I expected the Jetsons. I got the Flintstones.

I expected the Jetsons. I got the Flintstones.

Back in December, I bought an Echo Dot. One of the new Internet of Things gadgets that promises to be a personal assistant. Kind of like a butler. Or maybe more of a genie, because it can do magical things,

Further Reading (and listening and watching)

I have been asked several times over the past few months, at workshops and conferences, for recommendations on other Behaviour Change resources. So I have compiled the following list of further reading. These are resources that are interesting, easy to

I was nudged in New York, and I liked it

I was nudged in New York, and I liked it

On a recent trip to New York, I was the subject of a nudge. Just like those described by Noble Prize winner Richard Thaler in his book Nudges. And I liked it. But first, some background. I have always felt

1 Behaviour Change Myth To Stop Believing

I can’t tell you how many times, while conducting a seminar on behaviour change, I have heard someone say “teach the kids, and they will go home and teach the parents.” Others present often support the statement with lots of

Behaviour Change Friday Email Blast – June 9, 2017 – Beware the Invaders Edition

Behaviour Change Friday Email Blast – June 9, 2017 – Beware the Invaders Edition

Behaviour Change Friday Email Blast 5 Bits of Behaviour Change Goodness Delivered to Your Inbox Every Friday Hi folks, On this side of the world we are getting into prime warm weather recreation time, including gardening, hiking and watersports. Schools