Rahul Mali

About Rahul

Rahul co-founded Aims Digital in 2002 where his role at the helm of technology and operations helps Aims Digital win and retain enviable customers across the globe. Rahul co-ordinates with global customers and loves designing and implementing cross cultural, platform-independent e-Learning and mLearning solutions. Be it introducing concepts, principles or devising techniques like videos and storytelling, Rahul thrives on designing solutions.

5 Ways a New Skill Can Help Improve Your Career

5 Ways a New Skill Can Help Improve Your Career

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Learning is not a destination, but a journey. Every day, every new experience, every interaction with a person, known or unknown, is an opportunity to learn something new. At times consciously; at times, subconsciously.

At your workplace, it becomes even more critical to keep learning, whether it’s new skills, new knowledge or simply to upgrade your knowledge.

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Tricking The Mind to Learn: Benefiting From Cognitive Biases

Tricking The Mind to Learn: Benefiting From Cognitive Biases

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Left to itself, learning is a fairly simple process. We see; we experience; and we learn. Our mind somehow assimilates the information that interests it, and it gets retained.

The challenge arises when we look to impart formal, sit-down training. That is when things get tricky. Any training that is mundane doesn’t stick and the mind begins to forget as quickly as it learns.

But there’s a secret of the mind that aids and engages the audience – Cognitive Bias.

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Creating an Impact - with Videos

Creating an Impact - with Videos

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Google any topic, and at least 3-4 (if not more) results will turn out to be videos. Engaging, interactive, very clickable, there is a reason why videos are better at passing on information and ideas than static visuals or text-only methods.

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Recent Comments
Guest — Paul Smulders
Couldn't agree more!
Sunday, 22 May 2016 01:37
Guest — Ashwin
Around 60-80% of viewers are more likely to buy after watching a product video. People in general vastly prefer watching over read... Read More
Friday, 24 June 2016 16:05