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Nir Eyal
Nir And Far
Business, Behaviour and the Brain
Nir And Far, a podcast about business, behaviour and the brain by Nir Eyal. Support this podcast:
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4.4 stars from 93 ratings
Oh dear.
Why the horrible narration? Can’t listed to 10 seconds.
Zinnia1280 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/17/22
Hello Nier, first I would like to thank you for sharing your knowledge, it has opened my eyes to a new world that I love! I would like to ask you about how to focus a UX career towards behavioral design? I ask this because in LATAM we are in another context in which there is still no emphasis on...Read full review »
Julianaromero via Apple Podcasts · Colombia · 06/29/22
Great content, grating execution
I’m a big fan of Nir and his work. But his podcast doesn’t get listened to completion. The format is this: Nir writes an essay, then has a voice over actor with a folksy Burl Ives type of voice to read the essay. And the effect is inauthentic and grating. Read it yourself, Nir, and save on the...Read full review »
OneNoteTrier via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/07/22
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