Get it done Surprising lessons from the science of motivation

Ayelet Fishbach

Book - 2022

Based on research from the field of motivation science, this new framework for setting and achieving goals discusses how to attack the "middle problem," battle temptations, and use the help of others.

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2nd Floor 153.8/Fishbach Due Jun 6, 2023
Self-help publications
New York, NY : Little, Brown Spark 2022
First edition
Item Description
On jacket cover, title is shown as: Forget quit undone. The first part of each word, "For" "qu" and "un", are in white with a black line drawn through them, leaving "Get it done" in black.
Physical Description
xv, 287 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-272) and index.
Main Author
Ayelet Fishbach (author)
  • Part 1. Choose your goal. 1. Goals aren't chores
  • 2. Put a number on it
  • 3. Incentives matter
  • 4. Intrinsic motivation (and why you should have more fun)
  • Part II. Keep pulling. 5. Progress increase motivation
  • 6. The glass half full and half empty
  • 7. The middle problem
  • 8. "You're wrong!": learning from negative feedback
  • Part III. Competing goals. 9. Goal juggling
  • 10. Self-control
  • 11. Patience
  • Part IV. Social support. 12. Pursuing goals in the presence of others
  • 13. Pursuing goals with others
  • 14. Goals make a happy relationship.
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