Barriers to performing tasks are like friction. They are powerful forces working against someone performing the task, and must be overcome. The friction from significant barriers often cannot be overcome by signage, incentives and other methods of encouragement.
This post is about how I broke down the barriers to adopting new behaviours to dieting and exercise. These are probably the most important weight loss tips in this series of blog posts. But if you are just landing on this post
This is part 2 of this blog post series. You can read part 1 (http://www NULL.beyondattitude NULL.com/2017/05/10/how-i-lost-25-pounds-by-fostering-my-own-behaviour-change-part-1/). The series covers weight loss tips based on changing your own behaviour.
Many websites and book store shelves are full of weight loss tips. But few if any provide weight loss tips that are rooted in the science of behavioural change. I have explored this topic and want to share my own
We are expecting 50 people at the Community-based Social Marketing workshop in North Bay tomorrow (November 25, 2013). I am excited to be working with my colleagues at Lura Consulting (http://www NULL.lura NULL.ca) and the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (http://www