Choice Architecture: Are You Using It?
5 Books to Inspire Change this Summer
Ever Heard of Nudges? You Might Not Know You’re Being Nudged Everyday!
Choice architecture is the practice of influencing choice by changing the way in which options are presented to people. The concept is based on the principle that people do not make decisions in a vacuum.
Learning 21st Century Skills in Unexpected Ways
Be inspired by honest stories of individual courage, resilience, and the power to transform communities, organizations, and even the workplace in difficult times.
Healthy Habits for a New Generation
Last week, I saw school kids in grades 1-7 learn lessons in history, geography, social studies, financial literacy, problem solving, storytelling, cleverness, community, and...
Do Good. Do Well.
Some reports are starting to show obesity rates are finally coming down for young children, and have at least stopped rising in adults and school-age children.
Using Marketing to Get Kids to Eat Fruits & Veggies
When corporations invest in a worthwhile cause – be it the environment, education, or a health-related issue – it’s good for society. Turns out, it might be just as good for a company’s bottom line.
A new campaign that targets children launched last month, featuring celebrity endorsements, a slick design, and powerful messages. The product? Fruits and vegetables.