Books

  • Habits of a
    Happy Brain

  • Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin

Happy chemicals evolved to do a job, not to be on all the time. When you know the job each chemical does in the state of nature, your ups and downs make sense. You can build new neural pathways to turn on your happy chemicals in new and natural ways. Here's a step-by-step plan to do it in 45 days! Life is complicated because each happy chemical spurt is quickly metabolized and you have to do more to get more. This is why we are tempted to overdo a happy habit to the point of unhappiness. But you can wire in new habits that stimulate your happy chemicals without harmful consequences. Here's how! Read more

  • I,
    Mammal

  • How to Make Peace With the Animal Urge for Social Power

An animal who gets respect can spread its genes, and natural selection built a brain that rewards you with the good feeling of serotonin when you get respect. Our brain seeks respect and attention as if your life depends on it because serotonin makes it feel good. Whatever worked in your youth built neural pathways that tell you where to expect it today. But serotonin is quickly metabolized and you have to do more to get more. This is why we mammals are so eager for social power and feel so threatened by minor obstacles to social power. This book shows you how to feel good without an endless quest for "junk status." Read more

  • The Science
    of Positivity

  • Stop negative thought patterns by changing yr brain chemistry

We have inherited a brain that’s inclined to go negative. It zooms in on bad and skims quickly past good. You see the world through a negative lens unless you build a positive corrective lens. This book shows how! Positivity is not foolish optimism. It's the joy of taking steps that meet your needs with realistic expectations. You don't need to perform in Carnegie Hall and save orphans from burning building to feel positive. You can build a positivity circuit in just 3 minutes a day for 45 days. All you need is a willingness to accept your inner mammal whether or not the rest of the herd will do that. Read more

You can manage your happy brain chemicals when you know how they work in the state of nature

VIDEO : You Have Power Over Your Happy Brain Chemicals!

 

A fast, fun intro to your brain chemicals and a concrete plan to wire in a new happy habit! 

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