True Secrets to Habit Change
Friday, March 25th - 8:30-10:30 AM - (near Streets at Southpoint mall in Durham)
Are you tired of making decisions all day long? Have you made up your mind to change something only to find it lapsing after a few days?
The important thing is to know ourselves and to choose the strategies that work for us.
Habits are the invisible architecture of daily life. We repeat about 40% or our behavior almost daily so our habits change our existence and our future.
In her new book Better Than Before: What I Learned About Making and Breaking Habits Gretchen Rubin explores the value of habits, and how you can create, modify or discontinue them in a manner that suits you. “Be Gretchen” is her motto throughout the book while encouraging others to "be themselves."
Fay Krapf holds an MS in Organizational Behavior and, for over 20 years, has provided coaching in career development and career transitions for mid- to senior-level professionals. She also makes pottery in her new retirement chapter. As an avid “personal growth” junkie, Fay was inspired by hearing Gretchen Rubin on the People’s Pharmacy podcast December 31, 2015, especially when she discovered she could create or change habits “her way."
Debbie Laxer has 25+ years in the field of organizational development and design. She holds an MBA and SPHR certification. Debbie is entering her encore career where she is focusing solely on business coaching. Debbie is a habitual "habit maker and breaker" and is inspired to make the right habits guide her every day.
For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).