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May 21

Making Habits Stick - Webinar (05/21/24)

A webinar on professional and personal growth presented by Linda Bruno.

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May 21, 2024 02:00pm - May 21, 2024 03:00pm

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I recently read an article from a group of psychologists that said it takes 18 to 254 days to create a habit. 18 to 254!! That’s quite a range. No wonder we never know whether or not we’ve “arrived”! And often we focus on the time to develop that habit rather than the process we are using to get there, which can result in…no results.

 

In this webinar, based on James Clear’s bestselling book titled Atomic Habits, we’re going to delve deeper into the “how” of developing a habit, rather than the “how long.” According to James, there are 4 laws we can follow that will result in new habits – and the inverse is true; if we do the opposite of those 4 laws, we can break bad ones.

 

Don’t let the word “law” worry you – he gives us simple guidelines to make sure we are moving in the right direction. Don’t miss this opportunity to reflect on a topic that can make a meaningful difference in your life!

Virtual Trainer: Linda Bruno

Linda has been developing and conducting training workshops for libraries for more than fifteen years. Her favorite thing to do is to help people become their best selves! That’s why she offers workshops on topics ranging from Leadership Skills to Emotional Intelligence – and lots of areas in between.

This project was funded either under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services or the Library Cooperative Grant program. Florida’s LSTA and LCG programs are administered by the Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.

For FY2023-24, the total state and federal budgets for NEFLIN's programs are $694,693. 42% of the total costs ($294,693) are supported by federal funds, and 58% of this program ($400,000) is supported by state funds.