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Perfect for readers of How God Changes Your Brain, two researchers present over thirty brain exercises to help readers generate happiness and success, in business and in life. "This remarkable book translates state-of-the art neuroscience into practical techniques that rapidly promote personal transformation. If you want to double your happiness and your income, start usi Perfect for readers of How God Changes Your Brain, two researchers present over thirty brain exercises to help readers generate happiness and success, in business and in life. "This remarkable book translates state-of-the art neuroscience into practical techniques that rapidly promote personal transformation. If you want to double your happiness and your income, start using these powerful brain-changing exercises today!" ―John Assaraf, New York Times bestselling author and CEO of NeuroGym Adapted from a business school course they created for professionals, bestselling author Mark Waldman and Chris Manning present simple brain exercises, based on the latest neuroscience research, to guide readers to improvement in all parts of life, from work to home, from how we think to how we feel. Their promise is to help people create more "wealth" in their lives, defined as the combination of money, happiness, and success. Using the latest research studied by two experts in their field, the book presents both the scientific background and sets of "NeuroWisdom" exercises that will help people reduce neurological stress and increase happiness, motivation, and productivity. The "worry" centers of the brain are turned off and the optimism circuits are turned on. Work becomes more pleasurable and creativity is increased, enabling the brain to anticipate and solve problems more efficiently. From the cutting edge of brain science to real-world solutions, these exercises help readers gain the wisdom that leads to greater fulfillment.


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Perfect for readers of How God Changes Your Brain, two researchers present over thirty brain exercises to help readers generate happiness and success, in business and in life. "This remarkable book translates state-of-the art neuroscience into practical techniques that rapidly promote personal transformation. If you want to double your happiness and your income, start usi Perfect for readers of How God Changes Your Brain, two researchers present over thirty brain exercises to help readers generate happiness and success, in business and in life. "This remarkable book translates state-of-the art neuroscience into practical techniques that rapidly promote personal transformation. If you want to double your happiness and your income, start using these powerful brain-changing exercises today!" ―John Assaraf, New York Times bestselling author and CEO of NeuroGym Adapted from a business school course they created for professionals, bestselling author Mark Waldman and Chris Manning present simple brain exercises, based on the latest neuroscience research, to guide readers to improvement in all parts of life, from work to home, from how we think to how we feel. Their promise is to help people create more "wealth" in their lives, defined as the combination of money, happiness, and success. Using the latest research studied by two experts in their field, the book presents both the scientific background and sets of "NeuroWisdom" exercises that will help people reduce neurological stress and increase happiness, motivation, and productivity. The "worry" centers of the brain are turned off and the optimism circuits are turned on. Work becomes more pleasurable and creativity is increased, enabling the brain to anticipate and solve problems more efficiently. From the cutting edge of brain science to real-world solutions, these exercises help readers gain the wisdom that leads to greater fulfillment.

30 review for Neurowisdom: The New Brain Science of Money, Happiness, and Success

  1. 5 out of 5

    whichwaydidshego

    There is a lot of excellent information and practical advice on effective methods to live healthier and happier. There was, for instance, good information on mindfulness and how it can better your life - both work and home - in tangible, practical ways. For these reason I definitely recommend the book. However, I was frustrated with the initial posit that "studies" have shown that wealth/money makes one happier. Those studies are clearly only from a certain class/work force in, if not exclusivel There is a lot of excellent information and practical advice on effective methods to live healthier and happier. There was, for instance, good information on mindfulness and how it can better your life - both work and home - in tangible, practical ways. For these reason I definitely recommend the book. However, I was frustrated with the initial posit that "studies" have shown that wealth/money makes one happier. Those studies are clearly only from a certain class/work force in, if not exclusively the US, then absolutely only in capitalistic western countries. Further, there is no follow through as to if those people were happier by obtaining said wealth, if they followed through on their good deeds, etc. It was a study done in hypotheticals. So if you push past the ignoring of other ways of life, other cultures and values, and other worldwide studies on happiness, it is a worthwhile read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Aurimas Nausėda

    Saviugdos žanro knyga apie motyvaciją, būtinybę medituoti, fiksuoti savo būseną. Didesnioji knygos dalis - mintys apie paslaptingas smegenų zonas bei savo vertės apmąstymą.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nirav Panchal

    I don't know why people are not reading such wonderful book. I personally feel this book is very easy read and do it you can do it manual. I have read several books which are based on psychology and neuroscience but this one is very easy and beautiful read. I think authors have written in very straight forward manner that reader can easily get those details with less time. I personally recommend this book to every reader who is willing to understand their mind. I don't know why people are not reading such wonderful book. I personally feel this book is very easy read and do it you can do it manual. I have read several books which are based on psychology and neuroscience but this one is very easy and beautiful read. I think authors have written in very straight forward manner that reader can easily get those details with less time. I personally recommend this book to every reader who is willing to understand their mind.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Arianna

    This book is another wonderful addition to my library of similar reads, but something I found that sets this apart from many others is that along with the wealth of research and knowledge here, are a myriad of simple techniques to boost your productivity and mood in less than a minute. I definitely recommend this for those interested in learning more about how a mindfulness practice can improve our lives.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    The book was not what I expected when I picked it up. It turned out to be kind of a simple how to manual on mindfulness, and meditation. The subject matter reminded me of that found in “10% happier” by Dan Harris. But as Mr. Harris’s book also included his personal experiences in trying to implement the material I enjoyed his book more. I did a lot of yawning in making my way through this book. The authors would say that is a good thing. I’m not so sure.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brian Currie

    This is a great Business and Personal Development book. If you only apply one chapter. You life and effectiveness will improve. I highly recommend this book. Let's Grow! While you are staying inside ... try going inside yourself. This is a great Business and Personal Development book. If you only apply one chapter. You life and effectiveness will improve. I highly recommend this book. Let's Grow! While you are staying inside ... try going inside yourself.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay Nixon

    DNF at 25% Snooze city. Not the neuroscience leaning book on meditation or mindset I was looking for. It might be more useful for others but I didn’t find a lot of new information and found most of it was presented in a sterile textbook way lacking illustrative examples

  8. 4 out of 5

    Manoj Natesan

    Helps to analyse yourself through Experiential learning.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Zhichao Wei

    all hail Mindfulness!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Davis

    More a book on personal mediation and self awareness. Not necessarily a bad book, but not what I expected based on the books presentation

  11. 5 out of 5

    Aurelija

    yawning is key to success. #BOOM

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jess Macallan

    I received an e-copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I give this book 4.5 stars. I love neurology books, as well as books focused on the science behind positive thinking and success. This book seamlessly melds science with simple yet powerful techniques to improve your productivity and success. I expected this book to be similar to the many I've already read, but it wasn't. The research the authors used to support their techniques wasn't new, but the information I received an e-copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I give this book 4.5 stars. I love neurology books, as well as books focused on the science behind positive thinking and success. This book seamlessly melds science with simple yet powerful techniques to improve your productivity and success. I expected this book to be similar to the many I've already read, but it wasn't. The research the authors used to support their techniques wasn't new, but the information and techniques were. I had no idea about the power of yawning, and found a number of exercises I plan to utilize on a regular basis, such as having a Curiosity Board. I appreciated the simplicity and accessibility of the exercises/ I definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants to better understand the neuroscience behind positive thinking, and why the techniques in this book work.

  13. 4 out of 5

    GONZA

    Good book, some informations on the brain, the usual mindfulness and some other insights about emotion, social edonism and drives. Pretty clear and with a lot of tips and suggestions, this book is a little bit different from all the others that have been recently published about, more or less, the same topic. Recommended reading if you are interested about the mechanism behind the most common pulsions. Bel libro, alcune informazioni sul cervello, la mindfulness (che come al solito non puó mancare Good book, some informations on the brain, the usual mindfulness and some other insights about emotion, social edonism and drives. Pretty clear and with a lot of tips and suggestions, this book is a little bit different from all the others that have been recently published about, more or less, the same topic. Recommended reading if you are interested about the mechanism behind the most common pulsions. Bel libro, alcune informazioni sul cervello, la mindfulness (che come al solito non puó mancare) e alcuni insight sulle emozioni, l'edonismo sociale e le pulsioni. Molto chiaro e con molti trucchi e suggerimenti, questo libro si posiziona, secondo me, uno scalino piú in alto di tutti quelli che hanno pubblicato recentemente sull'argomento; lettura obbligata se vi interessano i meccanismi dietro le spinte che guidano gli esseri umani. THANKS TO NETGALLEY FOR THE PREVIEW!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gio

    Neurowisdom is more a book on self-awareness, mindful, and meditation. Not what I was expecting from the cover and blurb. But if you're willing to give it a chance, it's still a great read. Based on a wealth of research, the book shares plenty of quick and easy techniques to boost your mood and increase your productivity in just a few minutes - all based on science. I appreciate how accessible they are - everyone can do them. If you want to understand the science behind mindfulness and positive th Neurowisdom is more a book on self-awareness, mindful, and meditation. Not what I was expecting from the cover and blurb. But if you're willing to give it a chance, it's still a great read. Based on a wealth of research, the book shares plenty of quick and easy techniques to boost your mood and increase your productivity in just a few minutes - all based on science. I appreciate how accessible they are - everyone can do them. If you want to understand the science behind mindfulness and positive thinking and learn how to harness it to your advantage, pick up a copy.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ben Adamson

    Second reading... Again, I found this book to be fascinating. Including interesting theories with practical applications and easy to follow exercises.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rimantas Katinas

  17. 4 out of 5

    Reda Jekaterina

  18. 4 out of 5

    John Reilly

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lisbeth Mizula

  20. 4 out of 5

    Semkius

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  22. 5 out of 5

    James

  23. 5 out of 5

    Agne

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    Roxanne

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jack Kardiac

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marc

  28. 5 out of 5

    Aurelijus

  29. 5 out of 5

    Christian

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tobi Bgartner

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