Psychoeconomics is relatively new. I met this branch of knowledge around five years ago when I read “Nudge” by Richard Thaler. Explore how behavioral economics influences charity and well-being, the ‘helper’s high’, and spending behavior, enriching our psychoeconomic richness.
November 23, 2023
Duality Could Cut Us Off. Why Should We Choose Which Side We Are On?
Thinking outside the box: reasons has more than two faces
Exploring non-dual thinking to overcome cultural differences globally, fostering understanding of others’ perspectives for neutrality in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
November 11, 2023
Why sarcasm is hurtful while irony sparks connections Imagine a workshop scenario with an experienced manager, a group of newcomers, and an intern. The experienced supervisor has conceited manners, and his behavior borders on narcissism. At the end of the explanation of the assignment, he dismisses the group. Then the intern asks a question, unrelated […]
October 30, 2023
Learn how continued study can lead to personal growth and a deeper understanding of the world around us What if I told you that the pursuit of knowledge transformed my life during one of the world’s most challenging times? Some days ago I saw a post by a friend of mine, who was attending a motivational […]
October 22, 2023