Summary of The Biology of Success
Copyright © 2000 by Robert Arnot, M.D.
Published by arrangement with Little, Brown and Company
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If you want to learn how to structure your life to boost your success, this book is a good primer. Robert Arnot, M.D., offers scientifically oriented coaching and his guide is imminently practical. In topics ranging from exercise and diet to cognitive therapy, he describes the benefits of his easy-to-follow techniques and helps readers understand why they work. Arnot even finds scientific reasons for previously unexplained coaching concepts. Whether you are a science buff or just someone looking to get ahead, getAbstract recommends this book’s simple, useful advice for improving your career and your life.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to program yourself for success
- Why exercise and diet are crucial to high performance
- How to elevate your mood
About the Author
Robert Arnot, M.D., is chief medical correspondent for NBC News. He has written six other books, including the best-selling Breast Cancer Prevention Diet, Dr. Bob Arnot's Revolutionary Weight Control Program and Turning Back the Clock.
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