Deep Talk with Wendy Wood – “Good Habits, Bad Habits: The Science of Making Positive Changes that Stick”

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In this talk, psychologist and best-selling author Wendy Wood provides exciting insights and helpful advice on how to get rid of bad habits and create good new ones.

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How do we build good habits that stick?

Not working overtime, meditating, spending more time with loved ones, eating healthier … It all sounds so reasonable and obvious, but … how do I do it?

How do I get into a new habit and then stick with it longterm? For 30 years, this has been one of psychologist Wendy Wood’s central research questions. Her book on how to get rid of bad habits, “Good Habits, Bad Habits: The Science of Making Positive Changes that Stick” advanced to bestseller status, and its success proves it: The topic is on the minds of a great many people.

We are pleased to welcome Wendy Wood to our Deep Talk to learn from her how we can change our behavior and form new, useful habits, but also why habits are so important in the first place. She will explain which tricks are particularly effective, why some people find it easier than others, and how we too can become more successful at it.

In addition, the psychologist will dispel the myth of willpower and explain why we usually do not fail due to a lack of discipline. We can expect an evening that will certainly motivate many participants to reflect on their own habits and to develop more satisfying behaviors with the new knowledge.

The conversation is led by philosopher Martin Ebeling.

The event will be held in English.

Further information:

Where: Online via Zoom (You will receive the zoom link by email at least 30 minutes before the event starts. Please check your spam folder if you have not received the email by then.)

When: Monday September 19th 2022, 20:00 – 21:30 (Berlin)

Ticket categories:

Early-Bird-Ticket: 18 €
Early-Bird-Ticket incl. 20 days access to the recording: 24 €


Standard-Ticket: 25 €
Standard-Ticket incl. 20 days access to the recording: 30 €


Discounted-Ticket*:  19 €
Discounted-Ticket* incl. 20 days access to the recording: 25 €


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Foto Wendy Wood: ©J. Emilio Flores

 

In Conversation

Wendy Wood

Wendy Wood is a professor of psychology at the University of Southern California. Her primary areas of research are the nature of habits and their influence on behavior change. In addition, she has published influential articles in the field of gender psychology. Wendy Wood is the author of numerous rewarded scientific publications and has served as president of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. "Good Habits, Bad Habits" is her first book aimed at a general readership. The Washington Post wrote in its review, "Many authors have written about habits, but Wood is the leading researcher. She explains what works and what doesn't."
Photo Wendy Wood: ©J. Emilio Flores

Dr. Martin Ebeling

Dr. Martin Ebeling ist Philosoph und leitet das Business-Programm von The School of Life Berlin. Mit seiner Mission, den Wandel hin zu einer menschlicheren Arbeitswelt zu unterstützen, engagiert er sich als Trainer, Facilitator und Speaker. Als Philosoph glaubt er, dass wir den notwendigen Wandel nur gestalten können, wenn wir Arbeit neu denken und bezeichnet sich deshalb auch gerne als Instigator of Ideas. Daneben beschäftigt er sich vorwiegend mit den großen Fragen der Philosophie und unserem Potential zu mehr emotionalem Wachstum, und hofft, dass Achtsamkeit und (Selbst-)Mitgefühl verstärkt Eingang in unsere Gesellschaft finden. Als Autor des Buches „Conciliatory Democracy“ plädiert er für einen anderen Umgang mit den politischen Meinungsverschiedenheiten, die unsere Zeit prägen. Darüber hinaus hat er zahlreiche wissenschaftliche philosophische Aufsätze verfasst.

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