*This happened on the 11th of October, 2020 Sunday 5 PM IST. **Find the deck below! So, I have been receiving many queries on LinkedIn and Facebook for guidance related to careers in behavioural sciences and ways to learn more. I've tried to make some time for these queries but there are just too many … Continue reading Chat about Behavioural Science Career
Reasoning is the servant of emotions! We all have an image of ourselves we try to maintain - to feel good about ourselves and to show others. The drive to maintain this self-image is very strong - a very fundamental goal we work towards every second of our life, consciously and non-consciously (majorly). At the same … Continue reading Being smart makes it worse!
How do we make most decisions? - based on a under-the-surface super fast process of emotions. Emotions have evolutionarily served the purpose of doing the job of thinking, so we don’t waste time in overthinking an opportunity or get bitten by a snake 🐍. Media has been influencing this super-subtle process of judgement while using images … Continue reading Nuisance of stock images
How we stall our learning <my current thoughts> - Growing up, we take what our teachers/parents/seniors tell us as truth. Listening to someone saying something new makes us think they know BETTER. They just know something MORE. Information gap can be filled easily. Till the time we fill this information gap (if we do), we … Continue reading On Learning
If I tell you a very interesting story (pitch) that flows very well, you are *more likely* to believe it. But, you are also less likely to question the nuances of it. Of course, in many cases, good impression is a result of good content, but can it also be the other way round <perception … Continue reading On Story Telling / Selling