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Click here for more: http://captology.stanford.eduTop 10 Mistakes                                         inBehavior Chang...
1#                  Relying on willpower                   for long-term change                                           ...
2#                  Attempting big leaps                   instead of baby steps                                          ...
3#                  Ignoring how                   environment                   shapes behaviors                         ...
4#                  Trying to stop old                   behaviors instead of                   creating new ones         ...
5#                  Blaming failures on                   lack of motivation                                              ...
6#                  Underestimating                   the power of triggers                                               ...
7#                  Believing that                   information                   leads to action                        ...
8#                  Focusing on abstract                   goals more than                   concrete behaviors           ...
9#                  Seeking to change                   a behavior forever,                   not for a short time.       ...
#                  Assuming that                   behavior change                   is difficult.                         ...
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Top 10 Mistakes in Behavior Change

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Our Stanford team lists common mistakes in trying to change behavior.

We'll update this list (or add details) if people want.

Let us know. Email -- captology at Stanford dot edu

--BJ Fogg (www.bjfogg.com)

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    1. 1. Click here for more: http://captology.stanford.eduTop 10 Mistakes inBehavior Change . . . and some ways you can fix themBy BJ Fogg, Kara Chanasyk, Margarita Quihuis, Neema Moraveji, Jason Hreha, & Mark Nelson
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    10. 10. 9# Seeking to change a behavior forever, not for a short time. or k s r i o d w ve r ” e d p e “f o re A f i x t h an b e t te rBy BJ Fogg, Kara Chanasyk, Margarita Quihuis, Neema Moraveji, Jason Hreha, Mark Nelson at . . . http://captology.stanford.edu
    11. 11. # Assuming that behavior change is difficult. h a rd o t so e ss. ge i s n t pro c c h a n e r igh Be h av i o r ve t h he n y ou ha wBy BJ Fogg, Kara Chanasyk, Margarita Quihuis, Neema Moraveji, Jason Hreha, Mark Nelson at . . . http://captology.stanford.edu
    12. 12. Thanks for viewing! -BJ Fo g g & the te am Feel free to share this with a friend. For a method that works, click the blue link. http://tinyhabits.comBy BJ Fogg, Kara Chanasyk, Margarita Quihuis, Neema Moraveji, Jason Hreha, Mark Nelson at . . . http://captology.stanford.edu

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