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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.
Well written, good points - if you can make yourself sit down and read it.Published 4 days ago by Robert Hall
A very well researched and cited book. Very logically sequenced giving the reader great insight into what willpower is, what drives it, diminishes it and strategies to preserve itPublished 6 days ago by Gordon D
Roy Baumeister's Willpower was an enjoyable book, and fascinating for what it says about us as human beings. The most fascinating point is this. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Billie Pritchett
They take a potentially dry subject and make it interesting. The book is very easy to read. I recommend it to anyone who wants to better themselves.Published 12 days ago by Invest50Entrep
A very well written and worthwhile book. All the topics are supported by scientific research and turned into practical advise.Published 20 days ago by Claus Aasholm
Informative history, practical examples, clear and concise definitions. The concluding chapter has an excellent wrap-up.Published 1 month ago by Wally Harman