Nir Eyal
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Distinction Bias: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices
nirandfar · 8 days ago
How to Become Indistractable
mindvalley · 10 days ago
Infinite Scroll: The Web’s Slot Machine
nirandfar · 10 days ago
The Future of Event Experience
lnkd.in · 17 days ago
How to Build Habit-Forming Products with Nir Eyal
creatingabrand · 32 days ago
The Behavioral Economics Diet: The Science of Killing a Bad Habit
nirandfar · 34 days ago
Why You Should Run Your Business Barefoot
nirandfar · 47 days ago
Can’t Seem to Stick With Your Commitments? Try Making a Pact.
nirandfar · 51 days ago
4 Ways to Use Psychology to Win Your Competition's Customers
nirandfar · 53 days ago
Bible App: Getting 100 Million Downloads is More Psychology Than Miracles
nirandfar · 53 days ago
Does Instagram Harm Girls? No One Actually Knows.
nytimes · 53 days ago
Temptation
nirandfar · 54 days ago
The Real Reason “Stupid” Startups Raise So Much Money
nirandfar · 54 days ago
Facebook's own data is not as conclusive as you think about teens and mental health
npr · 56 days ago
FLOW with Arman Assadi
open.spotify · 55 days ago
The Real Reason Why You Sabotage Your Own Goals
nirandfar · 59 days ago
Why “Flow” Is Overrated
nireyal.medium · 59 days ago
Does time spent using social media impact mental health?: An eight year longitudinal study
sciencedirect · 63 days ago
What Our Research Really Says About Teen Well-Being and Instagram - About Facebook
about.fb · 64 days ago
How to Stay on Schedule Even When You Go Off Track
nirandfar · 65 days ago
How to Survive in a World of Information Overload
nireyal.medium · 65 days ago
Steal These 3 Advertising Secrets–To Use As Motivation Hacks
nirandfar · 71 days ago
Peak-End Rule: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices
nirandfar · 73 days ago
Sparked: Discover Your Unique Imprint for Work that Makes You Come Alive - Kindle edition by Fields, Jonathan. Health, Fitness & Dieting Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
amazon · 73 days ago
Stop Thinking About Your Bad Habits! [Do This Instead.]
nirandfar · 74 days ago
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Want to Know How to Stick to Your Goals? Make Yourself a Pinky Promise.
nireyal.medium · 74 days ago
20 Common Values [and Why People Can't Agree On More]
nirandfar · 79 days ago
Episode #370 — Podpreneur
podpreneur.co.uk · 79 days ago
The Real Reason Apple and Google Want You to Use Your Phone Less
nirandfar · 85 days ago
If You Don’t Plan Your Time, Someone Else Will
nireyal.medium · 85 days ago
Nir Eyal on Quest
quest.audio · 86 days ago
The 7-Minute Productivity Solution: How to Manage Your Schedule, Overcome Distraction, and Achieve the Results You Want: Brandon, John: 9780800740252: Amazon.com: Books
amazon · 87 days ago
Fundamental Attribution Error: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices
nirandfar · 91 days ago
How to Prevent Mind Wandering from Driving You to Distraction
nireyal.medium · 92 days ago
The Ultimate Guide to Liars and Lying: Everyone Falls Into These 4 Types
nirandfar · 93 days ago
Can We Please Stop Calling Everyone “Addicted”?
nirandfar · 94 days ago
Why The Social Dilemma is Wrong
daniellenewnham.medium · 96 days ago
Mind Hacking a Book
nirandfar · 104 days ago
Indistractable part 7: How to have indistractable relationships
prezi · 109 days ago
Happiness Hack: This One Ritual Made Me Much Happier
nirandfar · 111 days ago
Indistractable part 6: How to raise indistractable children (and why we all need psychological nutrients)
prezi · 111 days ago
Hindsight Bias: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices
nirandfar · 113 days ago
Indistractable part 5: How to make your workplace indistractable
prezi · 113 days ago
Read every story from Nir Eyal (and thousands of other writers on Medium)
medium · 113 days ago
What Do You Do When Someone 'Steals' Your Amazing Idea?
nirandfar · 114 days ago
Timeboxing: The Most Powerful Time Management Technique You’re Probably Not Using
nirandfar · 115 days ago
Indistractable part 4: Prevent distraction with pacts
prezi · 116 days ago
How to Build Technology that Feels Like a Friend
nirandfar · 117 days ago
How to Boost Desire Using the Psychology of Scarcity
nirandfar · 118 days ago
A ‘Quiet Zone’ Without Wi-Fi or Cellphones Should Be an Idyll. But Is It?
nytimes · 118 days ago
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