Today’s guest is Dr. Tara Swart. Tara is a neuroscientist, a former psychiatrist, and senior lecturer at MIT Sloan. She is also a leadership advisor and works with leaders all over the world to help them achieve mental resilience and peak brain performance while also helping them improve their ability to manage stress, regulate emotions and retain information. Tara has become wildly popular for her work in bridging the gap between science and spirituality and teaching others how to use science based tools to leverage the law of attraction and utilize the power of manifestation. 


Today on the show we discuss: the power of manifestation and how to correctly manifest what you want in life, how to cultivate an abundance mindset, the science of gratitude and what steps you can take to remain grateful, practical tools for rewiring negative thought patterns, how to use the law of attraction to their advantage, how to remain optimistic during challenging times and more. 


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What to listen for:

00:00 Intro

00:14 How to bring abundance into your life

01:33 The science of gratitude

03:35 Developing a gratitude practice 

05:57 What manifestation actually means 

07:28 Why is manifesting misunderstood?

09:25 Steps you can take to manifest what you want in life

12:27 The proper way to use a “vision board”

15:50 How long does it take for things to change?

19:33 How to rewire negative thought patterns

27:07 The law of attraction

32:03 How to become more “magnetic”

32:40 Why did Tara start to study spirituality?

39:30 What is the “universe”?

43:49 How long does it take to change a habit?

45:53 Developing an optimistic mindset during adversity 



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