New York, NYUSA
Hometown: Tokyo, Japan
May 5, 2013
I have been interested in self-knowledge for self-improvement since my first fat-scale that I received as a Christmas present almost 10 years ago. There is increasing convergence today around internet of things and biometric sensors, but can be meaningless if without mindful, human design to incorporate into real behavior change. Also interested in management behavior change in business organizations.
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I have been tracking my weight and body fat in an Excel file for about eight years since early Tanita scales. A family competition to lose weight: first prize was gym membership, second prize was shoes, third prize was a pair of socks! Turned into an annual competition, and entire family has been healthier for it.
Depending on scheduling (tricky!), professors visiting from Philadelphia campus: Kevin Webach (gamification), David Bell (consumer choice behavior)
Wharton SF campus in Hills Brothers Coffee building.
My name is Hardy Simes, and I'm a student at Wharton SF, also working full-time on a QS idea for mental wellness and cognitive performance.