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Tuesday, 27 September 2011

zen habits: The Habit Course

zen habits: The Habit Course


The Habit Course

Posted: 27 Sep 2011 10:52 AM PDT

Post written by Leo Babauta.

Today I launch the 2nd rendition of my course on creating habits: The Habit Course.

The 4-week course is a culmination of everything I’ve learned about habits in the last six years (read My Story for more on the habits I’ve changed). I’m joined by the excellent Barrie Davenport of Live Bold and Bloom and Katie Tallo of Momentum Gathering.

It’s packed with articles, videos, audio interviews with experts. It features a weekly live webinar with me and another expert, where you can ask us questions. It also features a forum where you can ask questions and support others as you create your first habit using The Simple Method.

The Simple Method is the focus of the course — a method that distills the essentials of creating a habit and beats the forces that usually stop you from creating habits. Once you learn The Simple Method, you’ll be able to create habits for life.

Some of the experts featured in The Habit Course:

Bonus Materials

As part of the course, we're including an excellent lineup of bonus material valued at $317.80:

  1. Focus, by Leo Babauta ($34.95 value)
  2. The 7-Week Life Cleanse, by Katie Tallo ($20 value)
  3. Discover Your Passion Course, by Barrie Davenport ($59 value)
  4. How to Change a Habit, by Scott H. Young ($19.95 value)
  5. The Unconventional Guide to Art & Money, by Chris Guillebeau ($58 value)
  6. true strengths + the metrics of ease, by Danielle LaPorte ($20 value)
  7. Motivational Secrets: Think Lean, Get Lean, by Belinda Benn ($14.95 value)
  8. How to Become an Advanced Early Riser, by Steve Aitchison ($37 value)
  9. The Motivated Mind, by Jason Gracia ($26.95)
  10. The One-Hour Project, by Trent Hamm ($2.00)
  11. Evernote Essentials, by Brett Kelly ($25 value)

You can sign up for The Habit Course for the next two days at a $100 discount. The course starts on Oct. 3.

Free Webinar

For those who missed yesterday’s free webinar, here’s the recording (click through to the website to see the video if you’re reading this in email):

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