7 Researched Steps On How To Be Better Person

Eric Barker writes Barking Up the Wrong Tree.

  • We all want to know how to be a better person. The science can be surprising. First, remember context, context, context. Your context dramatically affects your behavior, so manipulating it is the easiest, most painless way to change yourself. This is why the religious are nicer on Sundays and mentioning God makes people clean up their act. Thinking about your childhood (seriously, get a teddy bear) and seeing others do nice things can make you act more ethically. Our circumstances can make it hard to be objective even when you really should be. Across the board, you behave better when you feel you’re being watched, whether it’s an image of a pair of eyes, a security camera or a mirror.

Read the remaining six steps in the source site, after the first two paragraphs. Click.. here.

Source Credits: Eric Barker in Time

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