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Small Move, Big Change

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Caroline L. Arnold

Achieving significant changes in our lives often proves challenging due to their magnitude. We should instead focus on small, quantifiable adjustments or "microresolutions" to gradually improve ourselves.

hashtagself-help
hashtagpersonal-development
hashtagpsychology
hashtagproductivity
hashtagleadership
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In the book "Small Move, Big Change," you'll gain insight into why we frequently struggle to make desired changes in our lives. The author, Caroline Arnold, suggests that our failure stems from setting unrealistic goals. She proposes the concept of "microresolutions" - minor, manageable commitments that, over time, lead to substantial changes.

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Achieving significant changes in our lives often proves challenging due to their magnitude. We should instead focus on small, quantifiable adjustments or "microresolutions" to gradually improve ourselves.

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Staying committed to resolutions can be challenging, especially when they're too vague or ambitious.

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When our brain operates on autopilot, we're susceptible to forming negative habits.

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To bring about significant changes in your life, consider adopting "microresolutions."

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Despite being small, microresolutions can instigate profound and enduring changes.

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Microresolutions are most effective when they're associated with easily identifiable cues.

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