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7 Classic Mistakes that Values Programmes Make
The Act of Will
Competing Commitments
Context - a powerful tool for change
Core Qualities
Covert Processes - the Hidden Forces that Prevent Change
The Creative Process
Creating Sustained Change - The Ideal Self 1
Creating Sustained Change - The Ideal Self 2
Desire and Addiction
Faulty Thinking and the ABC Model
From Know-How to Do-How
From Know-How to Do-How
Guilt is Good for You!
The Miracle Question
Managing Progression and Regression
Shifting Stuck Patterns
Single, Double, and Triple-Loop Change
Star Diagram / Personality Functions
Stages of Change
Working Identity
Traps - How We Delude Ourselves
Your First 100 Days


Sometimes we find it difficult to change our behaviours because we lack the skill to be effective at the new behaviour or because we find the new behaviour in some way scary. But often the biggest challenge is neither of those - its simply remembering to do the new behaviour. For some of my coaching clients, this remembering has been key to their creating sustained change in their behaviours and I've manually sent them reminder emails at irregular intervals. No longer - now I get them to use Hassleme.

At the Hassleme website you can arrange to be sent emails at intervals you specify to remind you to do the things you intend to do but somehow don't actually get it together to do. Reminders like "ask questions rather than telling", "make a networking call today", "go to the gym", and "go out for a walk on the Malvern Hills this afternoon" (there have to be some consolations for getting up in time to catch the 6.15am train to London!).

Email me at with any useful tools you use - I'll add those that take my fancy to the site.

Hassleme is part of mySociety, a website which seeks to give people simple, tangible benefits in the civic and community aspects of their lives.

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