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In this episode of the show, we speak with behavioral scientist and FiveMinute Journal Founder UJ Ramdas about the science of gratitude and simple behavioral change

  • UJ’s earlier cultural influences 
  • The journey of self inquiry 
  • Why momentum is critical 
  • How the dots connect in life
  • Using journals to find data about yourself
  • Becoming a better student of yourself
  • Simplifying Your Daily Gratitude Practice
  • Managing cognitive load to change behavior 
  • Applying real world consequences to behavioral change

Quotes

I think almost always, insight is predicated by disaster - UJ Ramdas 

Resources

UJ Ramdas is passionate about bringing together practical psychology and business to create a better world. With a background in Behavioural science, Marketing and Hypnosis, he’s consulted with (several hundred) clients, bringing them from confusion to clarity. Currently based out of Toronto, Canada, he’s a big fan of the wilderness, eastern meditative practices and a good cup of tea.


Originally aired almost 2 years ago.


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