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How do we make decisions in our daily lives? Are there any algorithms behind the decisions we take? and finally, can we optimise those algorithms? In this episode, we examine our own thinking and understand the default algorithms we use in our everyday lives, from finding a house to finding a partner. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com…
 
There's timeless wisdom in the ancient Indian text Bhagavad Gita, which is said to hold the answers to human existence's most profound questions. This week, with our friend Akash Verma's help, we'll examine this ancient text and extract any practical learnings we can use in our daily lives. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/unjustifie…
 
Humans have been travelling for centuries. We travel for different reasons, be it relaxation, try out new food and culture, make stronger bonds with friends, or discover ourselves. In this episode, we will talk about the allure of travelling and why it is important for humans. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/unjustified-true-beliefs…
 
This episode discusses the four happiness chemicals, namely dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphins. Which are responsible for our happiness, we also discuss ways to hack these chemicals so that we can feel happier more often and at will. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/unjustified-true-beliefs3600/exclusive-content…
 
This week we'll be discussing some dilemmas around looks: If most of our communication is non-verbal, then looks matter a lot. But we're advised not to put too much emphasis on looks. Secondly, it is said that beauty is in the beholder's eye, in which case first impressions would have different effects on different people. And coming to first impre…
 
We all procrastinate, big things or small. But is procrastination all that bad? Can it be used mindfully? If it's a problem in your life, what are some strategies to overcome it? These questions and many more on this topic will be discussed in this episode of Unjustified True Beliefs. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/unjustified-true…
 
How much can we trust our memories? Are they always an accurate representation of the truth? In season two of Unjustified True Beliefs, we will delve into some of the memory-related biases that humans have. It is said memories dictate our behaviour and behaviour dictates our life. Thus the importance of forming good and accurate memories are highly…
 
Wrapping up the season with one of the core beliefs behind the podcast. Wisdom of the crowd is a framework we use in everyday life for our decision making but is it suitable for all situations, or are there other frameworks for better decision making. Find out in the season finale! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/unjustified-true-be…
 
The issue of profiling and stereotyping is prevalent in today's society, but is it true? Why do we have this unconscious bias towards people different from us? What are some ways we can be more accepting and open towards humanity no matter where they come from or how they look? These questions are discussed in the latest episode of Unjustified True…
 
We wear different masks in society, depending on the whom we are interacting with our behaviour is different. In this episode, we attempt to understand our personalities based on the twelve archetype framework proposed by Carl Jung. We discuss ancestral knowledge pass down to us in our genetics and compare it against the blank slate theory that we …
 
In this episode, we discuss many aspects of attention and focus. With numerous things craving our attention daily, how do we decide where we should pay our attention? Are we getting polarised as a society based on the customised media that we are consuming? Such questions and many more are discussed in this episode of Unjustified True Beliefs Suppo…
 
Warning: You'll feel hungry after listening to this episode. So have your favourite dish next to you while listening. In this episode, we discuss the beliefs around veganism, vegetarianism and different types of diet plans available in the market nowadays—our relationship with food and reasons behind our comfort food. Free marketing for healthifyme…
 
Your fashion choice to your hobbies and your future partners' media has a huge impact on our personality and behaviour. TV shows you watch when you were young or even till date can influence all your behaviour. We live in a world where we're always connected. In this podcast, we will question the belief how much of our personality is shaped by the …
 
It gets difficult to know when we are going wrong in life maybe because of some actions or some inactions. In this podcast, we try to identify some indicators to do our course correction and talk about some qualities be can adopt to figure out when we are going wrong. Having no expectations is better in cases when the outcome is uncertain. Support …
 
Eight novice philosophers discussing 'if learning gets harder as we grow' examining this question from a psychological and environmental point of view. Does add responsibility as an adult makes it harder to learn or is it our inhibition to challenge our established identity. How important is it to have a growth mindset for learning new things? Supp…
 
Music takes you back, music connects people and music makes you feel. We talked about the evolution of music, our association with music and the importance of music in our lives. It was an emotional rollercoaster of an experience. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice …
 
Seven novice philosophers are trying to answer one of the most profound questions ever. Who are we? Are we our body, mind or emotions? We learned about what is meaningful in life, what is spirituality and does meditation work for everyone. To know more tune in to this episode. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/unjustified-true-beliefs…
 
Four intellectuals talking about their experiences with cognitive biases and some strategies to overcome them. To live in a less wrong world we ourselves need to be less wrong thus let's help each other to be better humans.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app ( https://anchor.fm/s/30cc4…
 
One data scientist, one machine learning engineering and a software engineer talking about life as a vector and how to optimise your life choices. We venture into the unknown to find ourselves. Featuring : Sudarshan Kumar, Karthik Kannan & Saaransh Mehta. Special mention : Akshay Bhardwaj --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way t…
 
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