Author(s): Swart, Tara
'The Source marries universal truths with scientific rigor for a persuasive, important exploration of The Law of Attraction.' - Deepak Chopra MD
' Like the self-help success The Secret, but cooler and more sciencey.' - Evening Standard
Life-changing opportunities pass us by every day - now we can train our minds to seize them
Self-help books like The Secret promise that we can tap into the 'law of attraction' to control our destiny, simply by changing our thoughts. If we strip away the mystique, at the heart of this idea is a fundamental truth that is backed up by the latest breakthroughs in neuroscience- most of the things we want from life - health, happiness, wealth, love - are governed by our ability to think, feel and act; in other words, by our brain.
Dr Tara Swart, a neuroscientist and executive coach with a background in psychiatry, is convinced beyond all doubt of our ability to alter how our brains work - and transform our lives. In The Source, she draws on the latest cognitive science and her experience coaching highly successful people to reveal the secret to mastering our minds.
With a four-step plan to awaken the power of your brain, this unique guide to life combines science and spirituality in a way that is open-minded and practical. Discover how to-
- Challenge 'autopilot' thinking and rewire your brain's pathways to fulfil your potential
- Manifest the things you want by directing your energy towards your deepest values and ambitions
- Harness the power of visualisation to prime your brain to grab opportunities and take control of your future
- Attack life with confidence, dispel fear and avoid negative thinking
Unlock your potential today - you are just four steps away from building a new confident you.
About the author:
Dr Tara Swart is a neuroscientist and executive adviser. She is passionate about teaching others how to apply learnings from neuroscience to enhance their everyday lives. Tara holds a BSc in Biomedical Science and a PhD in Neuropharmacology from King's College, London and a medical degree (BM BCh) from Oxford University. She is a senior lecturer at MIT Sloan, visiting senior lecturer at King's College and she also she teaches at Oxford Said Business School. She is the co-author of Neuroscience for Leadership (Palgrave), winner of the 2016 CMI Management Book of the Year. In 2016 she was named as Neuroscientist-in-Residence at the Corinthia Hotel, London.
Number of Pages: 288
Publication Date: 20190305
Publisher: RANDOM HOUSE UK
Product Form: Hardback
Dimensions (LxWxH): 203 mm142 mm28 mm
Weight: 353 gr