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
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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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The 3 things I loved

This audiobook did 3 things that I love.

first, it gave descriptive stories and examples to relate to

second, technical terminology is used within the details

third, references! other books and people

the cherry on top, the narrator's voice is smooth yet compelling!

highly recommend.

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I love it, and I learned a lot.

I love the content of this book. It was very eye opening.
I liked the reader, but it sounded like it was in slow motion. Like she read too fast, and they had to slow down the speed.

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Very good

I enjoyed this book about neurotransmitters. The author seems to have done his research and provides great information.

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Fascinating dissection of human motivation

Fun to read, well structured, potentially useful and full of elaborate advice on further reading.

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essential reading

Understanding the human condition made easy..
have recommended this book to friends who have also loved it too
Started reading books like the power of now to make sense of the world but this book answers the Why?!

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Genius

This book is genius. The writer knows what he is talking about and the narrator does an excellent job.

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Grateful for this knowledge!

I loved the book! dig deep in your mind! leads your to a compelling understanding!

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Nice

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.

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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  • 06-08-19

Very informative!

Loved hearing about Wendy's journey as well as the technical details of the brain- how it works, how it can change & the lastest research findings.

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  • Edward Nolan
  • 06-08-19

Great Audiobook

Don't give up and you will get some great life lessons out of this book. The first few chapters can start to get a little too technical for some but if you can get through that part the rest will help you path your own path to personal enlightenment. First audio book i was able to complete all the way through.

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  • Jennifer Cross
  • 06-08-19

One big thank you!

Very enlightening and a must read for anyone looking for a change and can not figure it out.

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  • Declan Collins
  • 06-08-19

Create the Best You Possible

Richard Cross a neuroscientist creates a blueprint of a energetic and zesty life. He uses herself as the “lab rat” and his honesty shines a light straight to the heart. This book helped me reboot my life. Thank you!

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  • Patrick Bull
  • 06-08-19

Great read and tremendous information.

Fantastic information presented in layman's terminology that made it easy to listen to and easy to understand. Science made fun and understandable. In learning the information presented in this book I also learned a lot about myself.

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  • Kate Shah
  • 06-08-19

Really enjoyed the book

I enjoyed the book; as a scientist and couch potato, I found the book informative.

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  • Jennifer Dunn
  • 06-08-19

Healthy brain happy life

Very informative and I now am starting my own physical fitness routine....I like the advice to start slow.

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  • Albert Smith
  • 06-08-19

Everything you need to know is there

A whole book about dopamine? Don't we all crave dopamine every day, whether it's from success, getting things done, drugs, video games, sex, food, fulfillment, or family relationships? It's the thing that keeps us going, so in my opinion, everyone should learn more about it, and therefore, buy this book. But hey, that's just me.

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  • Charles Hartley
  • 06-08-19

Habits of a Happy Brain

If you want to learn about that interesting substance in your brain called Habits of a Happy Brain, you better line up and get this 3 hrs and 37 mins book.

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  • Elizabeth Newton
  • 06-08-19

You can't get a better book than this

Well, maybe that's exaggerating, but still: The number one substance we lean on for all pleasure we seek after is dopamine. It's very important to know more about it. And to get a better grasp of what's going on inside our brains.

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