Adopted from the following great insight shared in the book SuperFreakonomics “People aren’t “good” or “bad.” People are people, and they respond to incentives. They can nearly always be manipulated—for good or ill—if only you find the right levers.”
Adopted from the following great insight shared in SuperFreakonomics “People who buy annuities, it turns out, live longer than people who don’t, and not because the people who buy annuities are healthier to start with. The evidence suggests that an annuity’s steady payout provides a little extra incentive to keep chugging along.”
Adopted from the following great insight from SuperFreakonomics “Deliberate practice has three key components: setting specific goals; obtaining immediate feedback; and concentrating as much on technique as on outcome.”
Adopted from the Steven Levitt’s book SuperFreakonomics.. Deliberate practice has three key components: Setting specific goals Obtaining immediate feedback & Concentrating as much on technique as on outcome.