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Changing habits is hard. But what if there was an easier way? It's easy to blame food for the reason we can't lose weight and get healthier. But is that really true? It's easy to blame ourselves for not having enough discipline. But is that the whole picture? And it's easy to to assume we were given the wrong formula: calories, fat, carbs, protein. But how well have those Changing habits is hard. But what if there was an easier way? It's easy to blame food for the reason we can't lose weight and get healthier. But is that really true? It's easy to blame ourselves for not having enough discipline. But is that the whole picture? And it's easy to to assume we were given the wrong formula: calories, fat, carbs, protein. But how well have those worked? In the Lazy Guide to Habit Change, we examine how to change habits in the simplest, easiest way possible. Inside, you'll learn the lazy way to achieving your goals: *The Three Habit Commandments - 3 principles anyone can use to stick with exercise, eating the right foods consistently, and staying on track with goals. *Why We Fail to Change - Even in the Face of Illness or Pain. *The Beginner Habit Change Roadmap: a 7-Day Starter Plan for Habits *How to Use The +1/-1 Technique To Stop Eating Sweets, Smoking, or Drinking Soda *The Handshake Technique - Becoming a Regular Exerciser With This 5-Minute Habit The Lazy Guide to Habit Change is a different way to think about why we fail to eat right, stick with our workout routines, and fight off sweets and cravings. At the end of the day, there's a hard way to change, and a easy way? Why not choose the lazy way?


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Changing habits is hard. But what if there was an easier way? It's easy to blame food for the reason we can't lose weight and get healthier. But is that really true? It's easy to blame ourselves for not having enough discipline. But is that the whole picture? And it's easy to to assume we were given the wrong formula: calories, fat, carbs, protein. But how well have those Changing habits is hard. But what if there was an easier way? It's easy to blame food for the reason we can't lose weight and get healthier. But is that really true? It's easy to blame ourselves for not having enough discipline. But is that the whole picture? And it's easy to to assume we were given the wrong formula: calories, fat, carbs, protein. But how well have those worked? In the Lazy Guide to Habit Change, we examine how to change habits in the simplest, easiest way possible. Inside, you'll learn the lazy way to achieving your goals: *The Three Habit Commandments - 3 principles anyone can use to stick with exercise, eating the right foods consistently, and staying on track with goals. *Why We Fail to Change - Even in the Face of Illness or Pain. *The Beginner Habit Change Roadmap: a 7-Day Starter Plan for Habits *How to Use The +1/-1 Technique To Stop Eating Sweets, Smoking, or Drinking Soda *The Handshake Technique - Becoming a Regular Exerciser With This 5-Minute Habit The Lazy Guide to Habit Change is a different way to think about why we fail to eat right, stick with our workout routines, and fight off sweets and cravings. At the end of the day, there's a hard way to change, and a easy way? Why not choose the lazy way?

30 review for The Lazy Guide to Habit Change

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katie Schwalbach

    I love how short this book is, aka how short of a read it is. The message is still strong and the author does a good job of repeating necessary information so it sticks. I made a lot of highlights in this one and I’m sure I’ll pick it up again soon to re-read. I recommend it to anyone looking to change their habits!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Anastasija

    Short and on point "lazy" steps for making lifetime habits. A good reminder for getting back on track on your goals and habits. As the author says: " Like most things in life, the temptation is, when things aren’t working, to always look outside. But the real challenge is to look inside. Are you up for the challenge?" Let's do this. Short and on point "lazy" steps for making lifetime habits. A good reminder for getting back on track on your goals and habits. As the author says: " Like most things in life, the temptation is, when things aren’t working, to always look outside. But the real challenge is to look inside. Are you up for the challenge?" Let's do this.

  3. 4 out of 5

    JoLyn Lindquist

    It was ok It was a good book but not the best I have ever read. I felt like it might have been slightly redundant.

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