Whether we like to admit it or not, we’re all getting older. And the older we get, the more ingrained our various bad habits and unhelpful behaviors become. Recognizing a habit that needs to change is one thing, but finding a way to get your stubborn mind to allow you to make that change is a completely separate challenge.
Michael Gelb has made a successful career out of applying genius thinking to personal development and growth, and he has a simple way of thinking about the methods of human change: “Either it’s universal wisdom, or it’s baloney.”
Watch the clip below to hear him talk about the most effective—and surprisingly simple—methods of change and how you’re never too old to break a bad habit.
Michael Gelb is the founder and president of The High Performance Learning Center and the author of 14 books on creativity and innovation including the international best seller How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci: Seven Steps to Genius Every Day. This clip is taken from his session in our brain science video course:
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