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ChinwagPsych where behavioural science meets business.
ChinwagPsych where behavioural science meets business.

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Last chance to nominate in 2016 Europas startup awards. Closes Fri 18 tonight midnight http://chw.ag/1RrpJsg

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How to achieve stuff long-term: fall in love with systems, not goals. by @james_clear http://chw.ag/1SVc0zo

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Insightful blog post on the studies that build a picture of the rise of authoritarianism. Long read.

Authoritarians are a real constituency that exists independently of Trump — and will persist as a force in American politics.

It is as if, the NYU professor Jonathan Haidt has written, a button is pushed that says, "In case of moral threat, lock down the borders, kick out those who are different, and punish those who are morally deviant."

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Why companies don't hire 40+ year olds. And why that could be a mistake.

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Daring hackers to wreck your life. Predictably terrifying results.

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Thinking Digital Conference London is shaping up to be a rather must-see event. Check out the full speaker list including: Eileen Burbidge (Passion Capital) , Bruce Daisley (Twitter), Heather Knight (ex-MIT Media Lab), Carla Buzasi (WGSN), Joanna Montgomery (@Little Riot) for starters...

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Politeness works. Science shouws it's not just the thanker, but also the thankee that benefits: The power of please and thank you.

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The Top 25 Most Influential Conversion Rate Optimization Experts in 2015 including past speakers Craig Sullivan, Andre Morys, Bart Schultz, Brian Massey amongst others. Great people to follow on blog & twitter.

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What on earth is a Chief Design Officer? Thankfully Design Council's James Pallister explains. Turns out, quite handy if you're doing that there design-thinking thang.

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"Azzopardi’s frauds relied on a quirk of human nature: when we become swept up in powerful narrative, our reason often falls by the wayside." Long, thoughtful piece on how stories deceive and how our brains helps them.
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