Unique Well-Being Influences of Experience and Memory

Daniel Kahneman, a Nobel Prize winning scientist, co-creator of Prospect Theory, and the father of Behavioral Economics discusses unexpected influences on happiness, well-being, and satisfaction in this provocative TED presentation about the difficulties of understanding happiness, “The Riddle of Experience Versus Memory”.  The presentation provides a new way to think about what we chose to do. Enjoy – I also encourage you to read his excellent book, “Thinking Fast & Slow”.

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Be Well’r,
Craig Becker
I look forward to hearing about how you use selfish, selfless, synergy to Practice Paneugenesis by creating interactions so everyone and everything benefits!

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  1. […] to me because I read it after reading and learning a lot from other work by Daniel Kahneman (seeUnique Well-Being Influences of Experience and Memory, Emotions Drive Actions: Create a Strong Positive Picture and […]

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  2. […] Our irrationality is explained in detail by the Behavior Economics and brilliantly by Daniel Kahneman in Thinking Fast & Slow. For more information about these topics you can see posts here  andhere. […]

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  3. […] discussed in Flourish (see this post), Kahneman discussed in Thinking Fast & Slow (see this post), and Gladwell in Blink: The Power of Thinking without Thinking about why it is good to have […]

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