Habit-Making: A Minimalist's Tips for a Better Life
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TWO-PART PROGRAM: LIVE WEBINAR & WORKSHOP Tuesday, January 26, 6:30 PM EST Calculate your local time
After the past months of isolation, many of our normal routines have gone out the window. We may have developed unhealthy habits surrounding food, exercise, screen time and so much more. How can we break bad habits and make good ones? Minimalist Fumio Sasaki explores this question in his new book, Hello Habits: A Minimalist’s Guide to a Better Life. At this two-part program, he joins us to share practical tips from cognitive psychology and step-by-step advice that anyone can use to potentially live a more ordered and fulfilling life.
Part 1: 6:30-7:10 PM EST Live Webinar – Sasaki shares insights from his new book, Hello Habits: A Minimalist’s Guide to a Better Life.
7:10-7:15 PM EST Five-minute break
Part 2: 7:15-8:15 PM EST Workshop – Sasaki walks participants step-by-step through the process of developing better habits, including a Q&A session.
*Exact schedule subject to change
Register for Parts 1 & 2 (Live Webinar & Workshop) Tickets: $25/20 members, seniors & students https://boxoffice.japansociety.org/events/3ccb0b5c-0040-dc31-8378-216d9e3d4428?_ga=2.228707996.1801492506.1607965408-374347577.1531248221
Register for Part 1 only (Live Webinar) Free, with advance registration required. Pay What You Wish options are also available to support our innovative programs. https://boxoffice.japansociety.org/events/9118f02e-1893-552c-7370-d90676447bd8?_ga=2.228707996.1801492506.1607965408-374347577.1531248221
The Live Webinar will be streamed through YouTube, and the Workshop will be conducted via Zoom. Tickets are required to access the Workshop portion of this program. Registrants will receive the viewing links by email on the event day. In Japanese with English interpretation.
Venue: New York City/Online
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