How to Follow Through On Your Good Intentions & What’s Going On Inside Your Brain
Christmas is a fun holiday with lots of stories and traditions. This episode begins with some interesting facts about Christmas you may not know. Ever wonder why we use the term Noel at Christmas time? OR did you ever wonder what Christmas decorations are edible? Listen to discover the answers and other fascinating Christmas intel? (http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/50-things-yule-never-know-653613)
We all have the best of intentions. We so often say we are going to do things with the best intentions yet often fail to follow through. Why is that? If you tell yourself you are going to do something, why don’t you just do it and get it done? Well there is a good reason and joining me to discuss this is Steve Levinson, clinical psychologist, inventor, entrepreneur and internationally recognized authority on the topic of following through. He is the author of a couple of books including Following Through (https://amzn.to/36rIldU).
Your brain is really the control center of your body. It does so many wonderful things and works in so many ways - many of which you don’t even realize. Joining me to discuss how your brain functions and ways you can help make it work even better is neuroscientist Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett. She is a professor at Northeastern University, Chief Science Officer for the Center for Law, Brain & Behavior at Harvard University and author of the book Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain (https://amzn.to/2JJecxK).
Is it a good idea to let your car warm up on a cold morning before you drive it? If your car battery is dead and needs a jump, how long before it is fully charged? We tackle these important questions every car owner needs to know.(https://www.motorbiscuit.com/do-you-really-need-to-warm-up-your-car/ & https://bit.ly/2I2TyZ8)
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