The Complete Habits Masterclass, Science of Making New Habits and Breaking Old Habits.
Building sustainable habits are HARD. The good news is, you’re not the problem. Messages from the fitness and nutrition industries lead us to believe that if you just try hard enough and buy their quick fix, you can shed those pounds, gain that muscle, and finally feel good about your body in a matter of weeks. But for those of us that have tried that approach again and again, we know that’s not true.
What’s missing is an understanding of HOW habits work, and how to build ones that last. That’s where this course comes in. I want to cut through the bullshit to help you understand how sustainable habit-building works, and which ones are most important for your long-term health.
In this class, you will learn the best principles and tools for designing better habits and then use them to complete a hands-on project: designing a sustainable daily habit to improve your productivity, creativity, health, or wellbeing.
Deconstruct and understand the Habit Loop, the basic model that governs habit formation
Learn the most effective techniques for strengthening each component of a new habit
What turns behaviors into habits
The three R’s of habit formation: Reminder, Routine, and Reward
How long it takes to incorporate new habits into one’s routine
The importance of intention
How to break down a habit
How to identify triggers
The importance of rewards in developing habits.
Why willpower and commitment are important
Developing a move more mindset
Anchoring new habits in existing routines
Recruiting neural reward mechanisms to make habits sustainable
Tying behavior change to meaningful implementation intentions
Building self-confidence and self-belief using small wins
Using closers to address behavioral loopholes
Modifying your environment to support habit change
A highly condensed overview of the most effective habit change principles and techniques, based on years of research and coaching experience.
Enhanced performance in any area of life depends on systematic, regular practice.
Understanding of science-based techniques for behavior change
Increased time, energy, and willpower from putting productive habits on autopilot