Your Mind is What Your Brain does for a Living

“Steve Fogel’s book is a great journey to finding happiness and inner peace. He offers great insight into how we are programmed, how to understand the brain, and how to make positive changes.”
Kris Jenner, TV personality and manager/producer



“Anyone who wants to lead a happier and healthier life must read this book. I couldn’t put it down.”
Earl Mindell, R.Ph., Ph.D.,
Author of New Vitamin Bible and Prescription Alternatives



“In our most private moments, we all see the patterns in our lives that hold us back. But what we don’t see clearly is how they were set in motion or how to go about changing things. Fogel lays out a blueprint for both—a map with easy-to-follow exercises designed to reset ‘faulty wiring’ and create the potential to live healthier, more accepting, and more loving lives.”
Connell Cowan, Ph.D., coauthor of Smart Women/Foolish Choices



“How can you choose from the flurry of self-help books that attempt to help us navigate through our rapidly changing times? The beauty of this book resides in its comprehensive appreciation of how we can control the timeless unconscious patterns of our childhoods right up to how the current contributions of the neurosciences can help us live more peacefully in the present.”
Fred M. Sander, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College, and author of Individual and Family Therapy



“Fogel provides a compelling ‘playbook’ on a way to achieve a full and rewarding life.”
Frank Mancuso, former Chairman and CEO, Paramount Pictures and MGM Studios



“Among the many wise messages in Steve Fogel’s book is that in order to nurture those you love, you must first nurture yourself. To learn how best to do that, turn to page 1 and keep reading.”
Ann Pleshette Murphy, parenting educator and author of The 7 Stages of Motherhood



“Steve Fogel’s book serves as a practical bridge between understanding oneself and making the necessary changes for a more meaningful life. As a psychiatrist, I can say that it does so by providing building blocks for constructive self-awareness in a most accessible and organized fashion.”
Diane Weiss, M.D.



“Steve Fogel shows the reader how to live a successful and balanced life full of purpose. I am impressed that his positive and educated messaging will help many find their own roads to success.”
Tom Gores, founder, Chairman, and CEO, Platinum Equity, LLC



“Every day our volunteer coaching program assists young adults seeking jobs in a difficult economy. By the time they find us, these college grads have met with so much rejection or lack of responsiveness from the workplace that they feel anxious and utterly defeated. I can think of no better way to help them regain hope and agency than to recommend this book. Rather than feel like victims, they learn to understand their own thought processes, let go of self-defeating patterns, make mindful choices, and increase inner strength. What an enormous gift to a young person starting out in life!”
Wendy Schuman, founder, Grad Life Choices, and former Executive Editor, Parents magazine



“Bringing together the latest neuroscience, mind/body work, cognitive/behavioral psychology, and the science and art of mindfulness, Steven Fogel’s latest book presents any reader the direction and tools to climb out of the trap that keeps one from achieving a more fulfilling, transformative, and creative life.”
Roland A. Frauchiger, M.A., M.F.T.



Your Mind Is What Your Brain Does for a Living is a jewel! I’ve long described to patients that the brain is like a computer, and the mind is like the software. It can be reprogrammed at any time. Steven’s new book explains neurobiology in laymen’s terms, and the message I get is that the brain and the mind do not have to be divorced. They can do couples’ counseling and work together for a common goal: your sanity. The book is intelligent, down-to-earth, thoughtful, funny, honest, and freeing.”
Nancy Irwin, PsyD, CHt, hypnotherapist and author



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Your Mind is What Your Brain does for a Living