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3 Steps to New Habits

by Research at Stanford University on Dec 31, 2010

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BJ Fogg shares his method for creating new daily habits. ...

BJ Fogg shares his method for creating new daily habits.

BJ directs the Persuasive Tech Lab at Stanford University.

We hope you visit our lab's website: http://captology.stanford.edu

You can email us too.

captology at stanford dot edu

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  • marinobaccarini Marino Baccarini, Aiuto imprenditori ✔seri e ✔preparati a raggiungere obiettivi di comunicazione e marketing online/offline! at Esperto in comunicazione aziendale e web/marketing @AlAll1 I would first try to investigate the reaon 'why' you are 'pretty averse to rejection'... 6 months ago
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  • texaviindia Texavi Innovative Solutions at Texavi Innovative Solutions Nice presentation on crummy trials. Thanks for sharing this 2 years ago
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  • AlAll1 Al All How might baby steps apply to a situation in which your 'ability' is hampered by some sort of concern (nerves, anxiety, fear, what have you) over negative consequences. For example, let's say you are pretty averse to rejection (as a salesman, asking someone on a date, something of that nature). Would your baby steps be constructed by getting you in small situations where people turn you down, or would you just work on breaking down the actual scenario into baby steps? As a salesman, for example, starting by smiling and saying hello to strangers, then stopping people and asking for directions, etc. In other words, would you go after small 'rejecting' scenarios and build up or would you just try to build up the full actual situation and let the rejection aspect take care of itself? 2 years ago
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  • DawnEMcA Dawn Austin @Alexis YL Chan, pretty much. It seems to be working. 3 years ago
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  • Aaronssmith Aaronssmith I would like to see your steps for breaking bad habits please show step 3 good habits.
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  • cynpurple cynpurple Can you make it available for downloading? 3 years ago
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  • TomasBay Coach Bay, Founder & Coach at Coach Bay Thanks BJ. As always, appreciate your work and sharing it with the world. Awesome!

    I would like to see your steps for breaking bad habits. We know that we only have limited willpower, and we also know that we are strongly influenced by our friends and the environment. If we are to break bad habits that are instantly gratifying, I would suggest that it takes more than 3 steps.
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  • alexischan Alexis YL Chan, Student at UNC Chapel Hill @Dawn Austin, so what you are saying is, instead of focusing on the 'not-habit', you focused on replacing the 'not-habit' with a new 'yes-habit'? 3 years ago
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  • DawnEMcA Dawn Austin Thanks BJ! @Nancy Frishberg, I have had some success (2 whole days!) with a not-habit. I am looking to kick sugar, so I tried 'after lunch, I will not eat a sweet but will drink tea instead.' I know it is not a lot of data, but it was wicked easy AND I like tea so it didn't feel like a hardship... I think I may be barking up the right tree, there. 3 years ago
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  • nancy.f Nancy Frishberg, UX Strategist, Trained Facilitator for Innovation Games® at Financial Engines; MSB Associates Love the presentation. And now reading the tiny print, I'm left to ponder how to adapt this technique to make new habits 'not to do X.' (I'm thinking of things like 'biting nails,' or 'eat fewer carbs,' or 'driving too close to the car ahead of me.' And I'm not suggesting that these are my poor habits, but probably someone's :) 3 years ago
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