You want to learn this about good and bad habits – Wendy Wood

Door Erno Hannink | Podcast

jan 30

Vandaag het gesprek met Wendy Wood.

Wendy is Professor of Psychology and Business at the University of Southern California and Distinguished Visiting Professor at INSEAD Business School in Paris. She is a behavioral scientist who has spent the last 30 years studying our habits – what they are, how they are formed, and how they are changed. 

She has published over 100 articles in the top journals in the field, and her work has been widely cited in the scientific literature as well as appearing in news outlets such as the Washington Post, NYTimes, and LA Times.

It was an honor to speak with Wendy and learn more about habits, the good ones, and the bad ones. Her book Good habits, bad habits gave me the best insights on habits and will power. It helped me to really understand that will power will not help you to continue with a new habit.

Lots of what you and I do are habits. Things we do without thinking about it. Habits are very valuable because they save our brain energy. This helps us to make better decisions at times where we need to think. If you want to learn more about sticking with good habits and changing bad habits then you want to listen to this episode.

Enjoy the insights with Wendy.

Let’s get started…

Het boek Good habits, bad habits bestel je via Youbedo.


About the Author

Erno is de Business Coach voor ondernemers met 8-25 medewerkers. Ik help ondernemers bij beslissingen voor meer resultaat zonder harder te werken. Mijn unieke eigenschap is vragen stellen vanuit oprechte nieuwsgierigheid en de essentie van de lessen te benoemen. Drie keer per jaar organiseer ik het 4B evenement, voor ondernemers die met andere ondernemers willen sparren over onderwerpen als focus, missie, winst, communicatie, marketing, medewerkers en meer. Erno is auteur van 10 boeken, 1000+ artikelen en host van de podcast de Erno Hannink Show. Lees meer over Erno Volg de nieuwste artikelen via e-mail (zie onderaan deze pagina) de RSS feed of via LinkedIn.