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Habit switching – recycle bad habits

By Dave Henning / February 24, 2022

“When it comes to breaking bad habits, averse stimuli are an effective stopgap. . . strategy, but there is a better way to recycle your bad habits.  It’s called habit switching.  It’s breaking a bad habit by replacing it with a good habit.”- Mark Batterson “How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than […]


Decision fatigue and making good decisions

By Dave Henning / May 8, 2021

“Decision fatigue is the deterioration of our ability to make good decisions after making lots of decisions. . . .  One key to making good decisions is making fewer decisions, and that’s where predecisions come into play.  That said, seeding the clouds is not one and done.  You have to reset throughout the day.”- Mark […]


Our digital age – the biggest deception

By Dave Henning / July 8, 2019

“The biggest deception of our digital age may be the lie that says we can be omni-competent, omni-informed, and omni-present. . . .  We must choose our absence, our inability, and our ignorance — and choose wisely.”- Kevin DeYoung, Crazy Busy In Chapter 16 (“Choose Your Absence”) of The Next Right Thing, Emily P. Freeman […]

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