• Habits of a Happy Brain

  • The Only Two Books You Will Ever Need to Discover What Neuroscience Says About Habit Formation, to Build Strong Habits and to Achieve the Success You Deserve
  • By: Richard Cross
  • Narrated by: Curtis Wright, Gordon Hensley
  • Length: 3 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (36 ratings)

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By: Richard Cross
Narrated by: Curtis Wright,Gordon Hensley
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Publisher's Summary

If you want to hack your brain and build strong habits to succeed in every area of your life, then keep reading.

The first step is always awareness. 

If you know how something works, then you can change it. 

How many times have you tried to change your habits without succeeding? How many times have you tried to change your life without getting the results you want?

You only can change things you understand, so....
 

If you know how your brain works, then you can change it!

Understanding how your brain works can give you a big boost in achieving your personal growth goals because when you know how something works, you are more willing to make a change and be committed to it.

Knowledge is power!

These two books, 121 Habits of Successful People and Habits and Brain Mutations, explore habits, why your brain likes to take our routines and tasks and turn them into habits, and which habits will get you extraordinary results. 

Some of the things discussed in this bundle include:

  • The basics of habits
  • How habits form
  • Why these habits form
  • How the brain makes and breaks a habit
  • How the brain is able to control our habits
  • How to gain a high level of energy
  • How to plan and work in a team
  • How to get esteem and love from other people

In these two books you can learn:

  • What happens inside the brain when new habits are forming
  • All about the law of hypnotic rhythm and why it is important in habit formation
  • The importance of triggers and rewards when we are forming or breaking habits
  • Techniques to help you finally break bad habits
  • How repetition can be used to help you form positive habits in the brain
  • How to identify the area in your life in which you’d like to change something
  • How to identify in which sub-area of your life you'll have to focus
  • How to select which habits you must build for fast change

And all of this information can help you:

  • Even if you’re not a doctor
  • Even if you’re not a neuroscientist
  • Even if you’ve never studied habit formation before
  • Even if you’ve failed to change in the past
  • Even if you don't believe you can do it

This is your chance to make a big change.

©2019 Richard Cross (P)2019 Richard Cross

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This should be required reading for life, demystifying chemical influences on our feelings and motivations. Excellent book, very enlightening, and so useful to help build on circuits built by accident in childhood.

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I gave this audiobook to a friend and I am glad that she loved it. Pretty impressive!

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This perfectly suited my unique need for a study.

This perfectly suited my unique need for a study aid in long term potentiate, complete with relevant illustrations and intuitive information presentation that makes retaining it easier. There are spelling errors and general formatting issues intermittently, but aside from that I can honestly and confidently recommend this book to anyone looking for a book on these specific topics of neuroscience.

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Amazing audiobook for me.

Amazing audiobook for me. The narrator has a great voice. I really loved it. Amazing indeed!

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This book is for the few people who escaped

This book is for the few people who escaped to a slightly higher level of consciousness. Most people complain and they don't even know why. I wish everyone can listen this book, but most people don't even listen .

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Loved it!

Loved it! This is a simple to understand journey into the brain. It clearly describes how your brain is biased towards survival and not designed for happiness.

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Very interesting listen.

Very interesting listen. Helpful guides to building new pathways in your brain to feel happy about new habits. We are not destined to stay sluggish and unhappy in our adult life!

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This book opened my eyes in a big way

This book opened my eyes in a big way to the motivating factors of human beings and all mammals. It suddenly makes sense to me why there seem to be so many stupid idiots in the world and why I often behave like one of them!

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This book really breaks down a side of the brain

This book really breaks down a side of the brain that I had not even considered.... in a way that is easily understandable and useful! For a fact-finder like me, it really fills in the gaps and provides great info on what to do when there's a dip in dopamine, oxytocin, endorphin or serotonin...interesting stuff. It has me thinking different already.

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Excellent intro for using the neurochemical

Excellent intro for using the neurochemical model as an interface with your emotions. It kind of neglects the power of perspective and self-talk can influence how you feel, but there are already thousands of books out there on that - this looks more at the internal hardware of mood in general.

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  • 08-22-20

Great for your business

Great if you have your own business. I don't so it wasn't that helpful to me.

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  • Student Cas
  • 01-13-22

Did not live up to the title

monotonous delivery and poor content. Maybe ok if you want to change a bad habit but nothing to do with a happy brain.