With the development of the times, the prosperity of traditional media has declined, and the Internet self-media has developed in full swing. Here comes the unprecedented information explosion era. As more and more information can be accessed, those worthless information become things that hinder people's progress and waste people's time and energy. At this time, information screening becomes more and more important.
How did Trump make it? Some people say: Information screening is the key to Trump winning the US election. Donald Trump is one of the most famous alumni of the Wharton School of Business. The once billionaire and now the President of the United States can firmly attract people's attention. On June 17, 2015, Trump announced that he would participate in the presidential election. In this process, Trump’s ability to select information has been vividly demonstrated. He can always accurately locate targets from a bunch of cumbersome information, and refine them into the flash of every passionate speech. Points, and these shining points also hit the hearts of many Americans. Trump passed through all the way and successfully entered the final stage of competition.
On the evening of September 26, 2016, the first television debate of 2016 presidential candidates was announced. As the Republican presidential candidate Trump, this time his opponent is the Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. In a round of debates, the Trump team grasped the pain points in the hearts of the American people from the mixed information, paid close attention to them, and put forward specific proposals one by one to show their attitude.
For example, the eight major propositions Trump insists on economically. 1. Monetary policy and the Federal Reserve. Trump has repeatedly criticized the Fed's low interest rate policy for causing false prosperity in the stock market, but low interest rates are also conducive to long-term financing. 2. Taxation policy. On this point, Trump’s core belief is to cut taxes vigorously. 3. Globalization of trade. Trump opposed free trade, calling the North American Free Trade Agreement "the biggest theft in history." 4. Financial supervision. Trump proposes to abolish the "Dodd-Frank Act" and re-examine existing regulatory policies. 5. Social insurance and medical insurance. Trump promised to protect the social welfare of the American people to the greatest extent possible without compromising medical insurance. 6. National debt. Trump often said in campaign campaigns: "We have 19 trillion US dollars in debt, and we need someone to resolve it." He is always confident about this. 7. The border wall and immigration. Trump always emphasizes that he wants to reform the immigration system. 8. Infrastructure construction. Trump proposed a large-scale facility investment plan in his campaign.
Trump, who graduated from the Wharton School of Business, apparently has a rigorous and clear logical thinking ability. The points he has repeatedly emphasized in his campaign have just hit the weakness of many Americans. The ability to always screen out the most useful information for him at the most critical moment also helped him win the final victory in this world-renowned competition.
As ordinary people, where should we cut into the information screening work? Wharton experts told us that the first thing we need to do is to clarify the purpose and establish the direction.