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ROY F. BAUMEISTER directs the social psychology program at Florida State University. He has written more than 450 scientific publications and consistently ranks among the world’s most frequently cited psychologists.
JOHN TIERNEY writes the “Findings” science column for the New York Times. His writing has won awards from the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Institute of Physics. This is his third book.
This book is very interesting if you are curious about the science and research behind willpower.
To have a better understanding of how we all handle the challenges of life when we're at our best and when we're not, this book is highly recommended.
This is because so much willpower is being used to stop taking drugs that willpower is depleted, which makes the addict want drugs even more.
Informative history, practical examples, clear and concise definitions. The concluding chapter has an excellent wrap-up.Published 5 hours ago by Wally Harman
creative way to look at our actions but as with lot of research in behavioral science there could be alternative explanations to what is being considered cause and effect.Published 13 days ago by Amit Desai
Practical and relevant this book is fascinating!
I loved all the interesting stories and the style of the authors. Read more
I loved this book. Great message I would def read it againPublished 29 days ago by Danielle Quinlan
This was a great read. I expected a certain approach with lots of inspirational quips and jargon, but this book goes deep and thorough. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Terry13z
Awesome book. Well-written, interesting and helpful. Finished it and actually started reading it again right away. Made tons of notes. Highly recommended!Published 1 month ago by Jill A.
Great book, it's a good start to help you out in your thinking process for learning more willpower you never have enoughPublished 1 month ago by James Andrews