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We’re fully aware you don’t lack good intentions.

You intend to get to bed earlier—or get up earlier. You want to actually lift the weights you bought last year. You are eager to make meditation a regular thing.

Despite knowing the benefits of integrating healthier habits into your life, there always seems to be a gap between intention and action. We get it–and we’re here to help with creating habits that stick for years and years.

Habit formation is not about willpower—or lack thereof. It’s not about white-knuckling it either, so you can toss out any preconceived notions about personal weakness out the window.

Instead, it’s about digging into the research behind habit formation, then making small, sustainable changes. Which is exactly what we’re going to do in this four-week, hands-on course. We’re going to build from the bottom up: first, we’ll learn the anatomy of a habit formation before we discuss the flexibility inherent and necessary in habit formation. Along the way, we’ll guide you in making small, sustainable changes, prepare you for roadblocks, and, of course, celebrate the process and your successes.

Creating Habits that Stick is designed and led by Dr. Michelle Trotter-Mathison, a psychologist who thrives on helping clients personalize the latest habit formation tools to their own lives.

Michelle, also a runner, has built in all the guidance, structure, feedback, and accountability you need to make 2022 the year you regularly meditate, strength train, get to bed before 10 pm, meal plan, or ______________ (fill in the blank with a habit that’s been bobbing around in your mind).



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The Details

Features of Creating Habits that Stick include:

  • Comprehensive materials featuring research-based tools on the anatomy of habit formation; simple, accessible ways integrate any new habit into your life; and tips and tricks to overcome roadblocks, typical in any new routine.
  • A weekly group meeting, held over Zoom, with Michelle to learn, check in, and get your questions answered;
  • Meetings also include guided reflection with Michelle for deeper, personalized understanding;
  • A private Facebook page for chatter and camaraderie with your fellow participants;
  • An accountability partner (optional) to help you both stay on track.


Nope. The materials and process of Creating Habits that Stick applies to any habit, whether you want to write 300 words a day or become more mindful in the mornings.

Four weeks. The first session runs from January 10-February 6, 2022. If that time frame doesn’t work for you, a second round will be held March 7-April 3, 2022.

For the first session, they will be on Wednesday evenings at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT. If you can’t attend one, we will grab questions prior to the meeting and share video afterward.

Dr. Michelle Trotter-Mathison is a psychologist in St. Paul who works with a range of issues from decreasing anxiety to increasing resiliency. She’s also trained in The Daring Way, Brené Brown’s methodology that focuses, among other things, on developing daily practices that transform the way we live, love, parent, and lead. Michelle is also a coach with Moms on the Run and the mother of two kids.

We are unable to issue refunds on Creating Habits that Stick; please be sure this programs works with your schedule before registering.

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