John Stepper: Working Out Loud
John developed Working Out Loud, a practice that helps people be more effective, access more opportunities, and feel happier at work. Over several years, a small movement has formed based on his self-published book*, TEDx talk, and a peer support method that’s spread to over 40 countries and companies like Bosch, Daimler, BMW, and Siemens.
- Behavior change is about small steps, peer support, celebration along the way, and continual feedback.
- Changes start with only one tiny step. Do that until it gets easy, then take the next step.
- Peer support is a major part of habit change. Peer support gives you structure, shared accountability, and emotional support.
- Start a Working Out Loud Circle
- Martha Beck
- Drive* by Daniel Pink
- Everybody Matters* by Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia
Download my highlights from Working Out Loud in PDF format (free membership required).
- How to Be a Non-Conformist, with Adam Grant (episode 238)
- The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, with Daniel Pink (episode 332)
- Six Tactics to Achieve Extraordinary Performance, with Morten Hansen (episode 337)
- How to Become the Person You Want to Be, with James Clear (episode 376)
- How to Create Meaningful Gatherings, with Priya Parker (episode 395)
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