Jeffrey Brown, Mark Fenske - The Winner's Brain 8 Strategies Great Minds Use to Achieve Success (audiobook mp3)

Jeffrey Brown, Mark Fenske - The Winner's Brain 8 Strategies Great Minds Use to Achieve Success (audiobook mp3)
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Jeffrey Brown, Mark Fenske - The Winner's Brain 8 Strategies Great Minds Use to Achieve Success

Jeff Brown (Author), Mark Fenske (Author), Don Hagen (Reader), Liz Neporent (Contributor)



(audiobook mp3)



Publisher: Your Coach In A Box; Unabridged edition (January 10, 2012)



Developed by two Harvard brain experts-a scientific, accessible approach to achieving success by retraining your brain to win.

Ever wonder why some people seem blessed with success? In fact, everyone is capable of winning in life-you just need to develop the right brain for it.

In The Winner's Brain, Drs. Jeff Brown and Mark Fenske use cutting-edge neuroscience to identify the secrets of those who succeed no matter what-and demonstrate how little it has to do with IQ or upbringing. Through simple everyday practices, Brown and Fenske explain how to unlock the brain's hidden potential by establishing:

Balance: Make emotions work in your favor

Bounce: Create a failure-resistant brain

Opportunity Radar: Spot hot prospects previously hidden by problems

Focus Laser: Lock into what's important

Effort Accelerator: Cultivate the drive to win



Along the way, they introduce you to dozens of interesting people who possess "win factors" (like the inventor of Whac-A-Mole) and share surprising information (like why you should never take a test while wearing red). The Winner's Brain will not only give you an edge-it'll motivate you to pursue your personal and professional dreams.







Review

An American Booksellers Association Indie Finance & Personal Investing bestseller (4/13/11)

WomanAroundTown.com, 3/29/11

¡°The writers demonstrate how we can change our neurocircuitry to take charge of our fate.¡±

Spirituality & Practice

¡°Some of the most fascinating and impressive material in this book comes in small pieces: material on mirror neurons and their role in empathy, the skills needed to perfect your reading of the body language of others, the importance of focus and the problem of distractions, the art of reframing a highly emotional event, tips in constructing a proactive brain, and making memories durable.¡±

Newsday, 4/26/11

¡°A sophisticated blend of cutting-edge scientific research (written for nonscientists) and doable tips.¡±

Midwest Book Review, May 2011

¡°A highly recommended read for anyone who wants to put positive thinking to good business.¡±

Hearpreneur.com, 6/14/11

¡°Interesting anecdotes and exercises¡­The writers are also able to explain the brain without using too many medical terms to scare away or bore the person who just wants to be successful.¡±

Curled Up with a Good Book, 8/7/11

¡°[A] well-rounded book¡­There is enough science to satisfy the skeptical reader and plenty of real-world examples to emulate.¡±

Portland Book Review, September-November 2011 ¡°This book is not only for business folks, but artists, musicians, inventors, athletes¡ªanyone who wishes to excel. The book is delightfully accessible¡­With this book as a guide, there¡¯s no excuse for failure.¡±



--This text refers to the Paperback edition.



About the Author

Jeffrey Brown, PsyD, ABPP, a psychiatry instructor at Harvard Medical School, lives in Boston.

Mark J. Fenske, PhD, a former research fellow at Harvard, is an assistant professor in neuroscience at the University of Guelph. He lives in Ontario, Canada.