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Birthday Gifts

My 50th is getting closer and closer (April 29th) and because a few people have asked me over the past few days what I want for my birthday, I am walking while wondering about what makes a good gift.  There are a…

Birthday Gifts

My 50th is getting closer and closer (April 29th) and because a few people have asked me over the past few days what I want for my birthday, I am walking while wondering about what makes a good gift.  There are a…

Hiking the Israel National Trail

I’m just starting the second week of my month-long hike, and have been tracking some things along the way: Light Happiness Deep Happiness Love Optimism Regret Empathy Loving Nature Work Separation Anxiety Communication Anxiety So far, I appear to be pretty stable…

Email Notifications

How many of our emails should we know about the moment someone decides to email us? 205 billion.  That’s the number of emails we sent and received in 2015, and that number is expected to grow to 246 billion by 2019.[1]  What does…

The Trust Factory

Hey everyone, I hope this blog post finds you well. Recently, I wrote a short paper about trust…. The paper, Trust Factory, discusses elements of trust; specifically regarding the way organizations can interact with individuals to build trust. If you’re interested in…

A Survey about Spending

As spending money becomes easier (think of credit cards, Apple Pay, and Google Wallet, among others), we have more opportunities to spend our money well, and to spend it not so well. In collaboration with Qapital, we have made a survey to…

Now Accepting Startup Lab Applications

The Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke is now accepting applications for its second cohort of the Startup Lab, which begins October 2016. Health and Finance startups with a keen interest in applying behavioral insights to their products and exploring original research…

New World Bank Initiative to Tackle Human Relationships

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, March 30, 2016 After decades of attempting to tackle some of the world’s most challenging problems, such as poverty, conflict, and economic mismanagement, the World Bank announced today that it will now tackle the principal cause of human misery….

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