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Automatic  Success  How to Create  Winning Habits
TheGeoff McDonald @BookRapper BookRapper.com
The BookGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
The BookCharlesDuhigg.com
Charles DuhiggCharlesDuhigg.com
Habits : I, We, UsThe BIG Idea
How much do you think?Speed RAP
40%            Unthinking HabitsSpeed RAP
POKE ME!Book Rapper Says...
Human BecomingsYour Challenge : Which Habits Will You Kick?
Invisible to the Naked EyeExposing your habits as habits
123456789012345678901234567890          The 30 Days of HabitsWhat’s your Challenge?
I : Personal HabitsGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
We Are Our HabitsOne habit is nothing, all our habits are everything
We Can ChangeChange your habits, change your results
ShortcutsOur brains chunk our behaviour into habits
Cue           Something Happens!ALL habits are triggered by some event
Routine                  We Respond!ALL habits are automatic behaviours
Reward                     We Get Paid!There’s a reason for ALL of our habits
Cue                Routine                Reward                 The Habit StepsThe general formula for habits includes th...
Routine                Cue                RewardNot Quite a Habit Loop
Image : WikiCommonsWhy Do You Brush Your Teeth?
Image : WikiCommonsWhat do you crave?
Routine                Cue                Reward                         CravingClosing the Habit Loop
Visualize to build your desire
We Are Our HabitsThe people we hang out with reinforce our habits
Routine                Cue                  RewardThe secret to changing your habits
Half the Hab-battleCreate a list of triggers to identify the source of your habit
We : Organisational HabitsGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
KeystoneSome habits are more important than others
Image : WikiCommons                        CascadeMaster Habits trigger other responses
What’s the typical Keystone Habit for wellbeing?
What is Michael Phelp’s Keystone Habit?
What was Alcoa CEO Paul O’Neill’s Keystone Habit?
Accumulate Small WinsThe best way to uncover your Master Habits
What’s the single most important habit you can develop?
Cue              Routine    Reward               The Habit StepsHow to develop your Willpower
Cue              Routine      Reward             Delay GratificationHow to develop your Willpower
Routine                            Routine    Cue              Reward             Cue             Reward                  ...
Room To MoveGive me autonomy and my willpower will grow
Fan the FlamesUse a crisis as an opportunity to shift organisational habits
TruceOrganisations are like civil-war battlefields
Us : Society HabitsGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
Manipulating HabitsBy definition, habits are predictable
Image : WikiCommons                    PredictableSupermarkets are designed to prey on our habits
Image : WikiCommons      Predictably UnpredictableWe change our habits when we change our lives
Too PredictableEverything we buy is recorded and analysed
The Habit SandwichHow to Introduce Innovative Ideas/Products
Rosa ParksWhy do some small acts cause a ripple effect?
Martin Luther KingMovements thrive through creating new habits
Strong TiesThe people we know directly
Weak TiesThe people you know through other people
Strong     Weak               Two StrategiesHow to Create a Movement
Strong     Weak                 Weak      Strong               Two StrategiesHow to Create a Movement
Strong          Weak   Identity              Three EssentialsHow to Create a Movement
Actions : Changing Your HabitsGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
No Secret FormulaNo one strategy will work for every person every time
Identify the RoutineStep 1 to create new habits
Test RewardsStep 2 to create new habits
Isolate the Cue                      1 Location                      2 Time                      3 Emotion                ...
Routine                   Routine    Cue              Reward    Cue             Reward                     Create a PlanSt...
More...GeoffMcDonald.com/blog
Buy the Book!CharlesDuhigg.com
Peter Sim • Little Bets
Who do you want to be?Your Challenge : Which Habits Will You Kick?
A                                    PresentationRecording available for members at : BookRapper.com
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The key to being successful in life is to create winning habits. In this Book Rapper slides show we offer a toolkit for creating successful habits. It's derived from Charles Duhigg's book The Power of Habits.

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  1. 1. Automatic Success How to Create Winning Habits
  2. 2. TheGeoff McDonald @BookRapper BookRapper.com
  3. 3. The BookGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
  4. 4. The BookCharlesDuhigg.com
  5. 5. Charles DuhiggCharlesDuhigg.com
  6. 6. Habits : I, We, UsThe BIG Idea
  7. 7. How much do you think?Speed RAP
  8. 8. 40% Unthinking HabitsSpeed RAP
  9. 9. POKE ME!Book Rapper Says...
  10. 10. Human BecomingsYour Challenge : Which Habits Will You Kick?
  11. 11. Invisible to the Naked EyeExposing your habits as habits
  12. 12. 123456789012345678901234567890 The 30 Days of HabitsWhat’s your Challenge?
  13. 13. I : Personal HabitsGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
  14. 14. We Are Our HabitsOne habit is nothing, all our habits are everything
  15. 15. We Can ChangeChange your habits, change your results
  16. 16. ShortcutsOur brains chunk our behaviour into habits
  17. 17. Cue Something Happens!ALL habits are triggered by some event
  18. 18. Routine We Respond!ALL habits are automatic behaviours
  19. 19. Reward We Get Paid!There’s a reason for ALL of our habits
  20. 20. Cue Routine Reward The Habit StepsThe general formula for habits includes these 3 steps
  21. 21. Routine Cue RewardNot Quite a Habit Loop
  22. 22. Image : WikiCommonsWhy Do You Brush Your Teeth?
  23. 23. Image : WikiCommonsWhat do you crave?
  24. 24. Routine Cue Reward CravingClosing the Habit Loop
  25. 25. Visualize to build your desire
  26. 26. We Are Our HabitsThe people we hang out with reinforce our habits
  27. 27. Routine Cue RewardThe secret to changing your habits
  28. 28. Half the Hab-battleCreate a list of triggers to identify the source of your habit
  29. 29. We : Organisational HabitsGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
  30. 30. KeystoneSome habits are more important than others
  31. 31. Image : WikiCommons CascadeMaster Habits trigger other responses
  32. 32. What’s the typical Keystone Habit for wellbeing?
  33. 33. What is Michael Phelp’s Keystone Habit?
  34. 34. What was Alcoa CEO Paul O’Neill’s Keystone Habit?
  35. 35. Accumulate Small WinsThe best way to uncover your Master Habits
  36. 36. What’s the single most important habit you can develop?
  37. 37. Cue Routine Reward The Habit StepsHow to develop your Willpower
  38. 38. Cue Routine Reward Delay GratificationHow to develop your Willpower
  39. 39. Routine Routine Cue Reward Cue Reward Plan AheadThe secret to building your Willpower
  40. 40. Room To MoveGive me autonomy and my willpower will grow
  41. 41. Fan the FlamesUse a crisis as an opportunity to shift organisational habits
  42. 42. TruceOrganisations are like civil-war battlefields
  43. 43. Us : Society HabitsGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
  44. 44. Manipulating HabitsBy definition, habits are predictable
  45. 45. Image : WikiCommons PredictableSupermarkets are designed to prey on our habits
  46. 46. Image : WikiCommons Predictably UnpredictableWe change our habits when we change our lives
  47. 47. Too PredictableEverything we buy is recorded and analysed
  48. 48. The Habit SandwichHow to Introduce Innovative Ideas/Products
  49. 49. Rosa ParksWhy do some small acts cause a ripple effect?
  50. 50. Martin Luther KingMovements thrive through creating new habits
  51. 51. Strong TiesThe people we know directly
  52. 52. Weak TiesThe people you know through other people
  53. 53. Strong Weak Two StrategiesHow to Create a Movement
  54. 54. Strong Weak Weak Strong Two StrategiesHow to Create a Movement
  55. 55. Strong Weak Identity Three EssentialsHow to Create a Movement
  56. 56. Actions : Changing Your HabitsGeoffMcDonald.com/blog
  57. 57. No Secret FormulaNo one strategy will work for every person every time
  58. 58. Identify the RoutineStep 1 to create new habits
  59. 59. Test RewardsStep 2 to create new habits
  60. 60. Isolate the Cue 1 Location 2 Time 3 Emotion 4 People 5 ActionStep 3 to create new habits
  61. 61. Routine Routine Cue Reward Cue Reward Create a PlanStep 4 to create new habits
  62. 62. More...GeoffMcDonald.com/blog
  63. 63. Buy the Book!CharlesDuhigg.com
  64. 64. Peter Sim • Little Bets
  65. 65. Who do you want to be?Your Challenge : Which Habits Will You Kick?
  66. 66. A PresentationRecording available for members at : BookRapper.com
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