397: How to Make Your Work More Visible, with John Stepper
Published February 25, 2019
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    John Stepper: Working Out Loud
    John developed Working Out Loud, a practice that helps people be more effective, access more opportunities, and feel happier at work. Over several years, a small movement has formed based on his self-published book*, TEDx talk, and a peer support method that’s spread to over 40 countries and companies like Bosch, Daimler, BMW, and Siemens.
    Key Points

    Behavior change is about small steps, peer support, celebration along the way, and continual feedback.
    Changes start with only one tiny step. Do that until it gets easy, then take the next step.
    Peer support is a major part of habit change. Peer support gives you structure, shared accountability, and emotional support.

    Resources Mentioned

    Start a Working Out Loud Circle
    Martha Beck
    Drive* by Daniel Pink
    Everybody Matters* by Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia

    Book Notes
    Download my highlights from Working Out Loud in PDF format (free membership required).
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