Wendy Wood



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Good Habits, Bad Habits: Th...

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The Silver Chanter: Traditi...

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From a Highland Croft

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The Secret of Spey

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Yours Sincerely for Scotlan...

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Mac`s croft

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Do No Harm: Mindful Engagem...

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Legends of the Borders: Sto...

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Matt's Boys of Wattle Creek

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“They have a set pattern, and they follow it. They are not making decisions. Here’s the very happy implication: the worst, most effortful run will be that first one. Or the second, perhaps. But effort doesn’t last (in fact, if it does, you’re doing it wrong). Habits will form and take the effort off your hands.”
Wendy Wood, Good Habits, Bad Habits: The Science of Making Positive Changes That Stick

“It was something they did without thinking. They had formed meditation habits. High “self-controllers” achieved desired outcomes by streamlining, not struggling.”
Wendy Wood, Good Habits, Bad Habits: The Science of Making Positive Changes That Stick

“Self-control is simple when you understand that it involves putting yourself in the right situations to develop the right habits.”
Wendy Wood, Good Habits, Bad Habits: The Science of Making Positive Changes That Stick



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