I got a mention in a new book, and I promised James Fell that I would post a picture of myself with my copy. So…
Here’s my brief appearance in the role of Quotable Guy #7:
My friend Paul Ingraham, a health writer in Vancouver, has gone through three major behavioural changes in his life. Two of them were in the traditional linear fashion he called “forced marches across a tipping point: one desperate, determined step at a time.” The other was via epiphany, which he described as “way easier, completely irresistible. To have it was to change, no work required. Just *poof!* I’m different now.”
“Forced marches across a tipping point.” This is an apt description for what most cognitive-behavioural-change models are built around.
Now, go read more about the book.