Update: If you want to take the Four Tendencies quiz, it’s here, to find out if you're an Upholder, Questioner, Obliger, or Rebel. What would be some good questions to pose to children, to help identify their Tendencies?
Try This at Home: Pick your "yearbook quote." What quote would you choose? Among others mentioned, Elizabeth's quotation comes from Kurt Vonnegut's Welcome to the Monkey House. Let us know: what quote would you choose?
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Better Than Before Habit Strategy: The Strategy of Pairing is one of the simplest -- and for many people, one of the most effective -- of the 21 strategies of habit change that I identify in Better Than Before.
Gretchen’s Demerit: I'm kicking myself for not realizing that Eleanor won't have a way to take photos at summer camp -- they have a strict no-cell-phone policy.
Elizabeth’s Gold Star: Elizabeth gives a gold star to her writing partner Sarah for encouraging her to go to the Podcast Movement conference.
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