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“A New Gauge Helps to See What´s Beyond Happiness” NY Times

Written on March 17, 2013 by MRCB Staff & Students in Product Development

It turns out that “the good life” is not just about happiness per se, but about cultivating well-being.  In this short article, NY Times science journalist summarizes some of the ideas and research behind Martin Seligman’s work on well-being.

Questions to think about:  How might companies design their products not only to meet needs, but also add to the well-being of their customers? When a company’s products contribute to well-being, what changes will take place in its relationship with the customer? 



See The 10 Most World-Changing Ads, According To TED

Written on March 5, 2013 by MRCB Staff & Students in Consumer Behavior

We are exposed to millions of ads every day, but which of these actually get to us?
TED focuses on ideas worth spreading and since ads are part of our daily life it makes them worth spreading. These ads not only make you feel butterflies in your stomach, but most importantly they make you feel human and not a as a consumer getting fed information. What these ads have in common is that they are relevant to the culture we live in, the things we go through and the things we feel. Watching these makes you feel understood.

Click here to watch the ads!

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