This is the first of five webinars of the "Living and Working in Times of Transition" webinar series.
Habits are our brain's go to tool to tackle almost any goal or task, which is why helping your clients or staff members get in the driver’s seat of their habit-making machinery can be a game changer. You’ll walk away with everything you need to help your clients or staff members know to start making measurable change. Just like learning how to play the piano, learning how to form positive habits is a skill set.
• Why the key to knocking out habits is building them sequentially, not simultaneously
• How to use proven methods like "habit stacking" and "habit tracking" to make or break any habit
• Why keeping your client/staff member motivated is easy with one small tweak
• How motivation often follows action, rather than preceding it
• How making your habits “stupid small” can be the game-changer you and your coaching client or staff member have been looking for.
Attendees will learn concrete strategies and habit-building systems that will demystify why habit-building and behavior change are so hard, and how you can help your clients or staff members overcome their internal obstacles.
James Garrett is a brain coach, brain hacker, and founder of Brain by Design. He’s spoken on stages ranging from Harvard to TEDx and his work has been featured by The New York Times, FastCompany, and Harvard Business Review. He spent years doing research with some of the best psychologists in the world at Columbia, Tufts, and Yale. He's a content creator and course builder and his course on the science of coaching has been rated as one of the best courses for coaches and is currently certified by ICF for continuing coach education credits. He also built one of the only brain-based positive psychology curricula in the Middle East and trained thousands of Arab youth in partnership with Queen Rania of Jordan. A rare combination of scientist, trainer, and entrepreneur, in 2019 James launched the Deep Change Project, a personal journey to discover what’s possible at the outer edges of neuroplasticity and to overcome fear.