Dianne I'm looking forward to this class
Darrell Panich - a life sci management consultant. Working with companies to improve process efficiencies.
HI Gail Foreman AHS Central Zone Health Promotion
Good morning. My name is Jessica and also really looking forward to the discussion.
Dawn from Edmonton. Always looking for better ways to be a great changemaker
Christie Sampson- postdoc at U of C looking forward to building good habits
Ross from Calgary. Working on building good habits and always looking to improve.
Good morning everyone! I'm Phil Grace and I work with Jordana, Andrea and Himani at Innovate Calgary. Looking forward to the discussion today
Darlene Hiles from School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape at UCalgary. Here to learn!
Physical activity, I am a daily rower, Checking news in the morning, chatting virtually with family 3-4 time per week, gum chewing...
Thanks for sharing, Gail!
My brain literally just did this: “Hey, a few free seconds where I’m supposed to be writing stuff down! I should check my phone. Nope, nothing new. I wonder if Twitter… wait a second.”
Any data on how long does it take to lose a habit?
Yoga in the morning.
Kelsey Pennanen (She/Her)
Reading in the evenings instead of tv
Being more mindful
Rising directly following the alarm
walk during winter
Keeping my brain less busy when an supposed to be sleeping
cooking with music
rising directly after alarm or waking
I mediate between work activates and before bed, usually with the help of music. That decompression habit is great Cole and why I have a notepad on my desk!
What if there is an item in your time graph that is not within your control and fixed by a mandatory external factor that is demotivating sort off?
Thanks Cole - some great info!
Thanks Cole very interseting
The book "Atomic Habits" by James Clear is also very good.
Super interesting topic and great presentation! Thank you.
Agree - James Clear's book is great
Thanks for the seminar! Also- Sapolsky's book "A Primate's Memoir" is fantastic though less on neurology
thanks for this webinar!
Cole, in your experience what's more important for developing or breaking a habit- an external or internal motivation?
or has more success in breaking the loop?
Thanks for the great presentation, Cole. Do you have any tips for creating the mental space to start "hunting" for cues? It can sometimes be difficult to even begin the process if our mental energy is already at a low point.
Thanks for a great webinar.
Join us for our upcoming webinars.
Great stuff Cole - thanks!
super, thanks from Ottawa!
Thank you, great presentation and very useful!