Years ago I took a Behavioral Economics workshop under Dan Ariely of Duke University. Dan is what I call a rockstar teacher because he’s funny and really captures his audience, be it in his classrooms or Ted Talk. His first book Predictably Irrational published in 2010 was the reason I became interested in Behavioral Economics. Watch this!
1. Mom and Son Podcast – Season 4 Episode 2 (MARTIN FAUSTO – Brand’eM)
We got Son No.1 for today’s episode! Brand’eM has recently turned 4 years old and is a rare scenario of a start-up that didn’t lose money in its starting years. How did this happen? Join us as we talk about the challenges Martin faces being the boss at an early age, how he manages his company and some insights of his based on his experience in the industry. 1:07 – What does Brand’eM do? 8:44 – How he learned how to be a boss, 10:35 – His journey to take the step of starting his own business, 14:04 – balance of being a boss, 20:09 – his company’s practice of conducting Industry Research, 29:33 – how this generation perceives what a good brand is.
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Originally uploaded in Anton Fausto’s YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/aEgRyMVrXAs
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Rose Fres Fausto is a speaker and author of bestselling books Raising Pinoy Boys and The Retelling of The Richest Man in Babylon (English and Filipino versions). Click this link to read samples – Books of FQ Mom. She is a Behavioral Economist, Certified Gallup Strengths Coach and the grand prize winner of the first Sinag Financial Literacy Digital Journalism Awards. Follow her on Facebook & YouTube as FQ Mom, and Twitter & Instagram as theFQMom. Her latest book is FQ: The nth Intelligence.