How to Break Bad Habits: Q&A Call with Dr Amy Johnson

Yesterday, Dr Amy Johnson and I hosted a question and answer session on  how to break bad habits. 

We did this because a few weeks ago Amy and I talked about talked about her latest book The Little Book of Big Change: The No Willpower Approach to Breaking Any Habit.Change Book200

We talked about: Why traditional methods often don’t work and can actually strengthen your habit. Why you feel so hijacked, and what to do instead so your urges lessen over time. Why setbacks are normal and what to do if/when you have them. Plus lots more.

You might have seen the video of our conversation.

We got so much feedback about the interview, I asked Amy if she’d do a live call where you could call in and ask her questions.

She said yes!

If you joined us on the call, thank you for coming! We had a great time, and there were some great questions.

Listen to the call below. Or download the audio file by right clicking this link. And of course, we love chatting about this stuff, so if you have any questions or comments, please post them below!


About Dr Amy Johnson Screen shot 2016-02-05 at 4.08.41 PM

Amy Johnson, PhD, is a psychologist and life coach who works with clients worldwide through individual coaching, workshops, and retreats. She is author of Being Human: Essays on Thoughtmares, Bouncing Back, and Your True Nature (2013), and The Little Book of Big Change: The No-Willpower Approach to Breaking Any Habit (New Harbinger, 2016).

Johnson has been a regularly featured expert on The Steve Harvey Show and, as well as in The Wall Street Journal and Self magazine. She devotes a large portion of her coaching practice to helping people understand the psycho-spiritual principles that explain all human behavior, and helping people end unwanted habits. Learn more at

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