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Focusing Visual Attention Before Physical Activity Improves Performance

3:44 · The Science of Setting & Achieving Goals | Episode 55 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

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Focus on 1-3 Major Goals Per Year; Too Many Can Be Counterproductive

2:51 · The Science of Setting & Achieving Goals | Episode 55 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

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Andrew's Goal Rules: Moderately Challenging, Plan Concretely, Foreshadow Failure, & Narrow Focus

1:37 · The Science of Setting & Achieving Goals | Episode 55 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

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Narrowing Your Visual Window Alters Time Perception

1:28 · Dr. Emily Balcetis: Tools for Setting & Achieving Goalsview episode

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Frequently Visualizing Failure Increases the Probability of Reaching a Goal By ~2

5:33 · The Science of Setting & Achieving Goals | Episode 55 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

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Space-Time Bridging Switches Focus Between Peripersonal & Extrapersonal Space

10:08 · The Science of Setting & Achieving Goals | Episode 55 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

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Goals Should Be Moderately Lofty for the Highest Likelihood of Achievement

5:40 · The Science of Setting & Achieving Goals | Episode 55 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

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Narrowed Visual Attention Increases Systolic Blood Pressure, Readying the Body for Action

8:51 · The Science of Setting & Achieving Goals | Episode 55 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

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Viewing Aged Self-Images Increases Motivation for Achieving Long-Term Goals

5:00 · The Science of Setting & Achieving Goals | Episode 55 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

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Emily Used the Reporter App to Help Her Learn to Drum While Writing a Book

11:09 · Dr. Emily Balcetis: Tools for Setting & Achieving Goalsview episode

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