How to create habits that help you thrive

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Advita, Jenni and Trudy invite you to their therapy session! They talk about eating cheese, ‘doom scrolling’, being part of procrastination royalty, wedding weight-loss and bedtime rituals. But replacing bad habits with good ones takes discipline, focus and having a plan.

This week’s episode looks at how habits form the way we live and work, why we should be aware of them, and how to substitute the bad with the good so we can grow.

With the help of the book Atomic Habits by James Clear, listen and discover why it’s good to start small, why it’s not always about sacrificing one thing for another, and how adding or removing friction helps create new ways of doing things.

Are you looking for a new habit? Try replacing a bad one with taking time out to read. There’s almost an entire library here to choose from to start you on your way:

Atomic Habits by James Clear:

Mel Robbins:

Diary of a CEO with Steven Bartlett: E114: How To Fix Your Focus & Stop Procrastinating: Johann Hari

You’re not so smart by David McRaney

Soundtracks by Jon Acuff:

The High 5 Habit by Mel Robins

Four pillars by Dr Chatterjee:

Podcast S1 E2: Staying focussed and being productive

Reasons to stay alive by Matt Haig

Podcast S4 E7: Build confidence, beat imposter syndrome

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