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Caroline Arnold has been a technology leader on Wall Street for more than a decade, managing some of the financial world’s largest software development teams and leading some of the industry’s most visible and complex initiatives. A dynamic and engaging speaker, she has appeared before groups as large as 5,000 people. Caroline is a recipient of the Wall Street & Technology Award for Innovation for building the auction system for the Google IPO, and her name appears on technology patents pending. Caroline serves as a Managing Director at a leading Wall Street investment bank.

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    10 Insights for Permanent Improvement from Caroline L. Arnold 10 Insights for Permanent Improvement from Caroline L. Arnold Presentation Transcript

    • we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live.
    • This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • Caroline L. Arnold Caroline Arnold has been a technology leader on Wall Street for more than a decade, leading a team of nearly five hundred technologists at Morgan Stanley. She and her team received the Wall Street and Technology Award for creating the Google IPO Auction platform and her name appears on several patents. She is a managing director at a leading investment banking firm and lives in New York City with her family. @CarolineLArnold
    • 1 Change is difficult, but lasting change is even more rare unless, you focus on consistently making and keeping micro-resolutions.
    • 2 No change, regardless of how small is insignificant; it’s the cumulative effect of small changes that will have a permanent impact.
    • 3 Keep in mind that your willpower is a finite resource. don’t waste it on an unsustainable behavior.
    • 4 Being explicit about the cues that trigger certain behavior is the first and most important step towards changing it.
    • 5 Delayed gratification is the habit of the successful, only because they celebrate their continual progress along the way.
    • 6 Want improve your relationship with money? start appreciating the value of a single dollar - every day.
    • 7 Success becomes a habit when you demonstrate a consistent pattern of behavior. start by doing - not just being.
    • 7 Success becomes a habit when you demonstrate a consistent pattern of behavior. start by doing - not just being.
    • 8 Having a hard time committing to a fitness routine? Try walking around your office a few times each hour.
    • 9 You make comfort with an unknowable future by making peace with the now.
    • 10 Follow these seven steps and your small moves will lead to bigger change:
    • 10 Follow these seven steps and your small moves will lead to bigger change: Don’t make a micro-resolution that you can’t keep
    • 10 Follow these seven steps and your small moves will lead to bigger change: Keep your micro-resolution explicit and actionable
    • 10 Follow these seven steps and your small moves will lead to bigger change: Set up your micro-resolution to pay off immediately
    • 10 Follow these seven steps and your small moves will lead to bigger change: Keep your micro-resolution highly personal
    • 10 Follow these seven steps and your small moves will lead to bigger change: Frame your micro-resolution in a positive way
    • 10 Follow these seven steps and your small moves will lead to bigger change: Remember that your micro-resolution will fire on certain cues
    • 10 Follow these seven steps and your small moves will lead to bigger change: Start by making just one or two micro-resolution
    • REALLY REFLECT What’s the one habit that you’re eager to change, but can’t?
    • Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com