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Unformatted text preview: outside the learnings situation and will thereby extinguish. Be consistent. In behavioral training, there is no place for inconsistency, except with an intentional intermittent schedule--and event that should be consistent. Think small. What is the smallest change that will be satisfactory? The more precise and specific the change you try to bring about, the more likely you will be to be successful. The bigger and grander, the scheme, the less likely. Contracts for change. If you want to affect another person's behavior, it's usually a good idea to describe them what you want and what you propose to do. See if they have any suggestions for modifying your proposed program. Also see what they want from you in return, so that it's not a one-way street and they have some investment in it too....
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- Fall '09