<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1005777859481350&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">
Banking on Digital Growth Podcast

Spinning Small Behaviors into Tiny Habits (with Audrey Cannata)

Apple Podcasts          Spotify           Google Podcasts

Brief Summary of Episode #214

We all aspire to be better.

But that desire for change isn’t enough. We have to put that intent into action. 

We have to be willing to adjust our behavior.

Audrey Cannata, Operations Lead at DGI, joins me once again for another episode of our Behind the Cover series as we discuss the ultimate by-product of personal behavior - habits.

In this episode, we break down one of our favorite books, Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything by B.J. Fogg.

Fogg writes that three factors influence our behavior: motivation, ability, and prompts.

As Audrey mentioned in our conversation, finding motivation for change is easy.

But firing up the ability to force change by prompting ourselves into action is key to developing successful habits.

And all change begins with a simple step.   

To quote Audrey on that step, “Motivation isn’t sustainable. It’s really about shrinking that behavior so that you don’t need a lot of motivation to do it.”

By investing in the human element, we can maximize personal and professional growth.


Key Insights and Takeaways

  • The 3 elements that facilitate the development of habits (4:29)
  • 3 factors that influence behavior (15:20)
  • Finding clarity in behavior by answering “The Discovery Question” (35:03)

How to Connect With Audrey Cannata

LinkedIn | X.comWebsite