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This is Why You Didn’t Change

This is Why You Didn’t Change

Last week I covered James Clear’s 4-step process to building a habit: cue, craving, response, and reward (from his excellent book, Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones). (#ad) As you recall, all habits begin with cues. Clear...
This is Why You Didn’t Change

4 Steps to Habit Formation

Last week, we began discussing James Clear’s excellent book, Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones. (#ad) We talked about three starting points for habit formation: 1) improving by 1% each day, 2) relying on systems rather than...
This is Why You Didn’t Change

You Are Your Habits

Since May, we have been talking about personal productivity, habits, and willpower. Early in my research, I stumbled over James Clear’s excellent book, Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones. (#ad) It is an excellent book, and I...
This is Why You Didn’t Change

Willpower (Part V)

In the last lesson, we learned that willpower works like a muscle. We found that if you exercise your willpower, you can make it grow. However, we also found that you can also exhaust your reserve of willpower if you are not careful. In this lesson on willpower, we...
This is Why You Didn’t Change

Willpower (Part IV)

In the last lesson, we talked about how we can increase our supply of willpower. I promised that in this lesson we would talk about how willpower works. We used to think that willpower was either an inborn trait or we believed that people of good character had...