“The essence of Tiny Habits is this: Take a behavior you want, make it tiny, find where it fits naturally in your life, and nurture its growth. If you want to create long-term change, it’s best to start small.”
Tiny Habits—created by Dr. BJ Fogg, a world-renowned Behavior Scientist at Stanford University—is based on 20 years of research and Dr. Fogg’s experience personally coaching over 40,000 people. Tiny Habits is a great book on the art of habit formation; in the past 12 months have been fascinated by the power of micro-habits and have been experimenting with getting things done using micro-habits. The tiny habits approach has been transformative in my quest to achieve goals such as 100 Books Reading Challenge, 100 Books Audiobook challenge, Project Python 2021, 5 Minute daily gratitude journaling.
There are only three things we can do that will create lasting change: Have an epiphany, change our environment, or change our habits in tiny ways
Brian Jeffrey Fogg is an American social scientist who is currently a research associate at Stanford University and an author. He is the founder and director of the Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab, later renamed as Behavior Design Lab,
Here are my Favourite Take-aways from reading, Tiny Habits by BJ Fogg: