White Lies; Let’s Talk about It

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Duration: 1h
Lectures: 5

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Speaking about white lie

Highly motivated to lie!

Your takeaway at the end of this lesson: enough vocabulary and well-managed ideas to confidently spark a conversation about lie-telling.

Kim Serota, a marketing professor at Oakland University believes that expert liars are motivated enough to be able to do it willfully. For them Lie-telling is the only means of getting ahead and they strongly believe it.

The underlying reason for lying might be unique to everyone; we may use frequent fibbing in a relationship to keep a loved one happy, which is not usually true. We may also stretch the truth, just a little bit, to save face at workplace. Lying can bring some types of benefit to us,

which can be a good reason to spew forth a greater number of big lies. This is when we agree to consume our existence to protect our dishonesty from discovery, and when our well-being begins to give out.

On the contrary, concealing truth sometimes has played a key role in helping us to thrive in human society while taking a toll on our well-being. This is strange!

Let’s learn more and speak about it.

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What You Know

Test Yourself; Fib
3 questions
Come up with your answers; Do you lie?
10 m

What You Need to Learn

Watch and Learn; Adapting to Dishonesty
10 m
White Lies -Key Vocabulary Part 1
10 m
White Lies -Key Vocabulary Part 2
10 m

What You Learned

Dive in; Prolific Liars
Review; White Lies
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