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✪ Watch the video above to see how you'll learn a step-by-step method to cure any bad habit and create any new habit you want. Then watch the course previews below to get a sneak peek at the content you'll be learning.
✪ You'll understand habits better than you ever have before, and you'll get the 6 steps to eliminate any bad habit and create any consistent, healthy routine you want, in a concise and compact course.
✪ You won't need to force yourself to get things done anymore. Instead, you'll learn how to create nearly effortless habits which do the work for you.
✮✮✮✮✮ Welcome to Habit Masterclass - The 6 Steps To Change Your Habits ✮✮✮✮✮
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|Section 1: You can master your habits by next week when you follow this course!|
Why this course was created and what's in store for you!
Here's how tiny changes once took a national team that was a perennial loser to win the Tour De France and 70% of all Olympic Gold Medals in cycling, all in the same year - and how you can use the same principle they used for your own habit change.
Because this course is about changing habits, it requires some special insturctions to work. Just follow these instructions and you will make sure this course works for you.
NOTE: How to get help and get the most from this course
|Section 2: What needs to change so you can master your habits?|
The primary reason bad habits keep coming back, even when you know they are bad for you.
The scientific reason you can't predict how you're going to act later on, and why you can't necessarily trust your future self...
Habits are useful on an evolutionary scale.
Learn the primary reasons bad habits form, so you can prevent them from forming in the future!
Rapid habit change can happen in a moment of decision, in certain situations. Here is a look into how it works, and how you can use this phenomenon to your advantage.
The 6-Steps To Habit Change
|Section 3: Identify the habit and the reason you want to change|
Find the cue, routine & reward for your bad habit
Focus on one habit at a time
Commit to a 'Habit Experiment' (And the weakness of the '30-day challenge')
|Section 4: Causes and triggers|
A closer look at the Cues...
Identify the habit Routine
Identify the Reward
List of Rewards PDF
|Section 5: Put prevention in place|
Awareness using Procedure Design
Cut out the Cue
|Section 6: Now, implement a good habit|
Experiment with substitutes
Attach a new habit to an established cue
Track and improve habits with the PARR method
Habit tracking apps
Identity and Habit Change - 'Slow' & 'Fast'
|Section 7: Create supporting habits & accountability|
Set up supporting habits
Create an accountability system
Use incremental goals to stay on the right path
|Section 8: The Habit Skill Toolbox.|
Are you subconsciously conditioning laziness?
The 5 Minute Rule
How to use Jerry Seinfeld's "Don't Break The Chain" method
The Mindfulness crash course
Celebrate small victories
Surround yourself with people who already live the way you want to live
How to use Shadowboxing and VisualizationPreview
Celebrate small victories
How to 'Prove it to yourself'
|Section 9: Quick Start Guides|
Breaking a bad habit Quick Start
Creating a good habit Quick Start Checklist
|Section 10: Problems, solutions & your ongoing success|
Your ongoing success and the Plan B
I'm an entrepreneur originally from Toronto. I'm irresistibly interested in how things work.
I studied Biochemistry, Biotech & Genetic Engineering at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Now I specialize in what you might call 'human productivity engineering': I'm a bit obsessed with learning new ways to work smarter, rather than harder, in business and sports.
I love teaching others to do the same, and from experience I know the best way to do that is by teaching practical techniques you can use in your life that will make a difference to you, right now. (Even though the practical stuff I'll be teaching you is deeply based in theory: the psychology and neurology of motivation & productivity)
I currently work as an online content publisher and I use my own business to publish content on a variety of topics (like productivity, the science of learning as well as broader topics like dog training, piano lessons, and guitar lessons).
Other than that I enjoy rock climbing, hockey, mountain biking, playing guitar and piano, reading, travelling, meditation and finding new ways to live life to the fullest.
I can't wait to teach this stuff to you, and I'm honored to be the one to guide you through it!