Psychological Triggers: Human Nature, Irrationality, and Why We Do What We Do. The Hidden Influences Behind Our Actions, Thoughts, and Behaviors. (Understand Your Brain Better) Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Understand, avoid, and defeat the subconscious causes of your irrational and self-defeating behaviors. It’s only human nature.
A psychological trigger is something that causes us to act out of urgency - not correctness or even happiness. It’s a switch that is flipped outside of our consciousness. This is fertile ground for some of the worst decisions of our lives.
Seize control and of your impulses and make better decisions.
Psychological Triggers is an introduction to yourself - your impulses, your desires, and everything in your subconscious that drives you to action. It answers the question, “Why did I just make a terrible choice when I know I shouldn’t have?”
We are all slaves to our triggers, and this book seeks to identify them to better battle them. We might think we are making our decisions independently and out of free will, but you’ll discover that to be far from reality.
Master your psychology, master your life.
Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a best-selling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience.
Think clearly and triumph over your human nature.
- The triggering effects of social pressure and conformity
- How everyday emotions are behind some of the most powerful triggers
- Natural, biological, evolutionary human drives - can you regulate them?
- Simple thinking traps we all fall victim to
- The notion of free will and whether it truly exists
Beat psychological triggers, reclaim your free will, and stop irrationality.
Is purely rational thinking, devoid of emotion and human drives, a reality? Probably not. But you can certainly live free from your worst impulses and irrational hunches, which are what psychological triggers create more often than not. See yourself thrive from consistently making beneficial decisions and defeating your primal psychology.
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|Listening Length||4 hours and 32 minutes|
|Audible.com Release Date||December 03, 2020|
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#198,412 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#2,590 in Mental Health (Audible Books & Originals)
#6,701 in Psychology (Audible Books & Originals)
#32,284 in Mental Health (Books)
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Replete with Logical fallacies, and vacant Incongruence of Logic. This reads as though written by a highschool student with dreams of being scholarly at opinion without any education in SCIENCE.
The human AUTONOMIC Systems (subconscious) ARE NOT SELF-DESTRUCTIVE!
Only the CONSCIOUS human EGO... you know the User Interface of all human solipsistic existence... The thing You call "Me" in reference to the self? Only this component of the Complex System that is a living human being has the capacity for Self Destruction!
This is nothing more that Seattle Pseudo-intellectualism at it's most repugnant level of arrogant egotistical ignorance of known Science.
Top reviews from other countries
It is written in a very readable style, more a conversation than a treatise, which can actually be an advantage. There are quite a few books out there that are so difficult to digest that their value is available only for those who persevere and spend time trying to figure out the author's trail of thought. On this front, the book scores.
The font used is very big; if a regular font was used in print, you'd possibly get a 120 page pamphlet - and that's the main point - it is a pamphlet.
There are quite a few interesting things said throughout, but you cannot judge their credibility since there is no bibliography, no references, nothing. The blurb makes a number of assertions about the author and his credentials with no justification to these claims (what degree from where?). Moreover, the book being printed by amazon, there is no peer review further making me think that it is a work of an armchair psychologist rather than a specialist. Any 'professional' with academic credentials would know full well how to quote sources and would never publish anything that would fail such basic requirement.
In summary, this is an entertaining read but the same knowledge can be obtained from online sources such as wikipedia not to mention psychology periodicals available free online. If you spent £10 on it, it is just disappointment.
Easy to understand with a good amount of subject matter.