The Zero Sum World View | Aashi Chougule | Kendrick School





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Published on May 1, 2019

In this TED talk, Aashi discusses the zero sum view of the world most people hold without knowing it, and why it's wrong. She explains how helping someone else can seem like a disadvantage for you at the time, but actually end up creating a better situation for everyone.

Aashi Chougule is 14 years old and believes that being kind costs much less than people think.

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