#116. Building on Good Habits (Keystone Habits)
Published June 14, 2019
14 min
    Add to queue
    Copy URL
    Show notes

    Habits are not all made equal. Some have the power to start a chain-reaction and cause ripple effects of positive change in our lives. Others have less of an effect. Charles Duhigg in his book – The Power of Habit – talks to the impact identifying and focusing on your Keystone habits can have in your life.

    Firstly, if you work in the People Field, you need to check out the Culture First Summit: https://culturefirst-2019.splashthat.com/

    Use the code KateSnowise40 for 40% off your ticket, and I'll see you there!

    I like the easiest route to positive change in life, and utilizing the power of keystone habits is one way we can minimize effort and up the positive momentum in our lives. Rather than relying on willpower, if we can focus on a couple of formative habits and harness their power.

    In this episode we cover:

    • What a Keystone habit is
    • How the ripple-effect of positivity plays out
    • Examples of keystone habits
    • How you can identify your own keystone habits

    To learn more about Kate, the host of Here to Thrive and her work head here: www.thrive.how

    To find Kate's Amazon Reading List: www.thrive.how/shop

    Charles Duhigg’s article on Life Hacker: https://lifehacker.com/the-right-habits-5896846

        0:00:00 / 0:00:00