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Andrew Huberman, Katy Milkman, John Assaraf & Daniel Z. Lieberman

The Science of Success: Harnessing the Power of Positive Thinking, Dopamine, and Mindset [MASTERCLASS] EP 1447

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In this powerful Masterclass episode, four leading experts delve into the intricate workings of the brain and how to leverage its capabilities to achieve greatness. Prepare to be inspired and equipped with the tools to seize control of your neurology and unlock the path to unparalleled success in this transformative episode.

Neuroscientist Andrew Huberman is back today. He’s a professor of Neurobiology and Ophthalmology in Stanford and runs the Huberman Lab which studies brain functions, how our brains change through experiences, and how to repair the brain after injury or disease. He’s going to share his knowledge and expertise to help us all believe that positive thinking truly works!

Award-winning behavioral scientist, Katy Milkman, talks about “temptation bundling,” where she links guilty pleasure with a healthy habit, when is the best time to make a new habit, the barriers that are holding us back from making positive changes in our lives, and so much more!

John Assaraf is one of the leading behavioral and mindset experts in the world. He has written two NY Times Best Sellers, was in The Secret and has built 5 multi-million dollar companies. He shares why you should be concerned with your limited number of attention units and how you can start everyday ready to win.

Daniel Z. Lieberman is a teacher, researcher, practitioner, and co-author of the book called The Molecule of More: How a Single Chemical in Your Brain Drives Love, Sex, and Creativity  — and Will Determine the Fate of the Human Race. He discusses how to use dopamine in a healthy and productive way, a common mistake people make about love, and so much more.

“Thoughts happen spontaneously all the time, but thoughts can also be deliberately introduced.” @hubermanlab  

“Reality is a million times richer than anything we can imagine." @moleculeofmore  

Some Questions I Ask:

  • How can guilty pleasures be linked with healthy habits?
  • How does positive thinking impact our brain’s functions and the way it changes through experiences?
  • What is the best time to initiate a new habit, and what are the common barriers that prevent positive changes in our lives?
  • In what ways does the limited number of attention units affect our daily lives, and how can we optimize our mindset for success
  • How can you use dopamine in a healthy and productive way?

In this episode, you will learn:

  • The fascinating insights into brain functions, the plasticity of the brain, and strategies for brain repair
  • How to link guilty pleasures with healthy habits for increased motivation and positive change
  • The importance of managing your limited attention units and practical tips for starting each day with a winning mindset
  • The healthy and productive utilization of dopamine, along with debunking common misconceptions about love, sex, and creativity
  • Plus much more…

Show Notes:

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Andrew Huberman, Katy Milkman, John Assaraf & Daniel Z. Lieberman

Transcript of this Episode

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