Do you intend to cut down on animal products, but still find yourself eating cheeseburgers after a stressful day? Do you intend to spend more time doing good in the world, but end up Netflix-binging or Facebook-scrolling the whole evening?
If you are not doing as much good as you would like to, you are not alone. The gap between what we intend to do and what we actually do is something that we all experience, and it can feel frustrating at times.
Jacob Schjødt (check the bottom of the text for background information) will help you get wiser on why you and almost everyone else fall victim to the intention-behaviour gap. Even more importantly, Jacob will give you tools to help you in closing your gaps.
For this free event, we hope to get you closer to understanding and reacting to the gap between what you intend to do and what you spend time doing.
About Jacob: Jacob has studied behavioural economics and behavioural psychology for the past 5 years. He has worked with applying insights from these areas in relation to charitable giving, sustainable consumption, and general sales. He founded the student organisation CBS behavioural, been head of The Red Cross Youth’s leadership development and currently works as a consumer researcher at TDC Group. Jacob has a masters in Philosophy and Business Administration.