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The Habit Coach Wrap 🌯

Your March update on the latest in the world of behavioral science-backed coaching!

Welcome to the first edition of the Habit Coach Wrap 🎉 — your monthly update on the latest in the world of behavioral science-backed coaching! In each update, we (the team at Habit Coach Professionals) share the three most important pieces of content to check out that month.

Let’s get to the top content and insights from March!

March Insights

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📖 Something to read

To Achieve Your Goals, Lump and Slice
Behavior is remarkably sensitive to how resources, tasks, or choices are divided up or bundled together. We can aid our clients in achieving their goals by helping them find ways to assemble useful lumps and carve out tailored slices.

🎧 Add this to your queue

Dan Ariely Interview: Discussing Shapa, the Numberless Scale
In this episode of The Brainy Business podcast, host Melina Palmer and behavioral economist Dan Ariely discuss a numberless scale that was created to change the way we all think about our health and make it easier to do something that many of us find scary…stepping on the scale.

📺 Your must-see TV

Don’t blame tech for your distracted brain. Take control.
We often believe that technology distracts both us coaches and our clients from doing the behaviors we need and want to do. But really, we need to learn tactics and techniques to cope with uncomfortable internal triggers in a healthier and more productive manner. Learn three strategies!

💡Habit Coach Spotlight

Highlighting an inspiring habit coach from around the world

Patty Vannoy

Clutter Coach & Life Coach

I help people declutter their lives with an open-minded, non-judgmental approach, that inspires them to free up space, mentally and physically, so they can move beyond limiting beliefs. The content I learned during the Habit Coach Professional Certification Program has been invaluable!

Check out Patty’s coaching business Declutterfy Your Life!

Exciting News! 🎉

Pre-sale registration for our May 17 — July 25, 2021 cohort opens soon!
That’s right, we’re currently wrapping up the first 2021 cohort and getting ready for the second cohort starting in mid-May. We know that there’s been a lot of requests in the past few weeks, so we are happy to make the next cohort dates official! Be ready for the pre-sale launch in a few days. Limited spots are available. Looking forward to seeing you in the next cohort!

Learn more and get on the pre-sale list! 🚀

And that’s a wrap! We hope you enjoyed this great content that we carefully curated for you to explore in our first ever Habit Coach Wrap! We’ll be back in again at the end of April.

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Habitually,

Erin & Sam

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This publication aims to provide the best and latest insights from the world of behavioral science-backed coaching, including what it means to be a habit coach and effective behavior change strategies.

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