The problem with most home or work-based wellbeing programs is people. Yep. People. People get in the way of themselves. Time and time again. Oh and again. This brings us back to another topic I have been discussing (the science of) recently i.e. habit change. A few more articles have caught my eye and got … Continue reading Wellbeing: The Catch is you!!
This is part of our quick reads series; helping you stay informed without hogging your precious time. This post covers Duhigg's book: The Power of Habit. It's not all good news ‘When habits form the brain stops fully participating in decision making’ . What does this mean to us mere mortals? It is bad news, … Continue reading The Power of Habit
Recently I have focused on blogging and reading on the science of habits. I have summarised my learnings in these eight evidence-based tips to create the habits you want & delete the ones you don't: Get clear on your values and roles life (e.g. coach, parent, employee, leader). Set clear SMART goals for your planned … Continue reading 8 Tips to Get Control of your Habits
Welcome to the conclusion of the science (or not) in the 7 habits of highly effective people. Habit 7 involves sharpening the saw. In this case, the saw is you. You will only effectively cut that metaphorical tree if you are sharp as … well ... a saw. Covey's opening parable drives this home. We … Continue reading Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
Welcome to habit 6 on the science (or not) in the 7 habits of highly effective people. Habit 6 Those following so far will know my larger conclusion is pointing to -> trying to find the 'evidence base' / scientific support for management gurus ideas, is a fool's errand. That is me in the basket, … Continue reading Habit 6: Synergise