This post was inspired by my keynote at Digit 2.0 – a Digital Marketing Conference hosted by PAS in October of this year. Based on a mobile trends report I did for a telecom consultancy I covered three insights as to how mobile technology has impacted human behavior. The terms used are ones I have coined myself to capture the concept of what I am trying to say. They are instaniety, indigivuality and techpowered.
This is a blog post inspired by Daniel Kahneman’s book “Thinking Fast and Slow” on how we really can’t learn much from the past when it comes to predicting the future, and that most business and economic success comes down to a simple surprising fact! Get ready to be shocked…
The title of this post seems like one from a cheap flyer or a spam email promising you instant success and riches by doing the simplest, absurdest of things! Don’t you think? Well guess what. This is the real deal. Remember what Seth Godin once said, ‘small is the new
Just finished reading another amazing book by Daniel Pink – Drive. It’s a nice amalgamation of thoughts and learning from some of the greatest psychologists and behavioral economists of our time and Dan Pink wonderfully builds on their thinking to give us a nice operating system for the 21st century
It is amazing how the human brain works. Some of the findings from behavioral economics on our decision making abilities are both shocking and fascinating, to say the least. It’s like looking at an engine from the inside and seeing how everything works. As a planner understanding human behavior is