Sticky Change Example 6: Chunking and Juggling

The sixth instalment in our real world examples of changing behaviour…

Derived from: Chip and Dan Heath, Switch : How to Change Things When Change is Hard

Want to learn how to juggle three balls?
The key is to start with one ball.
In this video, juggling superstar Jason Garfield shows you how by chunking juggling down to it’s basic elements.
And, this is one of the keys to making changes stick – chunk it down into manageable bits.
The old joke applies…
How do you eat an elephant?
One bite at a time.
That’s kind of ironic given we’re using the metaphor for change of the Rider and the Elephant! Oops!

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