Reaction, It’s Just A Trend

Road rage has been around forever and it is not a reaction at all. It is an emotion (anger) brought on by an individual who has decided to make their vehicle their foreplay. There are actual people who have anger issues and have found a way to channel that aggression onto the roads through their vehicles. This should be looked at as a sign of something wrong in society, instead of a natural reaction to the road system or other drivers.

4. Fuse It To The Spot

If you do have an issue with another driver, the place to go is their bumper. There are numerous places that are “fusion points” on a car. Ideally the fuse will be located on the inside of the bumper, where it can easily be reached by hand. This is also an easy way to determine whether or not someone is upset or angry at you. Just ask them if they are mad at you and immediately check their bumper for signs of road rage. If they do not respond with an aggressive response like bumping your bumper, then clearly they were not mad at you and did not mean to bump your car.

5. Acceleration Is “Faster”

If you are following someone and they speed up, you should not automatically expect to do the same. The quicker the reaction, the more effective it will be. Be aggressive about your reaction, when and where appropriate. Use what tactics are available to you in order to react appropriately. Most times people do not realize how fast they can go with their vehicle and then as soon as they realize what is happening they slam on their breaks or hit the brakes. There is a direct proportion between how quickly you can accelerate your vehicle and how fast you can stop or swerve your vehicle.

6. Do Not Rush

In most cases you should not rush a reaction. When someone is driving faster than you, do not try and catch up. Instead, stay back as far as possible and then continue to keep pace with your reaction for as long as possible. This can help you get out of a situation without being victimized. If there is a situation where someone could potentially cause you harm, speeding up in order to catch up to them could make it worse. Instead follow their lead and stay behind them at all times unless it is absolutely necessary to go around them.

7. The Right Reaction Is The Only Reaction You Need

In most cases, the right reaction is the only reaction you need. If you react fast enough and decisively enough, then most likely nothing bad will happen. There may be times where a person’s anger and road rage is so strong that they will not give up on you until they cause damage to your vehicle or injure themselves. However, with the proper response and planning ahead, these situations can be avoided. Be aware of your surroundings at all times and act accordingly if necessary. The best thing to do if someone else is angry with you is to try and change their mind about you.

Aaron Finch
There are many labels that could be given to describe me, but one thing’s for certain: I am an entrepreneur with passion. Whether it's building websites and social media campaigns for new businesses or traveling the world on business trips - being entrepreneurs means constantly looking at yourself in a different light so as not get bored of your own success!