David McRaney On The Surprising Science of How Minds Change – This Week’s Six Pixels of Separation Podcast

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Episode #829 of Six Pixels of Separation is now live and ready for you to listen to.

When you have a curious mind, you might find yourself wondering what it takes to truly change someone’s mind… is that even possible? Especially as things get as crazy as they have become? David McRaney had his own mind changed (about many things)… and it surprised him. David is a science journalist, and he’s fascinated with all things brains, minds and culture. He created the blog/book/podcast, You Are Not So Smart, to get a better understanding of self-delusion and motivated reasoning. He started the blog in 2009, and the book became a bestseller shortly after (now available in 17 languages). His second book, You Are Now Less Dumb, was released in 2013, and his latest book is, How Minds Change – The Surprising Science of Belief, Opinion and Persuasion. David also recently wrote, produced, and recorded a six-hour audio documentary, Exploring Genius, that dives deep into the history of the idea and the word: genius. With that, if you think that we can’t motivate others to rethink their beliefs, you would be wrong. If you still don’t believe me, listen to this show. Enjoy the conversation…

You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via Apple Podcast or whatever platform you may choose): Six Pixels of Separation #829.

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