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Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything (edição 2021)

por BJ Fogg Ph.D (Autor)

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"The world's leading expert on habit formation shows how you can have a happier, healthier life: by starting small"--
Título:Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything
Autores:BJ Fogg Ph.D (Autor)
Informação:Mariner Books (2021), Edition: 1, 320 pages
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I understand the appeal of this book - it gives a very simple framework to work with. Yet, I feel like most of it is the author creating jargons to mask simple actions. To me, personally, habits are really simple and straightforward - and they should remain as such. They should not be made more complex, as they are hard enough. I feel like this is what this book and many other books on habits do.

Yet, I found some good tips on the first few chapters, specially when summarizing a behavior to motivation, capacity and prompt. After that, I felt like the author was just creating stuff to fill the rest of the book. ( )
  melosomelo | Jan 4, 2021 |
The introduction was very clear, understandable, and I felt like I could do it. Then he got into details and it is more than I wanted. A person who needs tiny habits in order to get going probably isn’t up to wading through 300 pages. I also would rather have a pamphlet than a 300 page book. Fortunately, the appendixes are more along the lines of the pamphlet that I wanted.

A few notes from the book:

Factors in making a habit successful:

Start with writing down a swarm of B’s - Behaviors that (could produce) the desired outcome. Then choose some. (He gives a method for choosing.)

Anchor prompts are the most effective prompts to do the tiny action: After I.... I will ...

Definition: Shine: The good feeling you get after a success. He advises celebrating success.

* Introduction
1. The elements of behavior
2. Motivation - focus on matching
3. Ability - easy does it
4. Prompts - the power of after
5. Emotions create habits
6. Growing your habits ...
7. Untangling bad habits: ...
8. How we change together
9. The small changes that change everything
* Acknowledgments
* Appendixes
* Three hundred recipes for tiny habits ...
* About the author

I bought this book because I was impressed with the simplicity of his method when I head it described in an Art of Manliness interview. ( )
  bread2u | Jul 1, 2020 |
New year, new resolutions, blah blah blah. I was curious to read this book as it popped into my social media feeds I think and it sounded like something I had already often incorporate: big, massive changes can be scary but taking it one step at a time or tweaking things around something I do can make it seem much more manageable.

It wasn't a very good read. I understood the premise but have to agree it does feel like an "infomercial". It's my understanding that the author has also given a TED talk on the matter and this is one of those things that tend to work better in that type of format rather than a book. I honestly got a lot more by reading the end of each section and looking at the exercises to get the gist rather than trying to slog through the text.

Some of it didn't quite click with me (flossing one tooth?) but I do get it (like someone who wants to lose weight but is addicted to say buying their coffee can cut back by making their own or even simply buying a water bottle to keep at their desk to encourage more water consumption to replace even one cup of coffee, etc.). Grandiose ideas like deciding you're going to lose 100 pounds by the end of the year (which is doable by some!) may seem super intimidating when you get around to realizing it's January 2nd and time to go to the gym. But doing things like taking the stairs vs. the elevator or even parking further away to add extra steps can be more doable.

This book was absolutely not for me even if I understood the premise. I will be checking out his TED talk, though and wouldn't be surprised if it turns out to be a better media to convey what he's selling.

Borrowed from the library and I'd recommend that's the way you read it. But if you know of someone who is having a hard time "getting started" or find this method is better for them, it might not be a bad purchase, either. ( )
  HoldMyBook | Jan 9, 2020 |
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