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I am so grateful to @Katy_Milkman for blurbing QUIT. Katy supported me through the process, reading early drafts & offering invaluable suggestions about how to make the book better. She also introduced me to other folks who were crucial in helping me to navigate the topic.
Katy is best known for her significant work on behavior change as a professor @Wharton. Her bestseller, How to Change, came out last year & received rave reviews. The book is truly a must-read for anyone looking to kick start a change in their life.…
Katy is also the host of the wonderful podcast, #Choiceology. Super fun listen exploring “the lessons of behavioral economics, exposing the psychological traps that lead to expensive mistakes.” You should really add this to your regular queue!
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🧠 2021 is shaping up to be an amazing year for smart books about the brain!🧠

Here's a thread with some of my favourites so far and the ones that I'm most looking forward to reading in the coming months. (1/n)
(2/n) Beginners by @tomvanderbilt - which examines our capacity for lifelong learning, and exposes the benefits of being a dilettante (@AAKnopf/@AtlanticBooks)

A perfect mix of personal narrative & cutting-edge science. Inspirational!…
(3/n) Super Senses by @EmmaELYoung - the science of your 32 senses and how to use them (@johnmurrays)

The depth of the research in Super Senses is truly astonishing. I finished the book in awe at the richness of our perceptual world.…
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Today I want to highlight the work of the fabulous @katy_milkman, who was kind enough to read and provide a blurb for my new book, #HowToDecide.

Katy is a professor at the Wharton School and an expert on behavior change, committed to helping people understand how they can better shape their habits and achieve their goals.

.@katy_milkman is the host of #choiceology, a wonderful podcast dedicated to helping people make better decisions through telling compelling stories + conversations with guests that are a who’s who of behavioral economics.

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