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Some of us learn best in the classroom, and some of us ... well, we don't. But we still love to learn, to find out new things about the world and challenge our minds. We just need to find the right place to do it, and the right community to learn with. In this charming talk, author John Green shares the world of learning he found in online video.
Everybody is familiar with the feeling that things are not as they should be. That you are not successful enough, your relationships not satisfying enough. That you don’t have the things you crave. In this video we want to talk about one of the strongest predictors of how happy people are, how easily they make friends and how good they are at dealing with hardship. An antidote against dissatisfaction so to speak: Gratitude.
"(Dis)Honesty – The Truth About Lies" delves into the intricate world of human deception, exploring the ubiquity of lying in our lives. Psychologist Dan Ariely and his team dissect the mechanisms behind dishonesty, from white lies to significant frauds. Through personal accounts, the documentary exposes the rationalizations of individuals, including a Wall Street trader and a cheating spouse, shedding light on the justifications people invent for their deceit. Ariely's research uncovers the complexities of dishonesty, revealing the blurred line between harmless lies and catastrophic deception, questioning our collective morality, and exploring potential solutions to this epidemic of cheating that erodes public trust.
2015 • Lifehack