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“The real clincher here, as Arnold helps us realize, is that in order to make successful resolutions, “micro” or not, we have to know ourselves and stop picking one-size-fits-all goals out of the bin.”
“These genius strategies from Caroline Arnold, one of the few female bosses in Goldman Sachs’ tech department, will help [to accomplish your goals].”
“If there’s a habit you’ve been pushing against without a breakthrough, check out Small Move, Big Change. Reading it may be one of the last macroresolutions you ever make.”
"[Small Move, Big Change is a] thought-provoking road map to successfully transforming ourselves with new habits”
“Arnold, the managing director at Goldman Sachs and a technology leader on Wall Street, shows us how to effect behavioral change by thinking small. Through her own work, she’s discovered that you can vanquish bad habits by focusing on concrete, manageable goals.”
— Library Journal
“The only thing this book did for me was to get me to floss regularly, which led to less red wine, which led to snapping at my kids less, which led to their doing the dishes more. Who knew that flossing could change your life?”
— Dr. Wendy Walsh, CNN’s human behavior expert
“I love this book! From page one, Small Move, Big Change is filled with wisdom, insight, and whip-smart ‘micro’ suggestions you can actually implement to change your life. Caroline Arnold manages to be funny, down to earth, and hard-hitting all at the same time. This is a must-read.”
— Amy Chua, Yale law professor and author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother
“Small Move, Big Change is a rare self-improvement book that actually works. With the right mix of science and practical examples, Caroline Arnold offers powerful advice for motivating ourselves to save more, eat less, get organized, boost our willpower, and even keep our New Year’s resolutions. It’s the most useful guide to getting things done since Getting Things Done.”
— Adam Grant, Wharton professor and bestselling author of Give and Take