Forget big change, start with a tiny habit: BJ Fogg at TEDxFremont

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  • Опубликовано: 5 дек 2012
  • www.tedxfremont.com What if someone told you to floss only one tooth everyday? Or start the new year, not with grand resolutions, but with a simple challenge.. like ONE pushup a day? BJ Fogg shows us that the key to lasting change does not lie in planning big, monumental changes, but in thinking really, really small. Chosen by Fortune Magazine as one of "10 New Gurus You Should Know", Fogg directs the Persuasive Tech Lab at Stanford University.
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Комментарии • 458

  • Concetta Cariello
    Concetta Cariello 2 дня назад

    Awsome!

  • Steve Filkins
    Steve Filkins 6 дней назад

    This guy knows how to bring out his inner child. 'I'm awesome' with a little dance...is like a little kid....haha

  • Amran Noordin
    Amran Noordin 8 дней назад

    What about dropping an addiction? Eg. Drug abuse or alcoholism? Do you do it gradually?

  • Aulia Ardista
    Aulia Ardista 10 дней назад

    So, Atomic Habit is just a replication of this concept?

  • sharanaithal
    sharanaithal 19 дней назад

    Thanks a lot, will implement.

  • ReCh1299
    ReCh1299 27 дней назад

    I wonder if he lives in the wine country

  • Gabriel Campbell
    Gabriel Campbell Месяц назад

    what

  • Elaine Chan
    Elaine Chan Месяц назад

    Tiny change makes great change. Awesome!

  • Aruna Peeters
    Aruna Peeters Месяц назад

    AWESOME!!

  • Nickxxxs
    Nickxxxs Месяц назад

    Bj Socks 😂

  • Stoned Ape
    Stoned Ape 2 месяца назад

    1/trigger ~= what you don't track you don't change

  • Mathias
    Mathias 2 месяца назад

    I'm eating a Suzy Q

  • Evimar Siqueira
    Evimar Siqueira 2 месяца назад

    After I drink a bottle of beer i will drink another bottle of beer

  • Math Info DZ
    Math Info DZ 3 месяца назад +1

    plain and simple. I actually learned something from this video

  • Mana Lani
    Mana Lani 3 месяца назад

    absolutely helpful. thank you!

  • Ger Celtic
    Ger Celtic 3 месяца назад

    Awesome talk! I think that visualizing the motivation 1st is key and finding the right spot in the Daily routine where the new behavior/habit fits, I also loved the ritual of celebrating e.g. Charles Duhigg suggested to allow the Chocolate only after exercising as a reward instead of just eating it in front of the TV and the cue or trigger for the exercising could be after I woke up and went to the bathroom I do an exercise, starting small with only a few repetitions as suggested in this talk! Cool stuff!!!

  • Rohan Joshi
    Rohan Joshi 3 месяца назад

    After I get up and get fresh I will watch 1 ted talk :)

  • Mo Ana
    Mo Ana 4 месяца назад

    U will never see my ART again ..!!!

  • Midosh Brown
    Midosh Brown 4 месяца назад +2

    Try 3 min of walking every 1 hour ,you can do it 15 times at least in a single day .this is 45 min of walking a day (5 km+ for me)
    = 150 km a month = 1800 km a year that's more than half of the moon diameter

  • Light Bender
    Light Bender 5 месяцев назад

    Nice job

  • marilyn gandhi
    marilyn gandhi 5 месяцев назад

    Each of my teeth need to be flossed differently ....

  • Zio Records
    Zio Records 6 месяцев назад

    Finally, a specific example. Great learn

  • Rosyada Arina
    Rosyada Arina 6 месяцев назад

    PpLLL))))PLp)
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  • cisco world
    cisco world 6 месяцев назад

    Good one , i like the way he has explained

  • Niken Massy
    Niken Massy 7 месяцев назад

    Nice sticker on the mac

  • Emil John Lopez
    Emil John Lopez 7 месяцев назад

    How can you use this to remove a habit?

  • Pan Ge
    Pan Ge 7 месяцев назад

    Great speak. Thank you :)

  • Thongam Sanjoy
    Thongam Sanjoy 7 месяцев назад

    Wow sir great n ausome

  • mohit duvedi
    mohit duvedi 8 месяцев назад

    Great

  • Deborah Choma
    Deborah Choma 8 месяцев назад

    BJ, thank you for sharing your research. I am awesome for watching this video.
    Key finding, "After." A timely tweak here and there will add up to one big gulp of change.
    In summary: Habits are seeds. Each one perpetuates change when planted in the soil "after" it rains. Repeat the process and the harvest will come.

  • Shubham Muley
    Shubham Muley 8 месяцев назад

    Insightful & informative !

  • SATISH GHATGE
    SATISH GHATGE 8 месяцев назад

    Great talk , Thank you .

  • humanyoda
    humanyoda 8 месяцев назад

    That's good for little people and low-level things. How about doing BIG things that require a lot of motivation for long periods of time?

    • Deborah Choma
      Deborah Choma 8 месяцев назад +1

      humanyoda, go back to start and do not pass "Go" until you listen to BJ's formula.

  • linh pham
    linh pham 8 месяцев назад +1

    that is a good opinion to make a big change. How can you image about achieve without trying every hour in everyday. We always dream about big things but dont want start from small things. That is dreamer. Because it is easy for you to think that you are more special and better than others. But if dont do anything for the best, dream will never come true.

    • Zio Records
      Zio Records 6 месяцев назад

      Accomplish the small things and celebrate it as if it is the big thing you’ve always wanted to do and it’ll grow

  • jessie theodore
    jessie theodore 8 месяцев назад

    Inspirational

  • DJ
    DJ 8 месяцев назад

    Phenomenal!

  • Dave Duarte
    Dave Duarte 9 месяцев назад

    Master teacher at work. He makes a potentially complex subject relatable, understandable, actionable, and replicable.

  • A CHICKEN NINJA
    A CHICKEN NINJA 9 месяцев назад

    Thank you for speaking. I will take this advice greatly!

  • Leia Cat
    Leia Cat 9 месяцев назад

    The problem is that we need immediate results and habits take a long time to form.

  • SLY SPY
    SLY SPY 9 месяцев назад +2

    Good talk but a lot of unnecessary examples which tended to drag this out longer than necessary . Let's get to the point and treat people like they have a brain . I just wanted the information he discovered through research , that's what I'll keep and use .

  • Absolutus
    Absolutus 9 месяцев назад

    Thanks, you have helped me to structure my thoughts. I had been doing it but not consciously.

  • irie1tes
    irie1tes 10 месяцев назад +1

    Baby steps, Bob. Baby steps.

  • Glanco Environmental Solutions
    Glanco Environmental Solutions 10 месяцев назад

    Can anyone suggest how I get BJ's systematic grid of behavioural change? Thank you

  • Danette Conley
    Danette Conley 10 месяцев назад

    this is so funny

  • Everything ,From Body to Soul
    Everything ,From Body to Soul 11 месяцев назад

    Wow

  • Rock monster
    Rock monster Год назад

    Wow. So insightful!!!!
    Love your findings, grateful for your teachings
    Thank you💖

  • Nachtfalter
    Nachtfalter Год назад +5

    The best and easiest thing I do in the morning:
    I smile after I wake up. :) I just do. No matter if I hate the weather, if I slept in and am in a hurry, if I am afraid of something later that day or if it is the most beautiful day in the world and I can wakeup to my boyfriend, I smile.
    It only takes a second, but really improves my mood.
    Anyways, I try to stick to the habit of going to the bed early. But there is no habit I do at the evenings at the right time, that I could stick it to afterwards. I am just sitting on the laptop or sketchbook for hours. Also, you cannot really break it down to a easy tiny habit?

  • tijrus
    tijrus Год назад

    Thank you! Love this.

  • Gustavo Vidal
    Gustavo Vidal Год назад

    Hi, very nice speech , how we could get the habits list showed in the presentation? Thanks!!!

  • City Park Properties
    City Park Properties Год назад

    You don't live in the wine country. I live in Italy surrounded by vineyards. It's the real wine country!

  • Braaapapalooza
    Braaapapalooza Год назад

    Where were the parents at. Middle america now oh yaeh now its a tradgedy oh now its so sad to see

  • C A Campbell
    C A Campbell Год назад

    I was introduced to the concept of 'small steps' decades ago and it helped me quit smoking in 1981. Took me three years back then, but have not relapsed, suffer no cravings; I'm 'home free'! Awesome!!!
    Now I'm struggling with PTSD, poverty, agoraphobia, isolation, AND deeply entrenched defences that translate into bad habits. One is suicidal ideation!
    Indescribably grateful to have stumbled on this RU-clip video! (I entered "Change behaviour" in the search bar.)
    Am so excited to start my life over again, differently, now!!!

  • DJ Woof
    DJ Woof Год назад

    perfect to watch at the beginning or end of the year

  • Gwin Goodwin
    Gwin Goodwin Год назад

    Excellent

  • Pukabowers
    Pukabowers Год назад

    After i do a 10hr bingewatch marathon on Netflix I go to sleep

  • Brenda Walton
    Brenda Walton Год назад

    Thank you! I don't love flossing, but I can do one tooth!

  • Mynameis Geoff
    Mynameis Geoff Год назад

    Did u know he lives in the wine country?

  • Asma Kena
    Asma Kena Год назад

    It is one of Prophet Mohammed teaching.. Awesome talk and research

  • Francis Roger
    Francis Roger Год назад

    Now I will do 1 push-up every time I do 1 push-up

  • Foghorn Films
    Foghorn Films Год назад

    Great video! I dunno if I'd go as far as saying I am awesome for flossing my teeth or doing 2 push-ups, but defo okay with a "Bingo" or doing a little happy dance. I'll save awesome praise for something that really is awesome!

  • shivam lotusway
    shivam lotusway Год назад

    Best talk ever

  • Cathy Ruehl
    Cathy Ruehl Год назад

    I have to figure out what my trigger is so I will take vitamins. I can't seem to make a habit of taking them.

  • Gail Freese
    Gail Freese Год назад +9

    Enjoyed the video. Don't quite understand the 261 thumbs down. Hmmm

    • Omar Radwan
      Omar Radwan 6 месяцев назад

      Gail Freese It just became 362 thumbs down ( not me included )

    • Paul R
      Paul R 11 месяцев назад

      Gail Freese At this very moment in time... 51 more people did
      (I was not one of them)

  • SureCanDo
    SureCanDo Год назад +4

    This stuff works. I'm drinking more water getting up at 6 a.m. Taking my work clothes off

  • Anthony Rossi
    Anthony Rossi Год назад

    Excellent

  • Alexandra Glukman
    Alexandra Glukman Год назад

    Great.Thank you.That what i was thinking about little habits power ,but you formulated it in so clear and structured way,You give easy and simple magic to everyone who wants changes

  • Brian Saturnino
    Brian Saturnino Год назад

    After I watch a RU-clip video, I will type out a paragraph for my essay.

  • Dave Johnson
    Dave Johnson Год назад +1

    "Any habit which weakens one's will power invites a flock of its relatives to move in and take possession of the mind." Napoleon Hill

  • Rolando Roman
    Rolando Roman Год назад

    verte good

  • Ananda Teertha
    Ananda Teertha Год назад

    Thank you for nice video..!!

  • S T A G E S Booking and Promotions

    I love this guy
    I've decided to start doing two squats every time I pee will increase weekly

  • Jack Golden
    Jack Golden Год назад

    For people who floss one tooth, then can't bear the challenge of flossing the rest.

  • A RTNS
    A RTNS Год назад

    Thank you so much for the video, this is something I think it worths a try and I'm sure that it will work with me; even I am a super lazy person. Thanks again :)

  • Fawad Charkhi
    Fawad Charkhi Год назад

    I started changes as easy as changing my seat and the move forward is going on. Now I see this video and I know exactly it works and really good info in it to help me further.

  • Edwin Korver
    Edwin Korver Год назад +1

    Love the way you think about purpose: The whole purpose behind motivation might be to want to do difficult tasks. I can so relate to that!
    Your story inspired me to do define a simple model for change. I call it: GOTTA! Change
    G = GOAL - What is the Goal you want to achieve?
    --> Loose weight; make more money; write a book; ..
    O = OBJECTIVE - What Objective will help you to achieve your goal?
    --> Loose 10 kg in two months; find a new job that pays 50% more; write the first chapter in the next 6 weeks; ..
    T = TINY HABIT - What small step will help you to begin to achieve your objective?
    --> Do 2 push-ups every day, increased by one every day; apply for a new job every week; write a paragraph every day; ..
    T = TRIGGER - What existing behavior (habit) will act as a trigger to help remind you to take your next small step?
    --> Getting out of bed; after church on Sunday; when I step into the door; ..
    A = APPRAISE - How do you Appraise yourself after an accomplishment, motivating yourself to do more next time?
    Say: I'm awesome; Cheer and smile; do a little wiggle ..
    Thanks for sharing your insights. They were very helpful in understanding how persuasion, or rather coaxing, works to change behavior!

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  • Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc

    You are referenced in the current issue of Entrepreneur Magazine today. I imagine you'll be getting lots of hits here on TED and/or www.bjfogg.com How did you first think of this technique? Do you have clinical evidence it works?

  • WiPOS
    WiPOS Год назад +1

    One of the great videos I've seen in a while! Thank you, sir!

  • Alexandre Darmon
    Alexandre Darmon Год назад +2

    Good vidéo ! I always found it hard to have the right trigger but you made it easier ! Thanks :)
    For those who want to go deeper into habits you can read that really nice book : The power of habit by Charles Duhigg

  • Zahra Ezzy
    Zahra Ezzy Год назад

    Amazing concept!!! Thank you for the wonderful explaination.

  • ochemistrytutor
    ochemistrytutor Год назад +1

    This is a Boyles law plot for the physical properties of gases; A natural law not a theory or a believe or philosophy. An increase in pressure lowers ones motivation to complete incremental tasks. But by lowering the pressure on motivation lends itself to increasing the number of volume or one's ability to complete volumes of incremental tasks and improving one's habits and behaviors to get the work done. I'm awesome.

  • C VDP
    C VDP Год назад +4

    THANK YOU!!!! I was making a presentation about how we can motivate our patients to increase their oral health and teeth brushing habits, and this presentation has made me throw every slide out of the window. I not only learned the most effective way to motivate our patients, but also how to better my own life!

  • Jonathan Williams
    Jonathan Williams Год назад

    I will obtain total power over the world after I make every person into a brainwashed slave by using my behavioral control model.

  • Chitra Sahai
    Chitra Sahai Год назад

    Before I go to sleep, I will do 1 set of squats and stretch.

  • lhandrovhal
    lhandrovhal Год назад

    Awesome video :)

  • Mehul Patel
    Mehul Patel Год назад

    Pure Gold.... Thank you, BJ.

  • richiemonkey120
    richiemonkey120 Год назад

    After watching self-help videos on youtube all the ads i see are trying to sell me a get rich quick scheme. thanks google adsense.

  • Dan Yxng
    Dan Yxng Год назад

    flossing while watching this video

  • Ahmed Ali
    Ahmed Ali Год назад

    the worst presentation I ever heard of omg u worst

  • Fatxia Said
    Fatxia Said 2 года назад

    thank u so much ,it was very helpful speech

  • Gary Keenan
    Gary Keenan 2 года назад +1

    I wonder if it would be possible to stack habits? Like: After I pee I will do push ups - After I do push ups I will wash one dish - After I wash dishes I will check my heart rate. Or is that just playing Jenga with your habits?

  • Katherine Brant
    Katherine Brant 2 года назад

    anyone have any tiny habit example for me. I want to be happier, I have depression so this is incredibly hard and I want to be more motivated.

    • Zubeir Hussein
      Zubeir Hussein Год назад

      Exercise like cardio. Read a book for about 15min.

  • Alireza Yazdanpanah
    Alireza Yazdanpanah 2 года назад

    Life-changing, thank you

  • Thoughts of a Human
    Thoughts of a Human 2 года назад

    2:45 that's when I decided to turn this shit off.

  • Matt Butler
    Matt Butler 2 года назад +2

    Is his sock drawer actually labelled ??

  • zabelicious
    zabelicious 2 года назад +2

    I'm awesome!! hehe

  • theFitty
    theFitty 2 года назад +2

    Old habits sure die hard! I'm trying to change my bad habits especially around binge eating.

  • Mostafa Attia
    Mostafa Attia 2 года назад

    To change any thing in universe or ourselves we must know that we will be needed time and effort so that we must thinking in the change which we need it and determined our dreams . I think to achieve our targets and dreams we must to focus on our behaviors not results and in the end will be getting the good expected result which we expected before.

  • Mohammed Umar
    Mohammed Umar 2 года назад +1

    Wow amazing very true successful habits lead to successful people (in mind, soul and spirit)

  • Menime
    Menime 2 года назад +6

    neuroplasticity