How To Form New Habits – Dr Jo Lukins (Pt 4)

Part 4 of Dr Jo Lukins interview she shares the “Goal, When, Then” strategy to form new habits.


Providing several real-life examples of how habits form and how humans operate in contingencies.

To form new habits, you need to work in contingencies to change behaviour.

Dr Lukins uses the example of putting the seat belt on in your car to demonstrate how the goal, when, then strategy works in our day to day lives.

She also concludes with the importance of the language used around forming habits and the triggers needed to help form a new behaviour.

0:32 Habit Formation
2:30 Adding habits to your daily routine
3:18 Forming A New Behaviour
4:05 Working In Contingencies
7:00 The Language You Use

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