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Why We See Things Differently
People can see things differently when presented with the same visual evidence — from party trick optical illusions to courtroom videos of police arrests. Why? The difference isn't in our eyes, but in our memories, and where our mind focuses its gaze. By becoming more aware of our visual attention biases, we can gain a broader and more informed perspective of the world.
How To Achieve ANY Goal
with Stephen Scoggins
World Science Fair
Fooling the Eye: Revealing the Truth
People can see things very differently when presented with the same visual evidence — from party trick optical illusions to courtroom videos of police arrests. The difference is in our eyes, but also in our memories, and where your mind focuses its gaze. By becoming more aware of our visual attention biases, we can gain a broader and more informed perspective of the world.
Does Food Taste Better When Someone Else Makes It?
The Knowledge Project
The Science of Setting and Achieving Goals
Social psychologist Emily Balcetis goes in-depth on understanding how people’s perceptions of the world fuel their motivations and life goals, what she’s learned from studying some of the world’s most successful people and how they set goals, and how you can get better results in life if you change the way you see the world and where you place your focus.
The We Do Hard
Why the Secret to Success is Setting the Right Goals
Dr. Balcetis explains how to best break down, visualize and overcome the challenges we face as we work towards hitting our goals.
Tools for Setting & Achieving Goals
Dr. Emily Balcetis and Dr. Andrew Huberman discuss tools that anyone can use to achieve physical and/or cognitive goals more effectively.
Text, Email, Insta, DMs and More. How to Better Manage These Platforms
Sue O'Connell of NECN does her weekly Sue on the Streets segment about whether we have too many platforms to check on a daily basis. Then she talks to Professor Emily Balcetis of NYU about how best we can disconnect from these different platforms.
The Power of Narrow Visual Focus
Ever wondered why you can’t meet your fitness goals? Dr. Emily Balcetis turned to elite runners to find out.
Strategy Sprints with Simon Severino
The Behavioral Science of Setting Goals
with Sally Boardman
How Successful People See the World
with Alain Guillot
Real Leaders Podcast
Seeing Better Leadership
Emily divulges her current research into what successful work cultures embrace, how to set the goldie-locks goal, and why it just could be as simple as changing the optics.
Good Morning America
The Hidden Secret to Achieving Your Goals
Emily Balcetis, author of the book, "Clearer, Closer, Better: How Successful People See the World," shares four ways you can envision and achieve your own goal
with Jay Scherr
Emily shares the four powerful visual strategies to reshape the way we see the world and how we can use them to our advantage for setting and achieving goals, the impact of social media on our view of the world, how she reframes failure, and more.
Theories of Meaning
A Roundtable Discussion
with Emily Ballets, Ned Block, Lawrence Friedman,
and Edward Smith
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