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Customer and user behaviors can seem irrational. Shaped by mental shortcuts and psychological biases, their actions often appear random on the surface. In the Choice Hacking podcast, we'll learn about these "predictably irrational" behaviors and how to use them to create incredible customer experiences.
 
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[0:21] – Jennifer reveals this episode's topic as Walmart and its psychological methods. [2:42] – Check out the new Choice Hacking course – How to Create Persuasive Experiences! [3:41] – Walmart, as Jennifer shares, is well known for its everyday low prices. [4:20] – Learn about Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart. [5:25] – Jennifer explains how Wal…
 
[0:14] – Jennifer opens by discussing Trader Joe's and its popularity. [2:07] – Jennifer explains what Trader Joe's is to someone outside the United States who might not be familiar with it. [2:58] – We learn that one reason for Trader Joe's success is its limited choice. [3:49] – Jennifer refreshes us on what the choice overload principle is. [4:3…
 
Time Stamps [0:37] – Jennifer opens by discussing exercise and its connection to hyperbolic discounting or Present Bias. [2:22] – Jennifer talks more about the overall topic of this episode – how we can apply Peloton's strategies to our own businesses. [3:49] – We learn a little bit more about Peloton, such as when it was founded and why its users …
 
Thank you so much for listening to the Choice Hacking podcast. If you want to learn more, check out the links below for resources. If you decide to support the podcast by buying our book, becoming a member on ChoiceHacking.com, or leaving a tip, you can do that below as well - and thank you in advance, you absolute legend! Thank you so much for lis…
 
Thank you so much for listening to the Choice Hacking podcast. If you want to learn more, check out the links below for resources. If you decide to support the podcast by buying our book, becoming a member on ChoiceHacking.com, or leaving a tip, you can do that below as well - and thank you in advance, you absolute legend! //Join + Follow ►Check ou…
 
Thank you so much for listening to the Choice Hacking podcast. If you want to learn more, check out the links below for resources. If you decide to support the podcast by buying our book, becoming a member on ChoiceHacking.com, or leaving a tip, you can do that below as well - and thank you in advance, you absolute legend! //Join + Follow ►Get a fr…
 
What is the Cashless Effect? How Panera uses psychology to drive its unlimited coffee subscription MIT Research Study: Always Leave Home Without It: A Further Investigation of the Credit-Card Effect on Willingness to Pay Thank you so much for listening to the Choice Hacking podcast. If you want to learn more, check out the links below for resources…
 
Episode Notes What is the Halo Effect? The Undoing Project, by Michael Lewis Thank you so much for listening to the Choice Hacking podcast. If you want to learn more, check out the links below for resources. If you decide to support the podcast by buying our book, becoming a member on ChoiceHacking.com, or leaving a tip, you can do that below as we…
 
What is Loss Aversion? [The Atlantic] A Very Mean (But Maybe Brilliant) Way to Pay Teachers Thank you so much for listening to the Choice Hacking podcast. If you want to learn more, check out the links below for resources. If you decide to support the podcast by buying our book, becoming a member on ChoiceHacking.com, or leaving a tip, you can do t…
 
Related and referenced resources: If you'd like to learn more about the materials I've referenced in this podcast, be sure to check out the links below: What is the Peak-end Rule? Thank you so much for listening to the Choice Hacking podcast. If you want to learn more, check out the links below for resources. If you decide to support the podcast by…
 
Related and referenced resources: What is Confirmation Bias? What is the Peak-end Rule? Thank you so much for listening to the Choice Hacking podcast. If you want to learn more, check out the links below for resources. If you decide to support the podcast by buying our book, becoming a member on ChoiceHacking.com, or leaving a tip, you can do that …
 
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