Educational Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Bobby Hoffman published his new book “Hack Your Motivation: Over 50 Science-Based Strategies to Improve Performance” through Attribution Press.
The book is designed to help individuals establish and refine their personal and professional identities and is based on empirical research from education, psychology, business, neuroscience, and athletics.
The publication is also ideal for helping undergraduate and graduate students with academic motivation, peak performance, student success, and have a rewarding college experience.
Attribution Press’ book description: “Hack Your Motivation” gives you the latest and most reliable performance tools and tips to help you reach your personal or profession goals. Written by motivational scientist and leadership consultant Dr. Bobby Hoffman, this book converts hardcore research into easy-to-read and simple-to-master strategies.
Matt Hallett, Hallett Training Consulting LLC Founder and LinkedIn Sales and Account Management Influencer said the book is “In an entertaining and informative way, Dr. Hoffman transforms the best of motivation science into relevant, hands-on strategies that deliver instant results. I was amazed at the ease of implementing the unique ideas. I learned so much about my motivational beliefs, choices, and behavior—knowledge that gives me a competitive edge and allows me to help others. If your goals include success at school, work, or life, this is the book for you.”
“Hack Your Motivation: Over 50 Science-Based Strategies to Improve Performance” retails for $19.99 in paperback and $9.99 in e-formats. The book is available at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Books-A-Million.