People have trouble making lasting changes that improve their lives. They stop exercising, forget the diet that will prolong and improve the quality of their life, procrastinate when it comes to doing the things and meeting the people that will give them the career, business, or personal life they desperately want.
Most of us don’t know how to swiftly, comfortably, and reliably change the behaviors that determine the course of our life and yet it is a skill the vast majority of us can acquire. We also don't know how to change the behavior of others. This Dr. Sean Young, and his book Stick With It is the result of a multiyear,$10M+, investment in the Science of Behavior Change.
Dr. Sean Young, is a UCLA Medical School professor, and executive director or the UCLA Center for Digital Behavior, and the University of California Institute for Prediction Technology will discuss how to stick with the changes that will help you achieve your personal and professional objectives. His research has received more than $10M in funding from organizations like The National Institutes of Health, Facebook, and Intel, and well as leading hospitals.
In this interview he addresses include:
- The Forces Behind Lasting Change
- Building Stepladders of Incremental Change
- What the “Common Wisdom” that Creating New Habits Dead Wrong
- Neurohacks and Mental Shortcuts to Accelerate Beneficial Change
- How to Get Your Brain on Your Side so Change is Easier
You can find Dr. Young’s book, Stick With It: A Scientifically Proven Process for Changing Your Life--For Good on Amazon now. It is a national best-seller.
If you have questions about this interview, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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