Psychological Facts That Will Blow Your Mind! – Rory Sutherland – MasteryTV

Psychological Facts That Will Blow Your Mind! – Rory Sutherland – MasteryTV

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  1. Well there you go. In ten minutes I got my most valuable lesson. Find Rory, listen some more. Now, that's assuming he's the originator of some of these ideas as oppoosed to a simple narrator. However, my guess is, yes, yes, yes. Anyway, Great Stuff!

  2. The plus side to tax is that it pays for infastructure, social programs, and other neccessities that we expect and benefit from everyday. So in effect, I believe we do have something to gain by paying tax. This is looking on the bright side of course.

  3. Tax? No upside? This man clearly hasn't taken a look at the public education system in the US. Kids in wealthier neighborhoods get well-funded schools. The other get the standard model that is intentionally lackluster.

  4. Dude. The color yellow is in fact a color once mixed with green and red. It’s not an illusion at all. Lol. It’s a physical reaction to light/ink/ what have you. This is not just in your head. Lol. I was severely disappointed in this video. The title had me excited, only to be let down by a bunch of ordinary things anybody with the slightest of IQ would already know. It’s either that, or I’m a fucking genius and I didn’t know it.

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