CHANGING BEHAVIOR AND HEALTHTHROUGH CHANGING ENVIRONMENTAndrew Han
CHANGING MY WORKSPACETO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY AND       DECREASE STRESS
CHANGING WORKSPACES               THE PROBLEMMore desk clutter meantmore irrelevant material tolook at (often unfinishedwor...
CHANGING WORKSPACES   THE SOLUTION     Emptying my deskWorking on the desk extension
THE RESULT   More efficientHigher concentration Less overwhelmed  More organized
CHANGING MY WORK CONTEXTTO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY AND       DECREASE STRESS
CHANGING WORK CONTEXTS          THE PROBLEMOften associated dorm deskand desktop computer withrecreation (Facebook,YouTube...
CHANGING WORKSPACES           THE SOLUTIONWorking at the library   Keyboard / mouse out of reach
FRUITS, WATER, AND EXERCISE
EATING HEALTHY                        THE PROBLEMEver since moving in: -Eating fewer fruits -Drinking less water, dehydrat...
EATING HEALTHY          THE SOLUTIONPutting bottled water in bag and on tableTaking fruit from dining hall and place on desk
EATING HEALTHY         THE (UNEXPECTED) RESULTI went to the gym regularly over the summer, but stoppedafter school started...
CHANGING MY BACKPACK HABITSTO PAY MORE ATTENTION IN CLASS
BACKPACK HABITS       THE PROBLEMLaptop too distracting during class
BACKPACK HABITS                THE SOLUTIONStop taking laptop to class unless absolutely necessary               No, not e...
BACKPACK HABITS              THE RESULTTook better notesAsked more questions (more candy from CS106A)
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    1. 1. CHANGING BEHAVIOR AND HEALTHTHROUGH CHANGING ENVIRONMENTAndrew Han
    2. 2. CHANGING MY WORKSPACETO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY AND DECREASE STRESS
    3. 3. CHANGING WORKSPACES THE PROBLEMMore desk clutter meantmore irrelevant material tolook at (often unfinishedwork from other classes)which meant moredistractions /discouragement (friend’s room)
    4. 4. CHANGING WORKSPACES THE SOLUTION Emptying my deskWorking on the desk extension
    5. 5. THE RESULT More efficientHigher concentration Less overwhelmed More organized
    6. 6. CHANGING MY WORK CONTEXTTO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY AND DECREASE STRESS
    7. 7. CHANGING WORK CONTEXTS THE PROBLEMOften associated dorm deskand desktop computer withrecreation (Facebook,YouTube, etc)
    8. 8. CHANGING WORKSPACES THE SOLUTIONWorking at the library Keyboard / mouse out of reach
    9. 9. FRUITS, WATER, AND EXERCISE
    10. 10. EATING HEALTHY THE PROBLEMEver since moving in: -Eating fewer fruits -Drinking less water, dehydrated* -Not going to the gym anymore -Stanford food too enticing *from design building bathroom
    11. 11. EATING HEALTHY THE SOLUTIONPutting bottled water in bag and on tableTaking fruit from dining hall and place on desk
    12. 12. EATING HEALTHY THE (UNEXPECTED) RESULTI went to the gym regularly over the summer, but stoppedafter school started, but fruits reminded me of the “healthy feeling” from working out and compelled me to go more.Can one behavior facilitate or lead to other good ones?
    13. 13. CHANGING MY BACKPACK HABITSTO PAY MORE ATTENTION IN CLASS
    14. 14. BACKPACK HABITS THE PROBLEMLaptop too distracting during class
    15. 15. BACKPACK HABITS THE SOLUTIONStop taking laptop to class unless absolutely necessary No, not even for CS106A
    16. 16. BACKPACK HABITS THE RESULTTook better notesAsked more questions (more candy from CS106A)
    17. 17. Thanks for reading!
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