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Tiny Leaps, Big Changes is a personal development podcast focused on exploring the day-to-day behaviors we all engage in that determine the results we gain in our lives. Hosted by Gregg Clunis, the show shares simple strategies you can implement into your life to start moving the needle towards your biggest goals.

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Tiny Leaps, Big Changes is a personal development podcast focused on exploring the day-to-day behaviors we all engage in that determine the results we gain in our lives. Hosted by Gregg Clunis, the show shares simple strategies you can implement into your life to start moving the needle towards your biggest goals.

    555 - What is Action Faking?

    555 - What is Action Faking?

    In this episode, we take a look at Action Faking. 

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    What is Action Faking?

    "Action-Faking: when you take solitary and/or uncommitted action that is NOT part of a bigger process

    For the aspiring entrepreneur who wants to get rich, be his own boss, and blah blah blah, "action-faking" is ordering cards from Vistaprint." - MJ Demarco, Millionaire Fastlane


    Action faking is all the stuff we do that makes us feel good about our progress without actually making any meaningful progress.

    What does Action Faking Look Like?

    Fitness


    Getting a gym membership but not going to the gym
    Buying exercise equipment but not using it
    Reading articles on the best shoes for running or the best running form but not running

    Nutrition


    Planning your entire week of meals but not prepping them
    Reading about the best diets
    Getting a free nutrition consultation but not hiring the nutritionist

    Finances


    Setting up a savings account but not setting up automatic transfers
    Reading books on how to save but not taking action

    Mental Health


    Learning about meditation but not meditating

    Career


    Creating your 5 year plan

    Relationships


    Swiping left and right on an app, going on dates, but never being willing to commit.

    Why do we Action Fake?


    It feels like progress
    It doesn't require risk
    It's a good starting point

    How to stop Action Faking


    Plan your first real action and schedule it
    Utilize accountability to get started

    https://www.thefastlaneforum.com/community/threads/whats-an-action-fake-action-faking.92039/ 


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    • 16 Min.
    554 - Mental Health Emergencies

    554 - Mental Health Emergencies

    In this episode, look at mental health emergencies. 

    Recognizing an Emergency:

    Any time a person is an immediate danger to others or themselves, experts say.

    Quote:

    "In many ways, issues related to suicide are similar to having chest pain: This is an emergency, and it should be taken seriously," Borenstein says. In other words, if someone around you is threatening violence, call 911 or take the person to the nearest emergency room yourself, he says.

    Other situations that warrant quick care include people who show signs of psychosis that affect their functioning such as delusions, paranoia or fear, Borenstein says. People who are extremely agitated, wild, overly active and unable to calm down should also raise red flags – particularly if they don't respond to verbal interventions like saying, "Hey, can we sit down and talk?" Lieberman adds.

    Sudden behavior changes should be taken seriously, too. "If something evolves rapidly, it's probably not psychiatric," Lieberman says. It's probably something really, really serious like poisoning, and they just need to be taken to the closest emergency room immediately." If you have a choice, head to an academic medical center, since clinicians there tend to be up-to-date on the most effective procedures and treatments, he says."

    When to Ask For Help if its Not an Emergency:


    Feeling sad, angry, or otherwise “not yourself.”
    Abusing drugs, alcohol, food, or sex to cope.
    You’ve lost someone or something important to you.
    Something traumatic has happened.
    You can’t do the things you like to do.

    Resources:

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/where-science-meets-the-steps/201303/5-signs-its-time-seek-therapy

    https://www.mhanational.org/finding-help-when-get-it-and-where-go

    https://health.usnews.com/health-news/best-hospitals/articles/2015/07/21/what-to-do-during-a-mental-health-crisis


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    • 17 Min.
    553 - The Problem With Personal Development

    553 - The Problem With Personal Development

    In this episode, we take an honest look at the personal development industry and some of it's biggest issues.


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    • 17 Min.
    552 - How to Combat Decision Fatigue

    552 - How to Combat Decision Fatigue

    In this episode, we talk about decision fatigue.

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    What is Decision Fatigue?

    "As it turns out, your willpower is like a muscle. And similar to the muscles in your body, willpower can get fatigued when you use it over and over again. Every time you make a decision, it’s like doing another rep in the gym. And similar to how your muscles get tired at the end of a workout, the strength of your willpower fades as you make more decisions." - James Clear


    Everyone has a reserve of mental energy, and each decision draws on it
    The more decisions you make, the less mental energy you have

    Two Ways to Avoid It:


    Proactive: Optimizing your day to day routine to reduce unnecessary decisions (the president)
    Choose your outfit the night before
    Set out clothes for workouts
    Meal prep

    Reactive: Giving yourself space to reset and improve decision making (taking a break)

    Do something fun
    Take a break
    Stop for the day



    Key Takeaways:

    1. Plan to make decisions early in the day

    2. Make small decisions ( like what to wear) ahead of time

    3. Avoid impulse decisions

    Resources:

    https://jamesclear.com/willpower-decision-fatigue

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/womensmedia/2019/05/13/how-to-identify-when-youre-experiencing-decision-fatigue/#1dfea0267fb4


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    • 15 Min.
    551 - How Habit Stacking Works

    551 - How Habit Stacking Works

    In this episode, we take a look at habit stacking and why it works.

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    What is Habit Stacking?

    "Also termed 'habit chaining', the process involves grouping together small activities into a routine which you link to a habit already set in your day. This makes the routine memorable and anchors your new habits to an existing trigger. Or in simpler terms: use the things you already remember to do to remind you to do something else, like reading one chapter of a book when you get into bed."

    Why Does This Work?


    Classical Conditioning


    What is Classical Conditioning?

    "Classical conditioning involves placing a neutral signal before a naturally occurring reflex. In Pavlov's classic experiment with dogs, the neutral signal was the sound of a tone and the naturally occurring reflex was salivating in response to food. By associating the neutral stimulus with the environmental stimulus (food), the sound of the tone alone could produce the salivation response."

    The 5 Stages:


    Acquisition

    Extinction

    Spontaneous Recovery


    Key Takeaways:


    Habit Stacking is the process of pairing a new habit with an existing one

    This works because of classical conditioning which ties new behaviors to existing behaviors

    When trying to build new habits you'll go through periods of acquisition, extinction, and spontaneous recovery


    Resources:

    https://www.verywellmind.com/classical-conditioning-2794859

    https://www.esquire.com/uk/life/fitness-wellbeing/a15489/habit-stacking-chaining/


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    • 14 Min.
    550 - How to Change Yourself

    550 - How to Change Yourself

    In this episode, we talk about how to change yourself.

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    What is Reciprocal Determinism:

    "According to psychologist Albert Bandura, reciprocal determinism is a model composed of three factors that influence behavior: the environment, the individual, and the behavior itself. According to this theory, an individual's behavior influences and is influenced by both the social world and personal characteristics."

    Behavior

    "behavior is controlled or determined by the individual, through cognitive processes, and by the environment, through external social stimulus events."

    Environment

    "the physical surroundings around the individual that contain potentially reinforcing stimuli, including people who are present (or absent). "

    Individual
    "all the characteristics that have been rewarded in the past. Personality and cognitive factors play an important part in how a person behaves, including all of the individual's expectations, beliefs, and unique personality characteristics."

    Each of these factors over the course of your life have combined in unimaginable ways to create you. The combinations are endless and so you are unique.

    How can we use this to change in the future?


    Change behavior
    Change environment
    Change yourself

    By changing one of these things you change the potential combinations going forward. By changing all of these things you completely shatter the path you were travelling.

    Challenge:


    Do something different today
    Go somewhere new today
    Respond to something differently today

    Resources:

    https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-reciprocal-determinism-2795907


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    • 14 Min.

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Erneste Carla Zimmermann ,

What is mental health?

Hi Gregg, totally loved your definition of it and the great interview. Being a high performance member of Brendon Burchard for very long, I learned, that mental health does not mean, you need to know everything, which nobody could. It´s ok to be vulnerable and ask for support. It´s illusionary to know everything , even for high performance achievers who are considered to be mentally stong. Also loved your link + reducted price for blinkist.

Sch3issnickname ,

Too much commercials for my taste

Until mid December 2019 it was great. Now you are telling us to listen on Spotify, buy the mugs, and in the middle of the episode is a tiny break: this time it was acommercial for blinkist.
I am happy to come back and listen to your podcast and update my review once you get rid of the advertisement. Just let me know 😉

Ay.Ha ,

Great motivation! Must subsribe

I love the podcast.
Its the first i listen to as soon as i wake up to motivate myself to become better.
Greg Cluness has a very calming convincing voice that just pushes u to work on urself.

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