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The Art of State Control: How to Engineer Perspectives and Get What You Want

Change your physiology and your emotions follow.

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Conventional thought says that state is unmovable. All you can do is wait for emotions to pass. A new perspective is a sip of coffee, alcohol, or 10 minutes of high-intensity exercise away.




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Caty Lee

Caty Lee

I explore personal growth models that help readers rewrite societal or mindset scripts that derail their focus, motivation, and creative zest.

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