Habit Stacking: 97 Small Life Changes That Take Five Minutes or Less by S.J. Scott

How to Add DOZENS of Positive Changes to Your Daily Routine

Habit stacking: 97 small life changes that take five minutes or less

Habit Stacking: 97 Small Life Change That Take Five or Minutes or Less is the ultimate guide to developing multiple habits without requiring too much of your free time.’’

It’s easy to think of a dozen ways to instantly improve your life. Odds are, these ideas will only take a few minutes apiece to complete. The problem? You might feel like there's not enough time to do all of them. One solution can be found using the power of "habit stacking."

The essence of habit stacking is to take a series of small changes (like eating a piece of fruit or sending a loving text message to your significant other) and build a ritual that you follow on a daily basis.

Habit stacking works because you eliminate the stress of trying to change too many things at once. Your goal is to simply focus on a single routine that only takes about 15 to 30 minutes to complete. Within this routine is a series of actions (or small changes). All you have to do is to create a checklist and follow it every single day. That's the essence of habit stacking.
In the book "Habit Stacking," you will discover 97 quick habits that can instantly improve your life.

Plus you'll discover how to create a simple routine (managed by a checklist) that you repeat on a daily basis. Even better, you'll discover a few tools that will keep you motivated and consistent. So even if you're completely stressed out, you'll still find the time and energy to complete these actions on a consistent basis.

Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Secondary Genre: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General

Language: English


Word Count: 21,000

Sales info:

The book has been a consistent top #100 paid overall for the last six weeks.  Plus it's supported by nine other books in my catalog which help it maintain a steady stream of sales.

Many readers like the simplicity of the concept and appreciate the fact that it provides a framework where they can complete a series of habits in under five minutes or less. 

Sample text:

Little Hinges Swing Big Doors

You can learn a lot about life from a simple quote by W. Clement Stone: “Big doors swing on little hinges.”

Put simply, many big outcomes happen because of small events. When you consistently apply this principle to your life, you’ll find that small changes turn into big wins in your business and in your relationships.

Many books (including a few of mine) emphasize making dramatic life changes (e.g., quit smoking, exercise every day or write 30 minutes every day), but there are a lot of ways to make a difference in your life by introducing small changes.

As an example, let’s talk about fruit. We all know that eating bananas, apples or tangerines can produce positive health benefits. These fruits are sweet, taste good and are a great snack for anyone on the go. Yet fewer than 50 percent of American adults fulfill their recommended daily amount of fruit.

Think about this for a second. It takes about two minutes to eat a piece of fruit—plus, it can be carried anywhere. Most people know that eating fruit is a healthy habit. But more than half of the population can’t take a few minutes out of their day to make it happen.

The point of this example isn’t to lecture about the magical benefits of fruit. Instead, I wanted to introduce the idea that we all know how to improve our lives, but we often fail to take action.  

You can compound this with other small changes. I’m confident that right now you could easily think of a dozen ways to instantly improve your life. Odds are, these ideas will only take a few minutes apiece to complete. The problem? You might feel like there’s not enough time to do all of them.

The solution, I feel, is a concept that I call habit stacking.

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