Peter Hollins

Build a Better Brain

Neuroscience made simple: practical methods to rewire your brain and take control of your thoughts, actions, and inner voice.

Despite our best efforts, most of the time, we act without thinking. We make poor decisions. But this isn’t our fault! It’s just how our brains are programmed. Now, you don’t have to be a scientist to understand how to use your brain’s instincts to your advantage instead of your downfall.

Understand your brain; change it; shape it; master it.

Build a Better Brain has one goal: to help you improve your life by understanding how your brain works, and taking advantage of it. Put simply, your brain still thinks it is 10,000 BC, and this has the potential to sabotage you on a daily basis.
This book is a deep look into the roots of conscious and unconscious behavior. It’s your introduction to neuroscience, but written for non-scientists and packed with advice. At the end of the day, this book is a guide for how to rewire your brain for optimal performance and happiness.

Learn to create real neural growth on a daily basis. Increase your mental speed, think quicker, and make better decisions.

Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with dozens of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience. Oddly enough, neuroscience was his favorite class in school, and he has found how to apply that same information to real life situations.

Control your impulses, anxious unconscious, and fears. Click the BUY NOW button to harness your mental potential.

•The physiological origins of your behavior and how to shape them.
How habits — good and bad alike — are completely within your control.
•Neuroplasticity in all its forms, and how to harness it for discipline and motivation.
Guiding principles for neural growth and networking.

Improve everything you felt was simply impossible to change. Stop acting against your own interests and create intentional action.
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    Canadian psychologist Ronald Melzack introduced the theory of the “neuromatrix” in 1990 in an attempt to explain the origin of phantom pain. Melzack believed that the structure of our brain’s neural networks coordinates all the sensations that human beings feel
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    aren’t slaves to the brains that we were born with
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    aren’t slaves to the brains that we were born

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