How To Build Good Habits (and Keep Them!) - LinkedIn Webinar
Start Time & Date:
7/6/2022 10:00 AM
End Time & Date:
7/6/2022 11:00 AM
How can you build positive habits that stick?
How many times have you vowed to start the new year afresh, with new habits and stopping old ones?.... only to fall back into the same habits days, weeks or months later?
You're not alone.
Creating - and more importantly KEEPING - new habits, is a skill that is learned and that few truly master.
The book 'Atomic Habits' by James Clear, is an amazing resource... An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones.
The author explains that if you make a 1% positive change every day, you'll be 37 times better at something after 1 year.
Therein the subtitle of his book remarks, "Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results"
Why are habits important?
As a business coach, there are 3 main elements that I help my clients with:
- Providing professional coach support
- Holding my clients accountable, and
- Providing an outsider's perspective
Each element is not possible without providing critique on what my clients can do better; and often that starts with one small change - that, over time, leads to bigger changes and leveraged results.
Every person on this earth has habits.
I can almost guarantee you that every person also has habits they wish they could break.
Imagine the difference you could make if you just changed ONE habit, and improved in one area by only 1% each day...
If this is an area that you consider could make a massive difference in your life (and it would!), I’m going to break down some of my top takeaways from James' book and unpack some of his top teachings.
As I always say, the L plates to Earning is Learning. If you are willing to invest time into learning new skills, you will gain knowledge that you can apply across all aspects of your life.
This FREE web event is interactive so you’ll walk away with actionable steps you can implement straight away.
- How to apply the Habit Stacking formula
- What is Synaptic Pruning?
- How to find the right triggers to create new habits
- How to associate habits with feelings
- Why systems are more important than goals
- Learn about James' CCRR method (Cue, Craving, Response, Reward)
Hope to see you there.