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10 Mistakes In Behaviour Change, By Stanford University, Part II

So in last week’s article, we learnt the first 5 mistakes we make when changing behaviours and habits, courtesy of the Persuasive Tech Lab from the University of Stanford. Today, I tackle the next 5 mistakes. I hope this article is as beneficial to you as it has been for me!   Mistake #6: Underestimating […]

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10 Mistakes In Behaviour Change, By Stanford University, Part I

It’s Friday. 🙂 If you were around me, we’d do the happy dance. If you read my blog post earlier this week, I had touched very briefly on a team known as the Persuasive Tech Lab based in Stanford University, and its take on the 10 mistakes we make when changing and replacing old behaviours […]

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Willpower Vs. Tiny Habits: Which Works Best?

This has been a particularly tough start to the week! Where I am, the weather changed suddenly from sunny, cloudless skies to rainy, chilly weather, which made me catch a bit of a cold, which has effectively lowered my energy to do very much, which in turn has affected my wanting to do very much. […]

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