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A neurobiologist'­s guide to mind manipulation

A useful-psychology double-whammy: 

A) Developers are great systems thinkers. Surprise: your brain is a system too! Reframe frustration into accomplishment, and become a more effective and bubbly person using a frontal cortex feedback loop. 

B) Want your team to be the happiest, most productive team around? Recent psychology research reveals one key attribute of the most successful teams, and it's within your influence.


Casey Watts ♡'s open communities, open communication, open software, open minds. He has set out on a quest to fill the world with happiness and bubbles. Lots of bubbles.

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  • Dave A.

    Very helpful look into how we can "debug" ourselves and stop "giving invalid outputs"!

    December 1

  • Glenn E.

    Is this what you were talking about Casey? https://youtu.be/IiZeOgxpCmI

    November 30

  • Dave A.

    Anybody not yet en route, beware $&@#%^* "SafeTrack"! Sat for about 20 minutes at Vienna. :-P

    November 30

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