Neuro-Discipline: Everyday Neuroscience for Self-Discipline, Focus, and Defeating Your Brain's Impulsive and Distracted Nature Hardcover – November 25, 2019
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- Publisher : Pkcs Media, Inc. (November 25, 2019)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 228 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1647430011
- ISBN-13 : 978-1647430016
- Item Weight : 12.5 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.56 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,802,430 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I dislike and do not condone his overuse of lame, common, slang phrases, momentarily popular exclamations/metaphors etc, and dumbed-down, lazy language instead of more lasting, intelligent expressions. This will sadly make this great and helpful book into an annoying, stale, difficult to read, outdated trendy work to be ignored not too many years from now - like many whose authors gave in to the temptation to talk that convenient, foolish-sounding way instead of sticking with more intelligible, permanently acceptable phrases which would stand the test of time and be accessible to any culture. A great number of similar books have become severy inaccessible and outdated because of this mistake. But it's definitely worth buying and reading.
Now the book reviews on the back cover beg the question...who wrote those reviews? No names associated with the great quotes. Loses one more star for this alone.
The last chapter was the most informative, no nonsense, telling it like it is. Self discipline is not easy. This last chapter gives you the methods to make it work.
All you have to add is a little willpower, and you are on the right track to success in life.
Top reviews from other countries
It gives some strategies to be able to achieve more and compromise less while keeping the low effort, expedient brain on side, with enough variety that most people will find some useful tools within, (presuming they muster up the will to engage them!).
It’s more entry level than expert, so if you’re well versed it’s probably not be the book for you, but it’s a good intro for someone looking for a bit of insight and practical tips on how to redirect your energy from avoidance to achievement.
It’s written in an engaging way, too... ...an enjoyable read.