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Using the Motivational Triad to Eat Healthier, Part 4: Energy Efficiency

For earlier posts in this series, click the following: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. One misconception people have is that eating healthy takes more time and effort.  Ok, I will concede that in some ways it does.  Our … READ MORE

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Using the Motivational Triad to Eat Healthier, Part 3: Avoiding Pain

None of us wants to be in poor health, overweight and unfit.  We all want to have good energy, be trim and feel good.  I have yet to come across anyone who doesn’t care about their health, at least on … READ MORE

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Using the Motivational Triad to Exercise More Consistently, Part 3: Energy Efficiency

Welcome to Part 3 of our series on exercising more consistently using the principles of the Motivational Triad, as described in the book The Pleasure Trap.  The Motivational Triad states that all humans a) seek pleasure, b) avoid pain and … READ MORE

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Using the Motivational Triad to Exercise More Consistently, Part 2: Avoid Pain

In Part 1 of this series, we explored how the Motivational Triad described in the book The Pleasure Trap has driven the way humans have made decisions since the beginning of their existence.  The triad states that humans a) seek … READ MORE

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