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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.
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Very much enjoyed this book. I'd read a fairly number of articles and books on willpower and was familiar with the muscle model and surrounding details. Read morePublished 7 days ago by R. Anthony
Very insightful, fun quick read. Yes it benefited me by helping me realize how keep my "willpower levels" consistently strong.Published 8 days ago by Clint
And I need to re-read it from time to time!
If you are a procrastinator, this book is for you.
I thought this book was extremely helpful in introducing ways to build and strengthen will power, as well as explaining the reasons for not having enough when you think you should... Read morePublished 28 days ago by C Muryn