Welcome to another episode of the Mister Productivity podcast. I’m your low-energy host, Mister Productivity. Today, I’m excited to introduce my guest, Julie DeLucca Collins. Julie is a Tiny Habits Certified Coach. We’re going to dive into the power of tiny habits. They can transform your life.

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The Journey to Tiny Habits

Julie discovered the power of tiny habits. She found them after reading James Clear’s book, “Atomic Habits.” She also read Charles Duhigg’s “The Power of Habit.” While these books had valuable insights, Julie felt that they were missing something. That’s when she found Dr. B.J. Fogg. He founded the Behavior Lab at Stanford University and created Tiny Habits.

Julie completed Tiny Habits certification in 2021. Since then, she has used the framework to help her clients achieve goals and build confidence.

The Anatomy of a Tiny Habit

The ABC of a habit, or the anatomy of a habit, consists of three parts:

  1. Anchor moment: This is the existing routine or event that triggers the new habit.

  2. Behavior: The tiny action you want to put in place.

  3. Celebration: Acknowledging and celebrating your success, no matter how small.

Breaking habits into these three parts. You can make lasting changes in your life.

Simplifying Your Life

One of the key aspects of Tiny Habits is simplifying your life. Julie shares her experience. She created a capsule wardrobe to simplify her morning and reduce decision fatigue. Julie wears a “uniform” of pink, red, and black. This saves her time and mental energy. She can then use these for more important tasks.

Mister Productivity also stresses simplicity. He shares his own experiences with outsourcing tasks. For example, lawn care and grocery shopping. By delegating these tasks, you can focus on your strengths. These activities transform your business and life, sparking lasting progress.

The Power of Celebration

Celebrating your successes, no matter how small, is a crucial component of Tiny Habits. Julie and Mister Productivity discuss the importance of acknowledging your progress. You must give yourself credit for the habits you’ve built. This praise cements the habit. It encourages you to keep making progress.

The Freedom of Entrepreneurship

Both Julie and Mister Productivity are passionate about the freedom that entrepreneurship provides. They discuss the importance of chasing happiness, not money. And, the value of being able to shape your day around what matters most to you. That might be attending your child’s recital or watching a soccer game.

Tiny Habits Academy

Julie encourages listeners to visit the Tiny Habits Academy. It offers a free five-day coaching program. Participants establish new habits by week’s end, 98% report success. This program is a great chance to see the power of Tiny Habits. It’s a chance to start making positive changes in your life.

To learn more about Julie and her work, visit GoConfidentlyServices.com. Or, connect with her on social media @JulieDeLuccaCollins.