Small Changes, Big Results

4.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)


With all of the must-do activities in your life today, how can you fit in the activities you want to do? Better yet, what about activities you need to do?


Implementing these new behaviors requires change, and let’s face it, change is hard! It’s a lot easier to quit or, at best, give a half-hearted effort. The problem with taking the easy route is that you don’t feel you’ve accomplished anything, and you rarely see lasting results.



In this practical, actionable book, Scotty Studer shows you how to implement the important-but-not-urgent habits in your life by making small changes. These changes will not require a drastic alteration in your “routine” or require a lot of time to do, but they will provide consistent results!

By using personal life stories and examples from others, he gives you specific habits to implement that are effective, and easy to do! 

You will learn how to have:

– An actionable plan to create financial stability
– A closer, personal relationship with God
Friends complimenting you on how thin and fit you look
Relationships with your kids growing deeper and more meaningful than ever before

Don’t take the easy, half-hearted route to implement proactive habits. Instead, learn how to achieve lasting results by taking small, intentional actions every day in four important areas of your life: faith, relationships, health and finances!

Scroll to the top and click the “Add to Cart” button and you will begin implementing the important-but-not-urgent activities in your life!

6 reviews for Small Changes, Big Results

  1. 4 out of 5


    I did like parts of the book as it has plenty of good tips and ideas on how to change your life for the better. Probably why I only gave it 4 stars was the religious content. As much as I try to understand and respect other people’s faith, I just can’t wrap my head around it. I’m sure the author is a top guy and I respect his beliefs, just didn’t expect so much in this book. I guess I should have read the contents table before downloading. Cheers.

  2. 5 out of 5


    I thoroughly enjoyed this book! The author has some great tips that can be put into use immediately (which I’ve already started some of them). The only tip that I’m more reluctant to try is the protein shake, only because I’m not sure how my stomach will react to whey (I can’t drink milk). That’s one I’ll have to look into more before I try it. The section on sleep is very good and I know I don’t get enough restful sleep. I’m going to try blackout curtains, because I also have a street light that shines directly into my bedroom window. A friend of mine has been telling me about the benefits she’s been receiving from using her PayPal debit card, but I hadn’t thought about it much — and then I read about it in this book, too. So now I’m going to investigate getting one for me.

    I took lots of notes as I read Small Changes, Big Results. The author has a Resources page, which I downloaded, that is very helpful. He also included links to his research, which I appreciate. I’m going to check out his Facebook community group.

  3. 5 out of 5


    You will not find a better book to encourage, motivate, and challenge you to be the best version of yourself. Buy it and read it today

  4. 5 out of 5


    I discovered how I can easily make big changes in my life by giving some attention to a few simple things. I really appreciate books like this that save me time and help me be more effective and efficient. Thanks for all the help!

  5. 5 out of 5


    I havent even read the full book yet and already I’m impressed. I was particularly interested in the parts on relationships and health, so i skipped to those, and the tips were great. Like the title says, the writer doesn’t ask you to make huge changes. I think by making these small changes, I’m more likely to actually stick to them, and hopefully I’ll experience the results for myself. Looking forward to trying everything out!

  6. 5 out of 5


    This is a fantastic little book that delivers what to promises: Big results with just small habits implemented throughout the day. You don’t have to invest in heavy self-improvement programs or dedicate the next three weeks to heavy mental conditioning. By investing in small stuff but in consistent increments this book shows you how to make progress that counts! This book is well organized, well researched and is really well worth the low price you pay that is less than a latter at Starbucks. A highly recommended read!

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