The Principle of Chaotic Habits is an excellent tool that helps you work around obstacles, exhaustion to build habits
It focuses on the 1 in 8 individuals who struggle with habit formation to help them achieve desired goals and beat the limitations that come with being neurodivergent in a neurotypical world
Chaotic Habits help you win the consistency game by sitting into persistence, multiple modes and dopamine releases among other things, and each of the 28 building blocks discussed in the book can be used in isolation or in combination for a rich, full experience
Here’s what users have been saying:
In the book, Jane layers her coaching expertise on top of the building blocks to help you move quickly from new knowledge and A-ha moments to take the baby steps that would open you up to a life-changing experience. She helps you organize the thought trains and probable action points that come to you as you interact with the content.
To help you document your thoughts and action plans for later reference, the accompanying editable journal comes with reflection prompts, pretty pages, and loads of writing/typing space. Your sort of thing? Cop yours here:
In the words of Jeremy Finck, ADHD Coach and Co-Founder of the ART of ADHD Community & Academy:
“Until now, every book on habits has overlooked the most basic needs and challenges that neurodivergent people experience, when attempting intentional habit change. In Principle of Chaotic Habits, Jane OLUWADARE addresses these neurodivergent challenges directly. Thanks to Jane, we finally have a resource that deals with our unique challenges openly and honestly, with vulnerability, while also showing us that there’s a path forward. If you are a Neurodivergent person who has struggled with habit change in the past, this book is for you.”