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Hi, achiever

By Marc Wilson In Psychology

Once upon a time, I “did TV”. That’s to say, during weekends when I wasn’t at my day job, I would fly to Auckland to work on a TV show.

I learnt many things. For example, I discovered that the way the picture cuts back and forth between two people apparently talking face-to-face without the audience catching sight of the camera is, wait for it, by filming simultaneously from two angles. Yes, I know it’s obvious when you think about it.

The theme of one of the series I worked on was the psychology of success: whether success means oodles of money, having your own airline or just ...

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