3 of my favourite TED-style decision making videos

 In Decision-making, Insights, Realizer Blog, Science, Video

Here are 3 of my favourite decision making videos – 2 from Ted, and a Stanford Uni one. Plus a 5 minute talk by myself at Ignite Sydney (like TED but only 5 minute presentations).

One of my favourite decision experts, and author of predictably irrational, Dan Ariely’s amazing TEDx video packed with fascinating examples and stories (20 mins)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X68dm92HVI[/youtube]

 

Here’s Stanford Uni’s Baba Shiv’s 4 minute video on how to make better decisions, and how chemicals in your brain affect the way you make decisions (5 mins)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SS4F1U5FuNM[/youtube]

 

This is my 5 minute Ignite Sydney video of my talk on the 4 villains of decision-making, focused on marketing & how people pick ideas. Featuring Chairman Mao, Kim Il Jong, the Devil’s advocate…and Carol Beer. (5 mins)

[youtube]http://youtu.be/udttRKNdVbE[/youtube]

 

Dan Gilbert’s excellent TED talk on decisions and happiness and why we aren’t always brilliant at choosing the things that make us happy (30mins)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-4flnuxNV4[/youtube]

 

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