Peter Hollins


Small daily acts to change your brain chemistry and structure — so you can be in control at all times.

Sometimes it feels like we are living out lives on autopilot, powerless to change what we are doing. But we’re not powerless, we just need to rewire our brains so that the right thing is the easy thing.

Do you feel lazy, slow, unmotivated, or apathetic? Understand your brain and you will solve all of your problems.

Neuro Habits gets directly to the root of all behavior: the human brain. We will explore the quirks of the brain that create habits from both a psychological and neurological perspective, and what we can do about it. This book also presents an in-depth view of the concept of habits and exactly what motivates us to act.
You will gain a scientifically-proven step by step guide on how to change your behavior in a sustainable way, and also make sure that you can put a halt to the destructive behaviors you’ve tried so hard to avoid. This is a guidebook, with actionable content almost every single page.

Learn how tiny daily changes can affect your brain chemistry and structure.

Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling 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.

Transform your negative impulses into positive habits.

•What neuroplasticity is and how it can change your life
•Understand the relationship between dopamine and your behaviors
•What a keystone habit is and why it matters
•The definitive process of creating a new habit
•Why replacing habits just might be more effective overall
•The most common flaws in habit formation

Change your habits, change your life. BUY NOW.
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    or what are called “heuristics,” mental models used to process the familiar and expected
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