9. Organise

It is estimated that 40-45% of what we do is habitual.
Developing new habits is a critical part of making changes that will get yourself organised!

The videos below explore how to use your willpower to create new habits.

We all wish we had the self-control to say, “No,” to certain things and the willpower to say, “Yes!” to other things. It’s almost like we have two brains that are fighting against each other.
Kelly McGonigal, author of, “The Willpower Instinct,” talks about this inner conflict we often feel and she helps us break down willpower into three different powers:

1) I Will Power
2) I Won’t Power
3) I Want Power

Check out her book on Amazon at the link below.

The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do To Get More of It
http://amzn.to/Y7LyYg

What if someone told you to floss only one tooth everyday? Or start the new year, not with grand resolutions, but with a simple challenge.. like ONE pushup a day? BJ Fogg shows us that the key to lasting change does not lie in planning big, monumental changes, but in thinking really, really small. Chosen by Fortune Magazine as one of “10 New Gurus You Should Know”, Fogg directs the Persuasive Tech Lab at Stanford University.

Chris Sauve is a fourth year business student who is always looking to expedite how we do things, and make things better.