#30 - Giving your brain novelty, for fun and profit

Nathan interviews Dan about his latest Superorganizers article, “Dopamine Stacking.”

Why are we always compelled to try new tools, which often feels great for a little while, and then wears off

Can we perhaps harness this novelty-seeking behavior for good?

Listen to find out!


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