Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results






This book has been a life saver for a chronic procrastinator like myself. I thought I was simplifying things before but after reading this book I have a deeper understanding of the nature of habits in the brain and learned that starting a habit off as a mini habit is actually the easiest way to gain positive habits. If you’re struggling to do the things you’d love to do then this book could be your solution too.

  • Title: Mini Habits
  • Author: Stephen Guise
  • Genre: Nonfiction, Self-Development

A mini habit is a very small positive behavior that you force yourself to do every day. It’s too small to fail nature makes it weight-less and deceptively powerful. The end goal in this book is to help you permanently add healthy habitual behaviors to your life.

Mini Habits Book Review
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I'm So Glad I Listened to Mini Habits!

Mini Habits is well worth reading. The Science in Mini Habits exposes the predictably inconsistent results of most popular personal growth strategies and reveals why mini habits create remarkable consistency and momentum.

Lasting Change Isn’t Hard When We Start Playing By Our Brain’s Rules

Don’t fight against your brain, why get stuck with strong bad habits when we can create strong positive habits with simplicity and consistency?

Habitually Celebrate Small Successes

Success leads to more success because we like the results and feelings of success.

The momentum you build and the mindset shift that will take place will amaze you as it has me.


Parts 1-3: Discusses habit building, the brain, willpower, motivation, and how they relate with one another. You uncover why it’s best to use willpower with mini habits exclusively and ignore motivation altogether.

Part 4: Mini Habits Mindset Covers logical and scientific conclusions and mini habit strategies.

The last three parts show you exactly how to apply mini habits.

Part 5: Advantages of Mini Habit Strategies

Part 6: Eight Steps to Big Change

Part 7: Eight Rules of the Mini Habits Strategies Eight rules to keep you on track.

I listen to this whole book with Audible which is giving away two free audiobooks to start a free trial. When I signed up just over a year ago I only got one free audiobook! Still, I’m glad I joined when I did because knowledge like this has been invaluable to me.

If we want to develop the mindset of an entrepreneur then we must continue to learn, to grow, figure out how to put value out to the world to help others and solve problems

I’m so glad I joined Audible, each audiobook I consume is an investment in myself that more than pays for itself over my lifetime.

Check back to see the mini habits I used to become a stronger affiliate marketer and freelancer.

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One thought on “Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results

  1. Song

    November 8, 2017 at 6:11am

    Hi Steven, I’m a sales trainer and I can totally agree with you the importance of habits to make a success of life. In my training I always emphasize that good habits bring great results. For example, being punctual creates discipline.

    I like the thoughts you brought out in the book Mini Habits, especially the point on habit building, the brain and willpower. Willpower is a must!

    Audible? Hmmm… Worth exploring.


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      November 8, 2017 at 7:27am

      Thank you Song, great example, positive habits do create positive results. Listening to this book on Audible has open my mind up to the possibilities of creating positive habits and it’s working. I’ve learned to love Audible, some people may not learn well listening but I sure do. I think I’ll be a member for life with my new attitude of lifetime learning. When I sit down and read a book I space out more often then when I listen. I’ve always been a good listener.

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