TED Talk Tuesday: What makes us feel good about your work? by Dan Ariely

Many people can agree that following your passion cannot be compared to just having money, although following your passion and making money at the same time from following your passion is always a nice plus! Money is nice, but the feeling of progress & fulfilling our sense of purpose is even better! In this TED Talk, Dan Ariely reveals two very interesting social experiments that reveal our attitudes towards work and money!

Who is Dan Ariely?

Dan Ariely is a behavioral economist and professor at Duke University. He is also a founding member of the Center for Avanced Hindsight. He is the author of multiple bestselling books: Predictably Irrational, The Upside of Irrationality, and The Honest Truth About Dishonesty. He has also spoken in four other TED Talks that have to do with our psychology. Learn more about Dan Ariely:




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