Summary of Mini Habits

Smaller Habits, Bigger Results

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Mini Habits book summary
One small step for a man or woman equals one giant leap in your mini-habits improvement program.

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Personal development blogger Stephen Guise offers a self-improvement program that promises to be “too small to fail.” A “mini habit” is a positive behavior that you perform in its smallest component until it becomes second nature. An exercise program becomes one push-up; a reading goal becomes one sentence. The willpower you need to succeed falls to zero. Guise guarantees that repetition and repeated success can turn any mini habit into a new lifelong pattern. His concept is beautiful in its simplicity. getAbstract recommends Guise’s advice to anyone who wants to make a positive change, even if you read just one sentence at a sitting.

In this summary, you will learn

  • What elements constitute a mini habit
  • How mini habits align with your natural tendencies
  • How the use of mini habits can improve your life
 

Summary

Mini Habits
No matter how determined or sincere you are, making life changes is hard. You may intend to exercise for an hour a day, but intention without action is pointless. Human beings have a tendency to overestimate their self-discipline. That leads to a disconnection between objectives...
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About the Author

Stephen Guise, who started writing the Deep Existence blog in 2011, covers personal development strategies.


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    Sandra Kessler 3 months ago
    Nice book
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    Nohora Beatriz CORREDOR CASTELLANOS 5 months ago
    It´s become in timing to me
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    Stephanie Garcia 6 months ago
    I LIKE THIS SUMMARY GIVES ME MOTIVATION TO START MY OWN MINI HABITS, SPECIALLY NOW THAT I WANT TO LOOSE WEIGHT.
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    Kristin Dineen 6 months ago
    I like the "Stupid Small" approach. It makes sense

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