Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything
Tiny Habits was written by BJ Fogg, who is the founder of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University. He’s one of the world’s foremost experts on the science and psychology of behavior change, and his work in this area has had a significant impact on the way we approach habit change. Whether we’re talking about product development to personal development—if it involves change, BJ Fogg is your guy. And in Tiny Habits, he shares his research-backed insights on habit change and why it doesn’t have to be as hard as you think.
Here’s what you’ll learn about in this book summary:
- The key to creating habits that stick
- How to use the Fogg Behavior Model as a framework for creating the changes you want to see in your life
- How to use formulas to help new habits take hold
- and much, much more..
You can start making major changes by taking minor actions. The notion that all change is hard is a myth. In reality, change can be easy if you know the simple steps of behavior design.
“If there’s one concept from my book I hope you embrace, it’s this: People change best by feeling good, not by feeling bad.” —BJ Fogg, from Tiny Habits
“…bad habits are not fundamentally different from good habits when it comes to basic components. Behavior is behavior; it’s always a result of motivation, ability, and a prompt coming together at the same moment.” —BJ Fogg, from Tiny Habits
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- TINY IS MIGHTY
- THE FOGG BEHAVIOR MODEL (B = MAP)
- PLACE YOUR PROMPT ABOVE THE ACTION LINE
- THE ANATOMY OF TINY HABITS
- THE 7 STEPS OF BEHAVIOR DESIGN
- ANCHOR PROMPTS
- EMOTIONS CREATE HABITS
- CELEBRATE AND FEEL THE “SHINE”
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