Four Links to Make You Think October 11th - 15th

Vanessa Munteanu
What motivates people to enter the Squid Game, how does work-life balance fit into a happy life, how to parent in the age of climate change and an invite to Verge 21.

Behavioural psychology: why the hell would you enter the Squid Game?

This article explores the behavioral psychology behind entering the Squid Game that is currently streaming on Netflix. ‘We know that decisions are complex and knotty, but what we don’t know is how we might react when faced with a given decision. After all, we are irrational beings and our actions can only be predicted, or at best guessed, up to a certain point.’ This article explores the behavioral psychology behind entering the Squid Game that is currently streaming on Netflix. 

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How does work-life balance fit into a happy life?

‘Finding the right work-life balance is by no means a new issue in our society. But the tension between the two has been heightened by the pandemic, with workers increasingly dwelling over the nature of their work, its meaning and purpose, and how these affect their quality of life.’ You can also listen to the article below.

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Parenting and climate change

This article is a transcript of a panel ‘organized by n+1 contributor Christine Smallwood in cooperation with Sunrise Kids, a group for parents, babies, and young children that works within the Sunrise Movement to fight for climate justice and to take on the politicians and corporations who are driving the climate crisis. This transcript has been edited and condensed for publication.’

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Attend VERGE 2021

Signol is pleased to announce their attendance and pitch presentation at Verge 21 Accelerate happening October 25-28, 2021 which can be streamed live for free.  

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Signol is a software platform that draws on insights from behavioral economics to encourage employees to make more efficient decisions. Signol provides personalized feedback through multiple communication channels, as well as data analysis for managers. In aviation, Signol aims to use behavioral "nudges" and incentives to reduce pollution and fuel waste and cut operating costs.

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