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How to motivate yourself to change your behavior | Tali Sharot | TEDxCambridge

What does make us change our actions? Tali Sharot reveals three ingredients to doing what's good for yourself.

Dr. Tali Sharot is a neuroscientist at University College London and the director of the Affective Brain Lab. She is a faculty member of the department of Experimental Psychology, a Wellcome Trust Fellow, and currently a visiting Professor at Harvard Medical School. Her research focuses on how emotion, motivation, and social factors influence our expectations, decisions, and memories.

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The optimism bias | Tali Sharot

Are we born to be optimistic, rather than realistic? Tali Sharot shares new research that suggests our brains are wired to look on the bright side -- and how that can be both dangerous and beneficial.


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Tali Sharot - Influence

Neuroscientist Tali Sharot reveals that if we want to increase our influence over others, we need to first understand how people's minds operate. Discover research-based tips on how to better communicate information to others to change behaviour.

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Our Power to Change Others | Tali Sharot | Talks at Google

Tali Sharot explains how an attempt to change beliefs and actions of others is successful when it is well-matched with the core elements that govern the human brain.

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Mel Robbins | One of the Best Talks Ever on Self-Motivation

The Secret to Self-Motivation | One of the best talks ever. Mel Robbins says it only takes 5 seconds to change your life. In her now famous TED talk that's been viewed millions of times, Robbins breaks down how simple and effective this simple system can be.

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The psychological weight loss strategy | Laurie Coots

What is the best strategy for getting fitter, losing weight, living a healthier life? Laurie Coots shares a few life-hacks that worked for her, starting with this: “Imagine your healthy future self and start living that life now.”


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Why TED Talks don't change people's behaviors: Tom Asacker at TEDxCambridge 2014

Author and speaker Tom Asacker wondered why so many people watch TED talks and yet so few change their behaviors as a result. His answer? That only one of three elements of our irrational, but innately human, decision-making process truly makes for lasting change. Learn more about Tom Asacker at and TEDxCambridge at

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.

Why We Quit Our Exercise Plans And What We Can Do About It | Simon Long | TEDxLoughboroughU

Why we quit our exercise plans and what we can do about it will explore the critical issue of the weight loss industry as it currently stands. That issue being excessive restriction on personal choice and a gross misunderstanding of what constitutes exercise. As the obesity epidemic has prevailed through society an increasing amount of reliance based options have been provided. However, if a behavioral change over conforms to reliance then that change will only last as long as the support. Through education of the broad definition of exercise, combined with a method to discover what exercises excite them, individuals can create exercise plans that are not only enjoyable, but effective. This talk aims to provide that education, using a combination of self-efficacy theory and self-efficacy transference to provide individuality and variance to training plans. This will allow the avoidance of boredom, the achievement of adherence and the realisation of goals.

In his early 20s Simon was an obese 36% body fat, with low feelings of self-worth and non-existent confidence. Having tried every weight loss plan available he came to the conclusion that none of them worked, and set out to find why. By exploring the rarity of long term weight loss he managed to design a approach to the problem. After years of research and testing, speaking to top professors in the fields of nutrition, physiology and psychology, a new ethos was born and its principles tested. 9 months later he was an athletic 6.5% body fat.

Simon lost one third of his starting body weight safely, healthily, and sustainably. After his transformation Simon became a personal trainer, teaching his principles to clients, allowing them to reach their own goals. More recently Simon enrolled in Loughborough University, where he has the aim of earning his PHD. This will allow him to evolve his new approach and change the landscape of safe and sustainable weight loss forever.

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How to motivate yourself to change your behavior | TEDxCambridge

What does make us change our actions? Tali Sharot reveals three ingredients to doing what's good for yourself.

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Tali Sharot: Intelligent People Have Greater Difficulty Changing Their Beliefs

Strongly held false beliefs are hard to change, and more intelligent people are more adept at finding reasons to dismiss inconvenient new evidence. Tali Sharot, Associate Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London, explores the implications for changing minds. This discussion was originally published February 14, 2017.
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Change Your Life: 14 Tips to Motivation

Motivation is a great thing! But how do we become motivated to do the things we want to do for so long?

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“There is no elevator to success, you gotta take the stairs - Zig Ziglar”. If you find meaning in quotes like this, put them right up where you will see them every day. Here are another 13 tips to get started.

Ask Why! If we don't know why we are doing it, then we don't see a point. Whether we want to make a career, change the world, or prove some idiots wrong, these are all great reasons to get going. Simon Sinek spoke of the Golden Circle. First ask why then how and what. If you don't have a purpose right now, pick up a skill that helps you once you do. Like reading fast, learning how to learn or public speaking.

Know about The Dunning Kruger Effect. The theory describes that many of us are too confident when we learn something new. Once we actually start learning, we realize how difficult it is and how incompetent we are. As a result, our motivation drops and many of us quit. The trick to success is to keep going anyways. Once we master an area, our confidence returns.

Look For Feedback! Marathon runners know that encouraging spectators can make a massive difference in the last meters. Feedback is a strong force so deliberately seek it. One way, just ask for advice. Most people love giving it, it makes them feel smart. Entrepreneurs who look for investors say “Ask for money, you'll get advice. Ask for advice, you'll get money.” Whatever they get, it's valuable feedback.

Articulate Your Values! In one experiment, at the beginning of the new school year, 7th graders had to pick a personal value, such as being good at school, making friends or music. Then they spent 15 minutes writing down why this mattered to them. To remind them, the process was repeated every 2-4 months. Within two years, most weak students saw a 10% increase in all grades. A year later, the experiment was repeated. This time, the value of “being good at school” was not even available. The surprising truth. Again, all grades got better. Remind yourself what you really care about.

Get A Mentor! Look for charismatic people you can look up to. By following a mentor, we can find inspiration, get new ideas, maybe even find purpose. You might be able to find them around the block. For a list of our favorite mentors, check our website, playlists or the descriptions below.

Don’t make excuses! To see if you do, Bernard Roth from the Stanford's d-school teaches to reframe problems by asking yourself this particular question: “What would it do for me if I had already solved the problem? For example, if you think you're fat, then ask yourself “What would it do for me if I would lose weight?” If the answer is that you would ask that cute girl out on a date, then forget about losing weight and ask her out on a date! Your belly has nothing to do with it. Don’t make excuses.

Prime Yourself! Canadian researchers observed that salesmen in call centers can be 50% more successful when they see pictures that represent success while making their calls. The effect is called priming. Most of us become smarter in a library because we tend to be more thoughtful. And many feel more successful when we dress well, stand up straight with our arms out and our heads held high.

Make Bets. Make your life a game and take bets. Groups of pretty people do that all over the world to lose weight. The one who can’t lose 2 kilos in 6 weeks has to buy cupcakes for everyone. But it also works for reading books or challenging yourself to asking a girl out for dinner.

Track Your Record! Records show us where we were coming from. They indicate progress. Good music teachers record the student's first lesson. One year later they show their students what they recorded. Most are amazed by how much they progressed. As Nelson Mandela said, “it always seems impossible until it’s done”.

Start Small! When we put effort into something and we succeed, we are motivated to continue. It's a self-reinforcing circle. If we aim too high right at the beginning, it’s likely that we will fail. This can lead to frustration and we might stop before we even get started. Want to learn how to sing? Start with 5 minutes every morning.

Surround Yourself with Positive People! Author Jim Rohn wrote that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. To get motivated spend time with positive people that have a growth mindset. Negative people often have a problem for every solution.

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Tali Sharot: The Influential Mind

In The Influential Mind, neuroscientist Tali Sharot takes us on a thrilling exploration of the nature of influence. We affect others just by moving through the world―from the classroom to the boardroom to social media. But how skilled are we at this role, and can we become better? Sharot reveals that many of our instincts―from relying on facts and figures to shape opinions, to insisting others are wrong or attempting to exert control―are ineffective, because they are incompatible with how people’s minds operate. She shows us how to avoid these pitfalls, and how an attempt to change beliefs and actions is successful when it is well-matched with the core elements that govern the human brain.
Sharot reveals the critical role of emotion in influence, the weakness of data and the power of curiosity. Relying on the latest research in neuroscience, behavioral economics and psychology, the book provides fascinating insight into the complex power of influence, good and bad.

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Tali Sharot - How Do We Form Beliefs? The Role of Affect

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Why Facts Don't Unify Us | Tali Sharot

Strongly held false beliefs are hard to change – and more intelligent people are more adept at finding reasons to dismiss inconvenient new evidence. Tali Sharot, Associate Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London, explores the implications for changing minds: for example, rather than try to argue against a parent’s belief that vaccines cause autism, it can be more effective to bolster their belief in the effectiveness of vaccines at preventing disease.

STOP NEGATIVE THOUGHTS - Listen To This Everyday (Motivational Video)

STOP NEGATIVE THOUGHTS - Listen To This Everyday (Motivational Video)

Motivation means action and action brings results. Sometimes your actions fail to bring the results you want. So you prefer to be nice to yourself and not put yourself in a difficult situation. You wait for the perfect timing, for an opportunity, while you drive yourself into stagnation and sometimes even into depression. Get out there, challenge yourself, do something that you want to do even if you are afraid.

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