Automatic Success: How to Create Winning Habits

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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 …

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