At least when it comes to change. Havent you noticed that most everyone wants to make some kind of change: eat healthier, lose weight, exercise more, reduce stress, get better sleep. We want to be better parents and partners. We want to be more productive and creative. But the alarming levels of obesity, sleeplessness, and stress reported by the media tell us there is painful gap between what people want and what they actually do. The disconnect between want and do has been blamed on a lot of things- but people blame it on themselves for the most part. They internalize the cultural message of Its your fault! You should exercise more, but you arent doing it. Shame on you!Well, let me give you a breath of fresh air. It isnt your fault.Building habits and creating positive change can be easy-if you have the right approach. A system based on how human psychology really works. A process that makes change easier. Tools that dont rely on guesswork or faulty principles. Popular thinking about habit formation and change feeds into our impulse to set unrealistic expectations. We know habits matter; we just need more good habits and fewer bad ones. But here we are. Still struggling to change. Still thinking its our fault. In order to design successful habits and change your behaviors.