How to Balance the Needs of Your Future Self and Your Present Self- 154
In Episode 154 I discuss the needs and wants of your future self and your present self and how the chemical dopamine plays a role. This came up after reading the book The Molecule of More by Daniel Z. Lieberman and Michael E. Long.
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3:01: In Episode 154 I discuss the needs and wants of your future self and your present self and how the chemical dopamine plays a role. This came up after reading the book The Molecule of More by Daniel Z. Lieberman and Michael E. Long.
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