Based on RSVPs so far, we were able to find a more intimate room at Stanford (thanks, Dave!)
Incorporating some of your feedback, since we may have several folks from the peninsula that aren't familiar with Habit Design, we'll skip having a guest speaker and instead have a more open conversation format covering "the Best (& Worst) of Habit Design's 1st Year":
- What were the top 3-5 new insights, practices, tools, or methods that made the difference (or not!) in building personal habits beyond 100 days? (e.g., "Behaviorism 2.0", "Limits of Self-Tracking", "Importance of Teams", "Limits of Motivation/Willpower", "Creating an Emotional Bond", etc.)...
- Areas we'd like to further explore in Habit Design for Year 2...
- More time for socializing and sharing of what everyone's doing in Habit Design...
Sound good? Feel free in the comments section for this event to add your suggestions for topics or insights you'd like to share! If you need to refresh your memory, check out some past talks up on the Habit Design Vimeo channel.
~ Michael & Elise
P.S. Please RSVP Y/N asap so that we can decide whether move to a nearby more intimate space if it makes sense. Thanks!
Well, your votes are in and the results were overwhelming; we'll try to expand Habit Design SF every other month to Stanford! We're still working on the agenda, but please RSVP asap so we can get a rough headcount.
The Quantified Self Conference is taking place at Stanford the very next day, so we also timed this so that those of you planning on coming the conference can party the night before with us about Habit Design! Michael will be speaking at the conference's first breakout session on Habit Design and welcomes you to share your insights (if interested, email [masked]).
Hope to see you there!
Michael (@michaelbkim) & Elise (@elisegiancola)