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Why You’re Not Good at Changing Minds (Letter — March 13, 2020)

I just published an interview with Dr. Jonah Berger about his latest book, The Catalyst.

To read the article, click here.

Posts you may have missed:

What You Need to Know When Visualizing Your Goals (Letter —February 26 , 2020)

To read the article, click here.

Most of us blame our phones, or more specifically, social media or Netflix as the reason we can’t get anything done.

Yet these aren’t the real culprits. The secret to staying focused at times like these is to change your perspective on the task itself. Click here to read more.

What You Need to Know When Visualizing Your Goals (Letter — January 29, 2020)

To read the article, click here.

The world is full of self-help myths and half-truths. One bit of folk psychology that won’t seem to die is the idea that we can “visualize” our path to success by imagining the life we want. In fact, studies find visualizing our personal goals as if we’ve already achieved them can hurt our chances of ever making them a reality. Click here to read more

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Nir Eyal

Nir Eyal

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