How You Decide What and How Much To Eat & Using Your Imagination for a Better Life
Published October 23, 2017
36 min
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    When you see people do embarrassing things, it is sometimes hard not to laugh or judge. But interestingly, you probably do the same or similar things that are just as embarrassing. I’ll explain how I know that. Also, could the size and color of your plate affect how much you eat? Dr. Brian Wansink, Director of the Food & Brand Lab at Cornell University and author of the book, Mindless Eating ( offers some fascinating research that shows the different things that impact our food choices. Plus, we take a look at your imagination. Your imagination can run wild and create problems for you or you can use it to create a better life for yourself. James Mapes, researcher, speaker and author of the book Imagine That ( helps you understand what your imagination is and how to use it to your advantage. Have you heard the advice that it is better to spend money on experiences than on material things? While there may be some wisdom in that, it isn’t always true. I’ll explain why.
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