Posts Tagged "Behavioral Economics"

So much for the 10,000 hour rule?

Malcom Gladwell in his book “Outliers” introduced this idea of 10,000 hours as a key tenant of success as seen through the stories of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, The Beatles and more. But now new research reveals there is more to success than deliberate focus on just one thing!

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You are all liars…especially if you work in advertising!

Oh and those creative types! They are biggest liars in the world! Don’t believe me! Well I have research to back up my claims! Read on to find out how exactly.

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Embrace Chaos!

If you had to choose between two paths – one would lead to chaos and the other to certainty. Which one would you choose? Certainty I’m guessing! This blog post would make you think again! (I hope!)

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Neuroscience, religion and the world we live in!

Science and religion are topics that are hardly ever discussed together without provoking some kind of conflict! Neuroscience has proven that this conflict is more than just hurt egos and rigid beliefs. It is deep rooted in the way our brain works and how we process religious belief. Read on and find out for yourself!

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TEDx Mobily “Power of Perceptions”

Perceptions are powerful because they define our reality. But the fact that they can be so easily manipulated and that mere words and visuals can influence behavior to such an extent is far beyond what I had ever imagined.

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