Mini-habits for Big Success: the Latest Science on Habit Formation, Behavior Change, and Neuroplasticity
November 6, 2019 from Noon - 1:00pm MT
Virtual Program (Webinar)
Presented by James Garrett
CCEs: 1 in Core Competency and 0.5 in Resource Development
Habits are our brain's go to tool to tackle almost any goal or task, which is why helping your clients get in the driver’s seat of their habit-making machinery can be a game changer. You’ll walk away with everything you need to help your clients know to start making measurable change. Just like learning how to play the piano, learning how to form positive habits is a skill set.
• Why the key to knocking out habits is building them sequentially, not simultaneously
• How to use proven methods like "habit stacking" and "habit tracking" to make or break any habit
• Why keeping your client motivated is easy with one small tweak.
• How motivation often follows action, rather than preceding it.
• How making your habits "stupid small" can be the game-changer you and your coaching client have been looking for.
About James Garrett
For over a decade, I've been studying and teaching the psychology of success, and unpacking the brain science behind what makes human beings thrive. As an entrepreneur, scientist, trainer, and coach, I am passionate about turning academic knowledge about the human brain into practical tools that anyone can use to change their life—and the world.
Having built a highly successful social startup—and having gone through a major burnout along the way—I feel deeply and personally that we need to change the way we live, work, and innovate. So I've spent the past several years building powerful, 100% evidence-based tools that help individuals and organizations maximize their productivity, creativity & joy.
My true calling is to bridge the gap between academia and the real world, but my journey started in the lab. My research and writing on snap judgments, self-efficacy, and emotional intelligence has been published in top scientific journals, including the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and PLOS ONE. I graduated summa cum laude in Psychology from Columbia University.