Monday, December 26, 2016

Why We Love Our Own Creations

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Why We Love Our Own Creations

The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.

- Elder Uchtdorf -

Why We Love Our Own Creations

In this article, behavioral economist Dan Ariely explains why we feel joy and engagement when we make things ourselves. He discusses "The Ikea Effect" and how even small contributions to an item's creation can lead to more affection and attachment to that item. He shares: "The lesson here is that a little sweat equity pays us back in meaning -- and that is a high return." { read more }

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Create something that makes you happy and give it to someone you love.

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