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From: Time Healthland

Mind Reading: How to Use Quirks of the Mind to Change Behavior

TIME Healthland:

How can we motivate ourselves to do what we really want to do? By better understanding the brain’s unconscious tendencies and tactics, argues journalist Wray Herbert — or, in other words, tricking ourselves into doing it.

In his new book, On Second Thought: Outsmarting Your Brain’s Hard-Wired Habits, Herbert, who has been writing about psychology for more than three decades, offers insight into how to use the quirks of the mind to change behavior.

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