Behavioural economics is the study of human psychology and understanding what influences human behaviour and decision-making. We like to think we are always rational in our thinking and the decisions we make, but behavioural science studies conclude that our emotions and external factors tend to trump rationality. Meaning, our emotions, more times than not, play a bigger part in what drives behaviour and our motivations.Scroll Down
Reward behaviours, then achievements, then results.
Nudge from knowing it to feeling it to doing it.
Be graphic and dramatic.
Simply, frequently and with relevance.
Reward a person who continues to move up and so will your results.
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Idiosyncratic fit is the feeling that you enjoy a unique advantage in achieving a goal, making a sale, beating an opponent, or completing a task.
The chemical dopamine, along with norepinephrine and serotonin interact in the human body that produces positive results, such as improving overall health, motivation, and performance.