Where are you looking to go? What are you looking to achieve? Maybe you’ve worked really hard for a long time and you are still struggling? Yet, for others, it seems quite easy. Why is that? It may sometimes seem like other people know something you don’t. Well, what if you had a way to get to your destination 23% faster, while having 17% less pain about getting there. How?

Let’s find out together. Our guest on this episode is Professor Emily Balcetis. Emily is the author of the bestselling book: Clearer, Closer, Better: How Successful People See the World. Emily is a two-time TED speaker whose videos have been viewed millions of times. She is a professor of behavioral science at New York University. Emily is also the director of the New York University Social Perception Action and Motivation research lab, leading an international team of scholars, writers, artists, and advocates to understand how to best direct people’s efforts to meet their goals.



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Part 1) Achieving Goals 23% Faster with 17% Less Pain

Confronting the Best Practices LIE!
Why you must get a bigger tool box
How Instant gratification makes people risk averse
The Maya Angelou, Dan Rather experiment that got young people to save for retirement
The Power of the Eye’s in Goal Achievement