Learning From An Attempted Insurrection

For the past few days, I have been monitoring voice chat groups used by people fighting vaccine mandates in Canada and attempting. to overthrow the government

How to Get Commitments

Graphic showing Ladder of Commitment

I am often asked by people wanting to apply Behaviour Change programs how they can more effectively and efficiently gather commitments. Below I reveal my approach, refined based on more than 25 years of Behaviour Change programs.   Why are commitments important? Behavioural psychologists know that although someone may intend to take an action, it […]

I expected the Jetsons. I got the Flintstones.

Echo Dot

More Flintstones than Jetsons I bought an Echo Dot. A new Internet of Things gadget that promises to be a personal assistant. It is kind of like a genie because it can do magical things, just like Barbara Eden could do in I Dream of Jeannie! I plugged my new-fangled gadget in and tried talking to it. […]

Behaviour Change Friday Email Blast – February 23, 2018 – Good Ideas edition

Bottles in the reservoir mountain

Behaviour Change Friday Email Blast 5 Bits of Behaviour Change Goodness Delivered to Your Inbox Every Friday Hi, folks, I have rounded up some good behaviour change ideas to share this week. A good idea to reduce the use of plastic water bottles The movement towards using refillable water bottles (https://www NULL.youtube NULL.com/watch?v=np33DCEd48o)is growing thanks to […]