The Build-A-Habit Guide
Have you tried (and struggled) with building habits?
Are you tired (and overwhelmed) by all of the changes you want to make, but can’t seem to implement?
The Build-a-Habit Guide takes you through a guided program based on the latest research and equips you with a proven plan for making new habits stick. You’ll be guided through creating a habit plan and experimenting with what works through daily and weekly check-ins.
The process is simple, engaging, and gives you the space to make mistakes. Along the way, you’ll find out what works for you to build long-lasting habits.
- (LxWxH): 21 x 14 x 1 cm
- 144 pages
- 75 gsm cream paper for a smooth & fluid writing experience
- Hard bound with a flat lay binding
1. Schedule a regular time and place to complete your habit exercises each day
The habit forming program you’ll soon embark on includes a mix of education and daily practice. In order to ensure as much consistency as possible, it’s helpful to proactively choose a time and place for you to use The Build-a-Habit Guide to keep up your habit building progress.
2. Lay the foundation of strong habit formation by learning the principles behind lasting behavioural change
This guide introduces you to just how powerful habit building can be in setting you up for long-term well-being. In addition to that, it covers the fundamental principles that you’ll need to know in order to get the most out of the program. Then, you’ll choose a habit, create your first plan, and begin your habit building process.
3. Discover what works for you by experimenting with your habit plan
You’ll spend four weeks testing and experimenting with your habit plan through a combination of daily check-ins and weekly reflection entries.
We often overlook just how many factors affect our daily decision making. Whether or not we do something as important as drinking enough water during the day can come down to something as simple as forgetting to take the bottle out of the dishwasher in the morning.
4. Maintain your progress though consistency and accountability
After four weeks of experimenting and adjusting your habit plan, you’ll transition to daily tracker entries—simple, quick, and gratifying logs to keep you accountable to your progress.
This step will be important to continue solidifying your habit. Research has shown that habits can take up to 10 weeks (or longer!) to really stick. Instead of stopping after you’ve found a plan that’s worked for you, try to remember that consistency is key.
- 70 daily check-in and tracker entries for you to put your habit to practice
- Expert guidance and structured activities for you to choose your habit, create your habit plan, and refine your plan
- Tips and guidance from a behavioural scientist and expert therapists to accompany you on your habit formation journey