Bethany Soule and Daniel Reeves on Stochastic Self-Sampling

October 2, 2010

From the New York QS Show&Tell group: Bethany Soule and Daniel Reeves talk about self-trickery that helped them get motivated to meet their long-term goals.

They each pledged $2,000 one summer – they would lose this money if they didn’t daily follow their “yellow brick road” targets for everything from pushups to desserts to spending time with kids. Watch their fascinating story below.

Daniel Reeves and Bethany Soule – Stochastic Self-Sampling from Steve Dean on Vimeo.

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