• Micro Habits

  • 21 Small Changes That Lead to Outstanding Performance and a Life of Financial and Emotional Abundance
  • By: Timo Huennebeck
  • Narrated by: Sebastian Flynn
  • Length: 3 hrs
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By: Timo Huennebeck
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Are your habits holding you back?

"Motivation is what gets us started. Habit is what keeps us going." (Jim Ryun, American politician and field athlete)

Small changes, incredible results!

Do you long for change but get stuck or give up before you can implement something new? Timo Huennebeck knows what it’s like to pull yourself out of stagnant, bad habits and into emotional and financial prosperity.

In Micro Habits: 21 Small Changes That Lead to Outstanding Performance and a Life of Financial and Emotional Abundance, Huennebeck shows us how to transform our lives by making small, impactful changes.

Rather than struggling to change your whole life overnight, learn how to sustainably increase your sense of health, well-being, prosperity, and productivity. By following these 21 habits, you will identify important, actionable life goals.

You will learn to prioritize your health in order to achieve financial security and healthier relationships and learn to:

  • Overcome a lack of motivation and willpower
  • Build the exact mind-set for success
  • Be more in peace with yourself and become a genuinely happier person
  • Get back on track when you fall off course
  • Learn business ideas to achieve financial independence at a young age
  • Understand most common problems people get stuck in life and how to overcome them
  • Set up the right environment to make success easier
  • And much more...

Micro Habits: 21 Small Changes That Lead to Outstanding Performance and a Life of Financial and Emotional Abundance is a revolutionary step-by-step guide to work at your peak state while gaining emotional and financial abundance, attaining self-confidence, and building rapport with others.

Micro Habits is a must-listen in the age of success.

©2020 Timo Huennebeck (P)2020 Timo Huennebeck

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  • 01-06-22

Plodding, simplistic... and not about Micro Habits

The bulk of this relatively short book is taken up with a list of 21 'Micro Habits' that we should all be incorporating into our lives. Apparently. However, most of them are common sense ideas, explained in an incredibly patronising and overly-simplistic way - so much so that it reminded me of one of those overly smug '21 Ways To A New You!" articles you used to get in particularly condescending women's magazines. Worse still, very few of the author's suggestions are genuine micro habits - because they aren't 'small changes' at all, but actually require a lot of time and effort to implement (which is the antithesis of micro habit psychology). When the author suggested the 'micro habit' of generating extra income by starting a blog, YouTube channel or freelance career, I laughed out loud - having been a successful freelancer for 20 years-plus, let me warn any would-be adherents that while it is indeed immensely satisfying to diversify one's career in this way, it's also EXTREMELY hard work and requires hours and hours of dedication, focus and effort. There's nothing 'micro' about it. The most useful ideas I found in this book actually came in passing quotes from other authors, most notably James Clear. If you genuinely want to learn about micro habits and the psychology behind how they work, I would advise reading/listening to his work, instead - this one is a complete waste of time.