How You Do One Thing Is How You Do EVERYTHING


Welcome to Episode 61 of the Autism Parenting Secrets. 


The topic this week is habits.

We all have them – some are supportive and some don’t help.

They’re a key part of your operating system.  

Just like a smartphone – you have an O.S.

It runs everything and it’s working in the background.

If you have a way of operating – it will appear in all facets of your life.  That’s good news for supportive habits.

But if you have a habit that holds you back, it too will show up in all facets of life as well.

Since our kids are relying on us to make good decisions, we owe it to them to at least become aware of what’s working and what’s not working.


The secret this week is… How You Do One Thing Is How You Do EVERYTHING


You’ll Discover:

Why Your O.S. Matters (2:47)
What Changes Forever When You Become a Parent (6:38)
What Your Child Needs Most (8:29)
The Work That’s Required (11:10)
How Compartmentalization Doesn’t Work (13:15)
Why Compliance Can’t Be The Only Goal (17:21)


References in This Episode

Mastin Kipp

Atomic Habits By James Clear


Additional Resources

* Free Resource: 33 Mistakes Most Autism Parents Make and How To Avoid Them

* To learn more about Cass & Len’s All-In Warrior Parent Tribe, click here

* Got a Picky Eater? – this can help

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