Dr. Sanna Balsari-Palsule is a Personality Scientist and Associate Professor. She draws on insights from psychology, behavioural economics and neuroscience to enable human flourishing.
From making better decisions, building habits to changing behaviour, Dr. Balsari-Palsule applies behavioural science to the range of the human experience, focusing on the inner psychological factors that lead to human flourishing.
Her research has been featured by The Atlantic, New York Magazine, Vice, Refinery 29, First Post, amongst others. She is a columnist for Fast Company and Psychology Today where she writes on topics related to personality change and the stretch of human possibility. Over the years, she has made multiple speaking and podcast appearances from the BBC to a keynote for the United Nations on behaviour change.
Her trilogy of mini books on personality were published in May 2022.
She completed her PhD from the University of Cambridge and has taught at the Judge Business School, Cambridge and teaches the "How to Change a Life"certificate at Ashoka University.