Humans have long created new rituals when old ones fail to work the way they once did, said Michael Norton, a professor at Harvard Business School who has studied rituals.
Harvard Business School professor Michael Norton [...] coauthored a report on inequality in air travel, arguing that the presence of a first-class cabin heightens tensions among plane passengers.
One way of thinking about how to be most helpful is to take this moment as an opportunity to reflect more broadly on all the charitable giving that you can afford to do.
"[W]e can’t know if we’ll regret any choice until after we’ve made it and committed to it," says Michael Norton.
Host Mike Norton wraps up the first season with a focus on financial well being, and how to use money as a source of happiness.
The way you handle money — your fears, values and even your goals — are profoundly shaped by the people who raised you.
Host Mike Norton explores how our irrational impulses affect our decisions — both personally and financially — and what we can do about it.
Host Mike Norton explores why our brains are hard-wired to believe misinformation — and how to keep your life and finances grounded in the facts.