Summary of Mini Habits
Smaller Habits, Bigger Results
One small step for a man or woman equals one giant leap in your mini-habits improvement program.
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
Comment on this summary
4 weeks agoYeah it's pretty good
7 months agoNice book
8 months agoIt´s become in timing to me
10 months agoI LIKE THIS SUMMARY GIVES ME MOTIVATION TO START MY OWN MINI HABITS, SPECIALLY NOW THAT I WANT TO LOOSE WEIGHT.
10 months agoI like the "Stupid Small" approach. It makes sense
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