Mini Habits: A Small Tool for Big Success

  • Thu, February 24, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom

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Mini Habits: A Small Tool for Big Success

with James Garrett

CCEUs- 0.75 Core Competencies and .25 Resource Development

"Habits are our brain's go-to tool to tackle almost any goal or task, which is why helping your clients get in the driver’s seat of their habit-making machinery can be a game-changer. You’ll walk away with everything you need to help your clients know to start making measurable change. Just like learning how to play the piano, learning how to form positive habits is a skill set. You'll discover:

  • Why the key to knocking out habits is building them sequentially, not simultaneously
  • How to use proven methods like ""habit stacking"" and ""habit tracking"" to make or break any habit
  • Why keeping your client motivated is easy with one small tweak
  • How motivation often follows action, rather than preceding it
  • How making “smallifying” their habits can be the game-changer you and your coaching client have been looking for

Attendees will learn concrete strategies and habit-building systems that will de-mystify why habit-building and behavior change are so hard, and how you can help your clients overcome their internal obstacles"

"By the end of this session, coaches will be able to:

-Develop habit plans with their clients that are attainable, measurable, and specific.

-Design accountability systems and tracking tools with their clients that simplify complex behaviors and give their clients concrete ways to track their progress.

-Identify when and where habits are too big, thereby overwhelming the client and decreasing their chance of success.

-Restructure large habits and goals with the client, modifying them into mini-habits that feel more manageable, achievable, and that build the client’s confidence and belief in their capacity to change.

-Facilitate their clients through setting appropriate stretch goals, helping clients get out of their comfort zones but not so far that they get overwhelmed."





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