Mindset

Mindset

Carol Dweck  [ Mindset ] I’d like to introduce you to my version of happiness. For me happiness is being infinitely curious. It’s being – it’s constantly learning. It’s constantly mastering new and difficult tasks. And yet, many of the things we do to motivate our kids are sapping their desire to learn. How do we make sure then that kids and adults

Tiny Habits

Tiny Habits

B.J. Fogg [ Habit Formation ] What we’re going to do, right now, we’re going to practice some behavior change. The organizers of this event have been very good at providing some supplies. I want all of you to look under your seat, right now, and see what surprise is waiting for you. What I want you to do, and we debated whether

Delay

Delay

Frank Partnoy [ Attention Economy ] ex-Wall Street derivative trader and self-confessed procrastinator, reveals the science behind our decision-making disasters and successes, and argues that decisions of all kinds, whether ‘snap’ or long-term, benefit from being made at the last possible moment. FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT: Peter Gorges

Cain’s Google

Cain’s Google

Susan Cain [ Bias Networks ] Hello everyone. I have come to believe from researching and writing this book for about seven years now, started back in 2005, I’ve come to believe that introversion and extroversion are as profound a part of who we are, as core to our identities as our gender. Therefore it’s very important to understand where we truly fall

Buddha Brain

Buddha Brain

Rick Hanson [ Mindset ] I’m not here to push Buddhism or any ism, but it’s a source of great insight into actually how the mind works, as well as psychology and neurology. That said, I think it’s humbling and appropriate to appreciate the fact that there’s really, literally, so little we actually know about the mind and the brain these days. No