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Dan Gilbert – Exploring The Frontiers of Happiness

Posted on: December 26, 2008

This 20 minutes presentation by Dan Gilbert illustrates the many examples of the tendencies that we have in underestimating or at times overestimating things that really makes it hard for us to make good rational decisions on the many things that we have to decide on. Pretty insightful and definitely worth a watch.

Oh and by the way Merry Christmas and have a Joyful Year in 2009!

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