Elizabeth R. Ricker is the author of the new book, “SMARTER TOMORROW: How 15 Minutes of Neurohacking A Day Can Help You Work Better, Think Faster, and Get More Done” (Little, Brown Spark/Hachette). SMARTER TOMORROW was chosen by The Wall Street Journal as one of "12 Books to Start a Smart New Year". It was one of the “Top Book Bites of 2021” picked by New York Times bestselling authors Malcolm Gladwell, Susan Cain, Adam Grant, and Dan Pink’s Next Big Idea Club. The book was nominated for the Audie, Porchlight, Nautilus, and William James Book Awards. Thousands of English-language copies have been sold globally, and it is being translated into Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Romanian, and Russian. Ricker lectures worldwide and consults with Silicon Valley venture capital firms, technology startups, and the Fortune 500. She collaborates on “DIY neuroscience” projects with university, school, and community organizations. Her work has been featured in Fast Company, Psychology Today, the March for Science's book "Science Not Silence" (MIT Press), and on public broadcast TV in Europe. Before she got into neuroscience, she was a nationally ranked squash player. Ricker received her undergraduate degree from MIT, her graduate degree from Harvard, and she conducted neuroscience research at both institutions. For author updates and access to neurohacking tools and resources, visit ericker.com.Read more Read less
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