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Small Habits, Big Changes

By Steven Handel

Harness the power of small habits to revolutionize your life.


It’s obvious that you can’t go from the starting line to the finish line in one step. The less obvious discovery is that the best path is not one of giant leaps and bounds but rather small, achievable strides. In this book, you’ll discover valuable and irreplaceable tips, tools, and techniques for making real change in your life – but it all starts with thinking smaller.


The author suggests dozens of little things you can do everyday that will improve everything from your health, leisure, and relationships to your career, finances, and organization. From developing a nighttime routine for falling asleep faster to drinking more water, you’ll discover little, easy habits to include into your day-to-day life that will help you towards a happier, healthier future!


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Steven Handel

Steven Handel has been studying psychology and self improvement for over a decade now. He first started the popular website in 2009, which has published over 500 articles about a wide-range of topics in psychology, including positive psychology, cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivation, habit change, Buddhism, meditation, and emotional intelligence. He grew up on Long Island, New York and currently resides in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Released: September 2018
Price: $14.95

ISBN-10: 1612438318
ISBN-13: 9781612438313

5.5" x 8.5"
156 pages

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