Ten Things I Learned in My Twenties
Ajyal Talks – Panel, DURATION: 60min
Fri, Dec 2, 06:00 PM, Katara Building 16, Drama Theatre (K16-DT)Reservations Start
Wed Nov 16, 02:00 PM (GMT+3)
Mohammed Al Hajji speaks on ‘What I Learned in My Twenties’, in which he outlines the major life lessons he learned as a young GCC student living in the USA. A doctoral student and teaching assistant in the social and behavioural sciences at Temple University in Philadelphia, Al Hajji focuses on the effects of biases and heuristics in decision-making processes. Besides his academic ventures, he co-founded Genome, a social entrepreneurship project that aims to curb hereditary diseases in Saudi Arabia. His online content focuses on empowering his peers by providing scientifically based self-development methods that help the young generation make the most of their daily lives.
This programme is presented in English with simultaneous Arabic translation. Interpreters will be available for questions from the audience.