Why New Habits Have to Be Tiny (w/ Dr. BJ Fogg) and Why Human Infants Are Late Bloomers

Stanford behavior scientist Dr. BJ Fogg, author of “Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything,” explains why the best new habits are tiny ones. Then, learn why human infants are late bloomers compared to other baby animals. 

More from Dr. BJ Fogg, Stanford behavior scientist:

Babies are all born prematurely – Compared to Other Baby Animals, Human Infants Are Late Bloomers by Ashley Hamer

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