10x the success of any goal: Increase your chances with brain science!
It’s so confusing when you make a goal and at that point in time, it feels like you really want it. And that’s what everybody says, right? You’ve gotta want it BAD enough. But then a month or a week or even just a few days down the line, we’ve fallen off track of that goal. And we don’t know why.
On this episode of The Ari Stewart Podcast, we’re diving into: The interesting brain science method that can 10x the success of any goal. And I can almost guarantee you that you are doing the OPPOSITE of this method right now in your life.
You’re about to finally learn how to finish what you start.
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Hi, I’m Ari Stewart. 👋
I’m a Certified Professional Life Coach obsessed with brain science and psychology.
I am here to help you discover your passion and purpose, learn to use psychology-based neuroscience techniques to strategically rewire your brain, and put your success on autopilot.
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“Too Much of a Good Thing: The Benefits of Implementation Intentions Depend on the Number of Goals” by Amy N. Dalton and Stephen A. Spiller (2012). Journal of Consumer Research: http://www.ejcr.org/Curations-PDFs/Curations6/Dalton_Spiller.pdf
“How are habits formed: Modeling habit formation in the real world” by Phillippa Lally, Cornelia H. M. Van Jaarsveld, Henry W. W. Potts and Jane Wardle (2010). European Journal of Social Psychology: http://centrespringmd.com/docs/How%20Habits%20are%20Formed.pdf