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Your Mind Is What Your Brain Does for a Living

Your Mind Is What Your Brain Does for a Living: Learn How to Make It Work for You by Steven Jay Fogel

Your default programming–the automatic choices all of us make in life without even noticing–can sabotage you, but you can learn to interrupt your self-defeating behavior and make better choices.

Readers will take away step-by-step advice they can practice immediately.

Readers will learn:

  • How default programming is formed, how it influences behavior, and how to disengage from negative programming to lead a more fulfilling life
  • What scientists have discovered about our ability to “rewire” our brain to act in ways that will make us happier
  • How to resolve long-term dysfunctional relationships that are causing stress, frustration, and pain

Put the past where it belongs–in the past. Be mindful, live in the present, and lead a fulfilling life full of possibilities!

Read an excerpt here.

Here is an short interview with Steven Fogel.

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My views: I was expecting a lot more from this book, but found it contained more about the author’s personal journey than about the information I had hoped it would have.

This post is written for the letter ‘Y’ for the Blogging From A to Z April Challenge 2014.

7 Comments

  1. […] Stunning, isn’t it? It looks different at different times of the day. I haven’t seen any critters in it yet. But I daresay the structure is “alive”. The wonders of nature! I love the feeling of familiarity that comes with noticing all the little things around me.  I love that my mind is what my body does for a living! […]

  2. Vidya Sury Vidya Sury May 3, 2014

    The title is very engaging. I expected more from the book too, Corinne! 🙂 But I guess packaging is often more attractive than the contents. 🙂

    • Corinne Rodrigues Corinne Rodrigues Post author | May 6, 2014

      Yes, the title drew me in too, Vidya. Never judge a book by it’s title, I suppose! 😉

  3. Stephanie Faris Stephanie Faris May 3, 2014

    I have found that quite a bit with self-help books. I think it’s too easy for the writer to make it more of a memoir!

  4. Archana Archana May 2, 2014

    I had almost decided to get hold of this book till i read your views at the end. Still I guess there will be something to be learnt!

    • Corinne Rodrigues Corinne Rodrigues Post author | May 6, 2014

      Yes, I guess it had to do with my expectations as well, Archana.

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