You've hear of mind over matter? Here's how the rich put their minds over their money.
Why can't you chip away at that daunting pile of debt? You might want to blame your brain.
Science says multitasking hurts our productivity. Here's how multitasking keeps you from your financial goals, too.
Fear can destroy your life. Radical implosion can help you destroy your fears.
Spending addiction is real, damaging, and scary. If you recognize yourself in any of these signs, you may need to seek help.
A "reverse bucket list" — a running tally of all the wonderful things you've already accomplished — can be the perfect personal finance motivator.
Forget making a "To Buy" list. Instead, focus on what you didn't buy, and watch your savings add up.
Blowing your hard-earned cash on impulse, emotional, and stress shopping? Your lizard brain is to blame.
The rush from that big, must-have purchase only lasts a short while before dreaded buyer’s remorse sets in. How come?
The human brain is a beautiful, complex thing. It's also a total shopaholic.
Saving money is good for your bank account, but it's also good for your mental well-being. Start saving and start feeling better about yourself!
Your brain is a powerful tool! Make sure you're using its power for good.
The human brain is not powerful enough to will money into existence — but it's close. Here's how to put mind over money.
From anchoring to the Midas Touch, learn how restaurateurs and their employees exploit consumer psychology to get you to spend more.
Self improvement is hard, right? Wrong! Become the person you want to be with some simple tricks that leverage some quirks of your brain.
Meat gets a bad rap, but there's lots to recommend it. Consider these eight reasons, and then make a visit to your butcher!
Following the herd was a good survival strategy for our subsistence ancestors. Today it's a good way to get your investment funds trampled.
For a better's night's sleep, try goal priming to unleash the power of your unconscious.
We often think that having more choices is better. But in reality, having more options might cause us to make bad decisions — like getting risky mortgages.
Want to know how grocery stores are parting you from your hard-earned cash? Learn about these supermarket psychology tricks.
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