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Mobile Health 2012 at Stanford
Bit by Bit: Improving Health Behavior

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  • Carr: LACK of anonymityCory: it really helped "keep me honest" on hitting thewordcountWhitney:I shared every meal and when I wanted to stray, I thought more about how bad it would look than that it was bad for me. 
  • Carr: LACK of anonymityCory: it really helped "keep me honest" on hitting thewordcountWhitney:I shared every meal and when I wanted to stray, I thought more about how bad it would look than that it was bad for me. 
  • Cory: itgave me a really good sense of satisfaction that was important to staying on track
  • Cory: itgave me a really good sense of satisfaction that was important to staying on track
  • Cory: itgave me a really good sense of satisfaction that was important to staying on track
  • Cory: itgave me a really good sense of satisfaction that was important to staying on track
  • Cory: itgave me a really good sense of satisfaction that was important to staying on track
  • Erin: I have gotten nice comments from folks if I hit a particularly good week, step-wise.
  • Erin: I have gotten nice comments from folks if I hit a particularly good week, step-wise.
  • Whitney I found out about cookbooks, websites, psychological tricks, etc that I might never have had access to otherwise.
  • Whitney I found out about cookbooks, websites, psychological tricks, etc that I might never have had access to otherwise.
  • Whitney: I've found out that my publicness about it has inspired several other people to give 4HB a go -- with great success.
  • Jim:  it just made me seem like a self-regarding A hole.  I would love to tweet every workout. But I don't want to sound like "that guy." 
  • Jim:  it just made me seem like a self-regarding A hole.  I would love to tweet every workout. But I don't want to sound like "that guy." 
  • Erin: I'm less worried about sharing than I am about spamming. I don't think I'd use something that posted more often or more stuff.
  • Jim: corrosive competitiveness.  I get TIRED of posting the bottom quartile results in every workout. 
  • Whitney: The only negative I can think of is that a whole bunch of people know I'm on this thing, so when I go to conferences and travel-cheat, a couple folks have given me the stink eye.
  • Mobile health milstein

    1. HarnessingSocial Mediafor BehaviorChangeMay 17, 2012Sarah Milstein (@SarahM)
    2. Lunch tweets: boring?
    3. Lunch tweets: boring?
    4. A few goodcategories:
    5. A few goodcategories: diet
    6. A few goodcategories: diet fitness
    7. A few goodcategories: diet fitness sobriety
    8. A few goodcategories: diet fitness sobriety writing
    9. A few goodcategories: diet
    10. A few goodcategories: diet
    11. A few goodcategories: fitness
    12. A few goodcategories: fitness
    13. A few goodcategories: fitness
    14. A few goodcategories: sobriety
    15. A few goodcategories: sobriety
    16. A few goodcategories: writing
    17. A few goodcategories: diet fitness sobriety writing
    18. Why?
    19. Why? Accountability
    20. Why? Accountability Accomplishment
    21. Why? Accountability Accomplishment Encouragement
    22. Why? Accountability Accomplishment Encouragement Ideas
    23. Why? Accountability Accomplishment Encouragement Ideas Inspire Others
    24. Why? Accountability Accomplishment Encouragement Ideas Inspire Others
    25. Why? Accountability
    26. Why? Accountability
    27. Why? Accountability
    28. Why? Accountability
    29. Why? Accountability
    30. Why? Accountability
    31. Why? Accomplishment
    32. Why? Accomplishment
    33. Why? Accomplishment
    34. Why? Accomplishment
    35. Why? Accomplishment
    36. Why? Encouragement
    37. Why? Encouragement
    38. Why? Encouragement
    39. Why? Ideas
    40. Why? Ideas
    41. Why? Inspire
    42. Why? Accountability Accomplishment Encouragement Ideas Inspire Others
    43. Why not?
    44. Why not? Assholetry
    45. Why not? Assholetry Spam
    46. Why not? Assholetry Spam Competiveness
    47. Why not? Assholetry Spam Competiveness Stink eye
    48. Where’s this going?
    49. Final thought
    50. Contact me@SarahMsarah.milstein@gmail.comhttp://sarahmilstein.com

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