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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.
Very good pointers in this book to make you self aware. It could have gone a step further on the 'how to' path. I see that there is a book out there that does just that.Published 1 day ago by Rupi
This book is not what one would or might imagine. It's not a traditional self-help book that'll get you no where and hardly ever work. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Joe Hartmann
Combining a digestible mix of science and common sense, this work identifies and spells out ways we can all benefit in the search for a better life.Published 13 days ago by David Harding
One of the best books I've ever read!!! Backed by tons of research, I learned so much. This book will teach you and help you to understand how we as humans live each day with... Read morePublished 14 days ago by James M.
Brilliant. Applying on a daily basis. Buy 2 copies - one to hold and one to share.Published 18 days ago by Peter W Schibli
He made some pretty good points, and they're backed up by the research, but I think he's slightly off the mark. Read morePublished 21 days ago by wayne
Lots of examples,sounds plausible. Would recommend to a friend. Studies sound interesting. Made me reconsider talk g in different projects all at once.Published 24 days ago by Benedicto J Ramos
This book is based on two key premises:-
1. You have a finite amount of willpower that becomes depleted as you use it.
2. Read more