The #behavior-change pile
- How To Coach Yourself
- One meaningful thing
- Self-coaching experiment results
- How I track my life
- Make better resolutions
- Live like a hydra
- The Elephants
- How to change yourself (v0.1)
- Are your habits tiny or huge?
- The long slog
- $1 for you (conclusion)
- My 2013 resolution: memento morning
- "Anything is possible."
- Disconnect Saturdays
- Behavior change is belief change
- $1 for you
- The "I don't want to" habit
- Why 'Just Do It' is bullshit
- Everything I (currently) know about starting and keeping habits in one long manifesto
- A duck bears no grudges
- Spring, Sponge, or Stone?
The standard model of behavior change is silly. Come read about my much weirder systems model!
A space within upheaval.
First 9 participants.
The most important thing to track is quality time.
Consider the environment that your resolutions are made in.
Thoughts on how to get stronger when things are chaotic.
Using accountability as the primary tool for self-improvement is well-articulated here.
In 6 steps.
Hint: there are no tiny habits.
Different modes of work.
Reflections on the experiment.
My resolution for 2013.
As long as you have infinite time and resources.
Are we what we repeatedly do?
Help me stop complaining.
Addressing our inner voices.
Because everything isn't possible.
Written for the Bold Academy blog.
The post I wrote when we closed down Habit Labs.
Every day, when you wake up, ask yourself: am I a SPRING, a SPONGE, or a STONE?