This is an email from Psychology of Stuff by Nir Eyal, a newsletter by Psychology of Stuff.

Be a Schedule Builder, Not a To-Do List Maker (Letter — October 30, 2020)

It’s time to shed the constant stress and toxic guilt of not checking off enough little boxes and finally understanding why running your life with a to-do list is like running your live on Windows 95.

To read how using a schedule builder rather than relying on a to-do list is the right way to go, click here.

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Handling Life Transitions: Interview with Bruce Feiler Designer (Letter — October 15, 2020)

Recently I had the opportunity to sit down for a Q&A with Bruce Feiler, a Ted Talk veteran and seven-time bestselling author, who most recently wrote Life is in the Transitions, a guidebook for navigating the times when our lives pivot dramatically.

To read my interview with Bruce Feiler, click here.

Changing Habits: Interview with Dr. Amy Bucher, A Behavior Change Designer (Letter — September 4, 2020)

I recently caught up with Dr. Amy Bucher, the author of Engaged, a compelling guidebook on designing products and services that change people’s lives.

Dr. Bucher talks about behavioral design, the science of crafting products and services in such a way as to shape or influence human behavior.

To read my interview with Dr. Amy Bucher, click here.

From Friday Forward to Monday Motivation: Q&A with Robert Glazer (Letter — August 7, 2020)

Many of us start our Mondays wondering where our motivation will come from, and for some, whether we’ve even chosen the right career.

I sat down recently with author Robert Glazer to discuss his book, Elevate.

To learn how to perform to your fullest capacity, click here.

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