Your mind, beyond being "a terrible thing to waste," can also help you achieve great things and make brilliant decisions. The brain is a malleable, creative, and adaptive organ. Which is why organization is not really about sorting through your inbox and decluttering your desk, it's about learning how to understand your brain and regulate your thinking, as Margaret Moore told Big Think in a recent interview. Moore is the co-founder and co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School. With Paul Hammernness, MD, a psychiatrist at Mass General and professor at Harvard who has been involved in research on the brain and behavior for the past 10 years, she writes about how exactly you can train your brain to focus and be more attentive. Nora Volkow, Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, tells how we can trick the brain into craving exercise instead of potato chips and chocolate. Sam Wang explains the scientific research behind changing the brain.