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REVIEW Ñ Good Habits Bad Habits A landmark book about how we form habits and what we can do with this knowledge to make positive changeWe spend a shocking 43 percent of our day doing things without thinking about them That means that almost half of our actions aren't conscious choices but the result of our non conscious mind nudging our body to act along learned behaviors How we respond to the people around us; the way we conduct ourselves in a meeting; what we buy; when and how we exercise eat and drink a truly remarkable number of things we do every day regardless of their complexity operate outside of our awareness We do them automatically We do them by habit And yet. I have been on a kick for these kind of books lately but sometimes it can get difficult to read anything non fiction Sometimes it is why I hesitate to spend the money and worry that I am going to get bogged down with a lot of jargon I don t understand and techniues that are not practical NOT THE CASE WITH THIS BOOK This book explores the Science behind positive habits that stick and what it does for you to eliminate bad habits Author Wendy Wood has done her research and has shared all that extensive research with us Chock full of information I was pleased to find out so much about positive habits and the changes that need to be made in order to make that kind of healthy lifestyle Her writing style screams she is a person that is innovative and relatable and knows what she writes about I am looking forward to the public getting their hands on this great book Essential reading for all those ready to make positive changes in their lives Thanks to the good people of goodreads to Author Wendy Wood and the publishers Farrar Straus and Giroux for my free copy of this book won via giveaway I received I read I reviewed this book honestly and voluntarily Cross Laminated Timber Design get difficult to read anything non fiction Sometimes it is why I hesitate to spend the money and worry that I am Her Guilty Secret going to High Risk Affair Silhouette Intimate Moments get bogged down with a lot of jargon I don t understand and techniues that are not practical NOT THE CASE WITH THIS BOOK This book explores the Science behind positive habits that stick and what it does for you to eliminate bad habits Author Wendy Wood has done her research and has shared all that extensive research with us Chock full of information I was pleased to find out so much about positive habits and the changes that need to be made in order to make that kind of healthy lifestyle Her writing style screams she is a person that is innovative and relatable and knows what she writes about I am looking forward to the public Monophobia 1 getting their hands on this The Passionate Lover great book Essential reading for all those ready to make positive changes in their lives Thanks to the Nouns Verbs good people of Thicker Than Water The Grayson Trilogy #3 goodreads to Author Wendy Wood and the publishers Farrar Straus and Giroux for my free copy of this book won via Colton Cowboy Standoff Coltons of Roaring Springs #1 giveaway I received I read I reviewed this book honestly and voluntarily

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REVIEW Ñ Good Habits Bad Habits Conducted in her lab Good Habits Bad Habits is a comprehensive accessible and above all deeply practical book that will change the way you think about almost every aspect of your life By explaining how our brains are wired to respond to rewards receive cues from our surroundings and shut down when faced with too much friction Wood skillfully dissects habit formation demonstrating how we can take advantage of this knowledge to form better habits Her clear and incisive work shows why willpower alone is woefully inadeuate when we're working toward building the life we truly want and offers real hope for those who want to make positive chang. I liked this almost as much as James Clear s Atomic Habits Here are a few of my random notesMark Twain said Nothing so needs reforming as other people s habits Our own behavior springs from some of the most mysterious deeply hidden and unrecognized sources of irrationality Excuse making is a talent at which our conscious minds excel The food industry has been investing in hyperstimulating foods with the power to keep us eating Scientists have devised ways to get you to eat than you naturally desire If our noisy egotistical consciousness takes all the credit for the actions of our silent habitual self we ll never learn how to properly exploit this hidden resource Our conscious self s intrusion is keeping us from taking advantage of our habits William James published The Principles of Psychology in 1890 He stated The of the details of our daily life we can hand over to the effortless custody of automatism the our higher powers of mind will be set free for their proper work James also suggested people act on habit without any consciously formed purpose or anticipation of result Our responses are no longer aimed at seeking outcomes instead they are triggered automatically by the performance context Our reasons for acting become unimportant for habits Goals and rewards are critical for starting to do something repeatedly They are what lead us to form many beneficial habits in the first place Habit memories simplify our lives by solving the everyday challenges of making decisions in an environment stuffed with choices Acting on habit frees our conscious mind to do the tasks it was designed for like solving problemsGoethe wrote Knowing is not enough we must apply Willing is not enough we must do Many times the change in awareness is real but the change of behavior was nonexistent The striking disconnect between what we know and what we do has deep origins in the brainAlmost half of food preparation and consumption is habitual We eat out of habitThe famous Marshmallow studies on pre school children demonstrated that children who were able to demonstrate self control 25% who delayed gratification for 15 minutes for 2 marshmallows delayer vs grabber 75% who succumbed to the temptation of a single marshmallow at a young age would enjoy greater success later in life The 25% developed distracting strategies When the study changed a bit children were able to wait about 10 minutes when the treat was hidden vs when it was in plain view they lasted only 6 minutes Yet only when the marshmallow was available visible and tempting did waiting signal resiliently high performance throughout life Lesson we can arrange our world in a way that enables our successPeople high in self control are not living a life full of self denial and deprivation They just have good habits High self controllers achieved desired outcomes by streamlining not struggling They know how to form good habits by repeating the same things at the same times and in the same placesPilots like to say that good landings are the result of good approaches Mark Twain said uitting smoking is easy I ve done it hundreds of times In the 1950s nearly 50% of the US population smoked regularly 80% in the UK Many doctors would tell you that smoking in moderation was perfectly fine The turning point was in 1964 with the US Surgeon General s report Warning labels were put on cigarette packs in 1966 In 1969 about 70% of Americans recognized that smoking was bad for health Yet knowledge did not translate into action 40% of Americans were cigarette smokers in 1964 and 40% in 1973 Only about 15% of Americans and 28% of Europeans now smoke The US cut smoking prevalence by than half in about 50 years How 68% of smokers say they want to uit completely but only 10% actually stop smoking for good Most end up relapsing within a week typically To uit successfully can take 30 or attempts Nixon s Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act took ads off of TV in 1970 Tobacco control laws changed the environment to be smaller and less contagious Also residents smoke less in states with higher taxes for each 10% increase in taxes levied on a pack of cigarettes adult smoking drops an average 4% Tobacco control laws are restraining forces that increase the friction on smoking15% of our soldiers in Vietnam were addicted to heroin Upon returning home only 5% remained addicted The context changed with greater friction new surroundings and restraining forces Psychologist Kurt Lewin s famous euation B fPE or Behavior is a function of person and the contextenvironment Context is everything in the world surrounding you eg your location the people you are with the time of day and the actions you just performed everything but you Friction reducer examples regular auto transfer deposits from our paychecks to our savings account Would you like fries with that Netflix or Hulu automatically starting the next show without you doing anything to encourage binge watching ride sharing companies Uber and Lyft grocery stores Eye level is buy level Your habit in formation reuires persistence repetition and those savvy context manipulation tricks Remove the friction set the right driving forces and let the good habits roll into your life Friction can be manipulated to help accomplish astounding thingsDon t get discouraged different behaviors reuire different amounts of repetition to become automatic With bigger louder cues your habit potentially matures fasterUncertainty of rewards lures us to casinos Nearly 70% of gaming profits come from electronic slots and video poker Machines are programmed to display near misses often than chance Getting so close to winning feels like an accomplishment Insensitivity to reward is the gold standard for identifying a habit Habits thrive on reward uncertaintyBeyond reward uncertainty habits don t crave variety Variety weakens habit Only by keeping our life as consistent as possible will your habit grow Variety may be the enemy of your habitual self but it s still the spice of life you can t run on habits alone 25% of Americans report extreme stress in their lives The Japanese even have a work karoshi for the extreme workplace stress that leads to death Major life changes are stressful times full of uncertainty Habits are safe harbors in stressful times There is a boost in habit performance when the rest of our mind in drained by life But they are also opportunities to reimagine ourselves and restructure our lives Discontinuity forces us to think make fresh decisions and act in new ways ones that may work better for us Big events in our lives are an opportunity to declutter our habit selves and free them up so that we can consciously establish some new productive habits These events can disrupt our just good enough habits and make us seek a newer faster effective way of doing things They are excellent opportunities for us to remake ourselves The double law of habit is repetition strengthens our tendency to act but it also weakens our sensation of that act We habituate It has the power to sap force and meaning from our lives as we tend to keep doing things long after they have lost meaning for us Life is a intense experience once we re no longer on autopilotProtect your good habits so that they can weather change and use disruptions to pierce your bad habits at their most vulnerable places Economist Richard Thaler s 2009 book Nudge discussed cues and context and choice architecture eg default options and opt in vs opt out for organ donation and 401 k contributions La revolución del metabolismo get you to eat than you naturally desire If our noisy egotistical consciousness takes all the credit for the actions of our silent habitual self we ll never learn how to properly exploit this hidden resource Our conscious self s intrusion is keeping us from taking advantage of our habits William James published The Principles of Psychology in 1890 He stated The of the details of our daily life we can hand over to the effortless custody of automatism the our higher powers of mind will be set free for their proper work James also suggested people act on habit without any consciously formed purpose or anticipation of result Our responses are no longer aimed at seeking outcomes instead they are triggered automatically by the performance context Our reasons for acting become unimportant for habits Goals and rewards are critical for starting to do something repeatedly They are what lead us to form many beneficial habits in the first place Habit memories simplify our lives by solving the everyday challenges of making decisions in an environment stuffed with choices Acting on habit frees our conscious mind to do the tasks it was designed for like solving problemsGoethe wrote Knowing is not enough we must apply Willing is not enough we must do Many times the change in awareness is real but the change of behavior was nonexistent The striking disconnect between what we know and what we do has deep origins in the brainAlmost half of food preparation and consumption is habitual We eat out of habitThe famous Marshmallow studies on pre school children demonstrated that children who were able to demonstrate self control 25% who delayed El principe caspian y la fe de cs lewis gratification for 15 minutes for 2 marshmallows delayer vs A Rancher to Remember grabber 75% who succumbed to the temptation of a single marshmallow at a young age would enjoy Magic at Midnight Cinders Sparks #1 greater success later in life The 25% developed distracting strategies When the study changed a bit children were able to wait about 10 minutes when the treat was hidden vs when it was in plain view they lasted only 6 minutes Yet only when the marshmallow was available visible and tempting did waiting signal resiliently high performance throughout life Lesson we can arrange our world in a way that enables our successPeople high in self control are not living a life full of self denial and deprivation They just have Delta Force Die Hard Red White and Built Pumped Up #3 good habits High self controllers achieved desired outcomes by streamlining not struggling They know how to form Jason and the Argonauts good habits by repeating the same things at the same times and in the same placesPilots like to say that Desnudo (Spanish Edition) good landings are the result of Untitled Happy Birthday good approaches Mark Twain said uitting smoking is easy I ve done it hundreds of times In the 1950s nearly 50% of the US population smoked regularly 80% in the UK Many doctors would tell you that smoking in moderation was perfectly fine The turning point was in 1964 with the US Surgeon General s report Warning labels were put on cigarette packs in 1966 In 1969 about 70% of Americans recognized that smoking was bad for health Yet knowledge did not translate into action 40% of Americans were cigarette smokers in 1964 and 40% in 1973 Only about 15% of Americans and 28% of Europeans now smoke The US cut smoking prevalence by than half in about 50 years How 68% of smokers say they want to uit completely but only 10% actually stop smoking for Blue Fire good Most end up relapsing within a week typically To uit successfully can take 30 or attempts Nixon s Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act took ads off of TV in 1970 Tobacco control laws changed the environment to be smaller and less contagious Also residents smoke less in states with higher taxes for each 10% increase in taxes levied on a pack of cigarettes adult smoking drops an average 4% Tobacco control laws are restraining forces that increase the friction on smoking15% of our soldiers in Vietnam were addicted to heroin Upon returning home only 5% remained addicted The context changed with The Italians Commanding Proposal greater friction new surroundings and restraining forces Psychologist Kurt Lewin s famous euation B fPE or Behavior is a function of person and the contextenvironment Context is everything in the world surrounding you eg your location the people you are with the time of day and the actions you just performed everything but you Friction reducer examples regular auto transfer deposits from our paychecks to our savings account Would you like fries with that Netflix or Hulu automatically starting the next show without you doing anything to encourage binge watching ride sharing companies Uber and Lyft Effective Sales Enablement grocery stores Eye level is buy level Your habit in formation reuires persistence repetition and those savvy context manipulation tricks Remove the friction set the right driving forces and let the Analog Integrated Circuit Design by Simulation good habits roll into your life Friction can be manipulated to help accomplish astounding thingsDon t Girl Wash Your Face Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are so You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be get discouraged different behaviors reuire different amounts of repetition to become automatic With bigger louder cues your habit 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There is a boost in habit performance when the rest of our mind in drained by life But they are also opportunities to reimagine ourselves and restructure our lives Discontinuity forces us to think make fresh decisions and act in new ways ones that may work better for us Big events in our lives are an opportunity to declutter our habit selves and free them up so that we can consciously establish some new productive habits These events can disrupt our just The Image of You good enough habits and make us seek a newer faster effective way of doing things They are excellent opportunities for us to remake ourselves The double law of habit is repetition strengthens our tendency to act but it also weakens our sensation of that act We habituate It has the power to sap force and meaning from our lives as we tend to keep doing things long after they have lost meaning for us Life is a intense experience once we re no longer on autopilotProtect your Myers Briggs Typology Vs Jungian Individuation good habits so that they can weather change and use disruptions to pierce your bad habits at their most vulnerable places Economist Richard Thaler s 2009 book Nudge discussed cues and context and choice architecture eg default options and opt in vs opt out for organ donation and 401 k contributions

SUMMARY é MAKANAT.CO ´ Wendy Wood

REVIEW Ñ Good Habits Bad Habits Whenever we want to change something about ourselves we rely on willpower We keep turning to our conscious selves hoping that our determination and intention will be enough to effect positive change And that is why almost all of us fail But what if you could harness the extraordinary power of your unconscious mind which already determines so much of what you do to truly reach your goalsWendy Wood draws on three decades of original research to explain the fascinating science of how we form habits and offers the key to unlocking our habitual mind in order to make the changes we seek A potent mix of neuroscience case studies and experiments. All my reviews live at read this book as part of my subscription to The Next Big Idea Club which is a uarterly book subscription of new big idea nonfiction titles curated by Malcolm Gladwell Adam Grant Susan Cain and Daniel Pink So while I was nervous that would be yet another book about building habits that should probably have just been a TED Talk I decided to give it a shotI was pleasantly surprised that this book did NOT feel like so many others that had come before it The difference is really that Wendy Wood is an accomplished neuroscience researcher who also has a knack for translating her results into helpful clear proseThe first section of the book is heavy on neuroscience explaining what habits really are and how they exist in the brain The second section goes into four ways to control your habits like adapting your setting strategically and how to stack habits on top of each other The final section goes into a bit of the ramifications of this research and offers food for thoughtMy only wish from this book is a bit how to She does a great job of explaining why certain things do or do not work but doesn t really offer any sort of summary at the end of each chapter with a recap of the actual advice given or next steps to take in your own life The result is a little bit of Okay but how do I actually DO that It s in there you just have to kind of hunt for it so that s what makes following her advice less straightforward than is typical in self help booksThat being said I did learn a TON and now have some plans to make changes to my own habits So if you re looking to build or kick a habit definitely check this one out It will have something there for you Intuición goalsWendy Wood draws on three decades of original research to explain the fascinating science of how we form habits and offers the key to unlocking our habitual mind in order to make the changes we seek A potent mix of neuroscience case studies and experiments. All my reviews live at read this book as part of my subscription to The Next Big Idea Club which is a uarterly book subscription of new big idea nonfiction titles curated by Malcolm Gladwell Adam Grant Susan Cain and Daniel Pink So while I was nervous that would be yet another book about building habits that should probably have just been a TED Talk I decided to How Money Became Dangerous give it a shotI was pleasantly surprised that this book did NOT feel like so many others that had come before it The difference is really that Wendy Wood is an accomplished neuroscience researcher who also has a knack for translating her results into helpful clear proseThe first section of the book is heavy on neuroscience explaining what habits really are and how they exist in the brain The second section Windburn goes into four ways to control your habits like adapting your setting strategically and how to stack habits on top of each other The final section Light Traveling goes into a bit of the ramifications of this research and offers food for thoughtMy only wish from this book is a bit how to She does a Knights vs Dinosaurs great job of explaining why certain things do or do not work but doesn t really offer any sort of summary at the end of each chapter with a recap of the actual advice Knights vs Dinosaurs given or next steps to take in your own life The result is a little bit of Okay but how do I actually DO that It s in there you just have to kind of hunt for it so that s what makes following her advice less straightforward than is typical in self help booksThat being said I did learn a TON and now have some plans to make changes to my own habits So if you re looking to build or kick a habit definitely check this one out It will have something there for you


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    [Good Habits Bad Habits] New ò Wendy Wood SUMMARY é MAKANAT.CO ´ Wendy Wood I have been on a kick for these kind of books lately but sometimes it can get difficult to read anything non fiction Sometimes it is why I hesitate to spend the money and worry that I am going to get bogged down with a lot of jargon I don't understand and techniues that are not practical NOT THE CASE WITH THIS BOOK This book explor

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    [Good Habits Bad Habits] New ò Wendy Wood I appreciated the science behind this book it was explained and laid out clearly The one concept that I'd never heard of before and will try to incorporate in my life is friction It was best illustrated by the cooking example If you want to learn a new recipe the best way to do that is to have everything needed p

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    [Good Habits Bad Habits] New ò Wendy Wood SUMMARY é MAKANAT.CO ´ Wendy Wood Wendy Wood ´ 1 REVIEW A big thank you to NetGalley the author and publisher for giving me a copy of this book for an unbiased reviewRating 355 rounded up to 4 Thoroughly enjoyed it although I do wish that it had been concise This is the book to read if you want to learn everything there is to know about habits And I mean everything Wood goes into great detail o

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    [Good Habits Bad Habits] New ò Wendy Wood All my reviews live at read this book as part of my subscription to The Next Big Idea Club which is a uarterly book subscription of new big idea nonfiction titles curated by Malcolm Gladwell Adam Grant Susan Cain and Daniel Pink So while I was nervous that would be yet another book about building habits that should proba

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    SUMMARY é MAKANAT.CO ´ Wendy Wood [Good Habits Bad Habits] New ò Wendy Wood This was a really interesting way to think about habits and their formation I enjoyed all the various studies that were sited as support for the authors theories I also liked the way the book was laid out easy to read digest and understand Now

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    [Good Habits Bad Habits] New ò Wendy Wood I won this book in a GoodReads giveaway and I thoroughly enjoyed it This book is jam packed with facts from a multitude of studies Ms Wood has researched habits and left no stone un turned It makes sense that we keep good habits when they are easier and no longer reuire thought The first step in acuiring new habits seems to be the most difficult because we really need to think it over and anticipate any hurdles we may

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    [Good Habits Bad Habits] New ò Wendy Wood Although I appreciate the author's expertise and experience the book is too research oriented to capture my continuing interest and most likely that of the general public There are several excellent points raised in the book that would stand out better if many of the statistics and studies were instead placed in the back referenc

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    SUMMARY é MAKANAT.CO ´ Wendy Wood [Good Habits Bad Habits] New ò Wendy Wood Wendy Wood ´ 1 REVIEW I liked this almost as much as James Clear's Atomic Habits Here are a few of my random notesMark Twain said “Nothing so needs reforming as oth

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    Wendy Wood ´ 1 REVIEW SUMMARY é MAKANAT.CO ´ Wendy Wood [Good Habits Bad Habits] New ò Wendy Wood This is Non Fiction and it is exactly what the title says it is I liked the science behind the author's research A person's habits can overrule reason and logic and go directly against sensible goals that one may

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  • Hardcover
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  • Good Habits Bad Habits
  • Wendy Wood
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  • 06 July 2020
  • 9781250159076