Building a Batcave for Habit Change


How to Build a Batcave in Bloxburg

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Minecraft Tutorial: How To Make The Batcave “The Batman Cave Lair”

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How to CHANGE your LIFE (Scientific Method to Change Habits)

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Forget big change, start with a tiny habit: BJ Fogg at TEDxFremont

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Batman Begins Building The Batcave

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How To Change Your Bad Habits The Easiest Way

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How to Build a BATCAVE in Minecraft!

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A bit of advice: Don’t make too many changes at once. At most, focus on trying to build one new habit and changing one bad habit. It’s often easier to replace a bad habit with a good habit than it is to simply get rid of an old one. Try the Hard Hat Challenge if you’re somebody who loves seeing progress.

How are you going to build your HQ?It’s a timeless book that highlights a very important truth — if you can change your habits, you can change your life. Let’s begin to explore some of the most effective strategies to build new habits that will help you improve your health, productivity and ultimately achieve your goals. 1.

How to Build a Batcave for Habit Change. Decrease the number of steps between you and building a good habit. Increase the number of steps between you and a bad habit. Let me share with you three few stories about how I’ve adjusted my headquarters in the past mont. No one expects you to change your life overnight.

And one of the basics of building new habits is to build and grow them slowly over time. In fact, we know that multitasking is a myth. So, if we’re trying to change our lives, build good habits, and get rid of our bad ones at the same time, we need to focus on one thing at a time. I n our day-to-day lives, habits can often be tough to build, as there are plenty of distractions that can lead us off the “straight and narrow” and right back to our old ways.To alleviate some of those troubles we can examine some academic research on motivation, discipline, and habit building, and break down their findings into actionable steps that any aspiring habit-builder can put.

Don’t wait until you hit “rock bottom” to have to make the change. Most unhealthy habits are in reaction to stress: excessive work (or hating your job), loss, worry, and avoidance of the. According to researchers at Duke University, habits account for about 40 percent of our behaviors on any given day.

1 Understanding how to build new habits (and how your current ones work) is essential for making progress in your health, your happiness, and your life in general.. But there can be a lot of information out there and most of it isn’t very simple to digest. What you want to do is to commit to a very small habit change and take baby steps as you build on it.

An important aspect of his teaching is to “anchor” the new habit to something you already do on a daily basis. “After I get to my car from work, I will change into my workout clothes and walk for 10 minutes.”. To make a change in our behavior, means we’re adding something, or subtracting something, and we have to figure out what that is.If I said ‘I want to. The process of building a habit can be divided into four simple steps: cue, craving, response, and reward.1Breaking it down into these fundamental parts can help us understand what a habit is, how it works, and how to improve it.

All habits proceed through four stages in the same order: cue, craving, response, and reward.

List of related literature:

Here’s an example of how I adjusted my own Batcave over the past year.

“Level Up Your Life: How to Unlock Adventure and Happiness by Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story” by Steve Kamb
from Level Up Your Life: How to Unlock Adventure and Happiness by Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story
by Steve Kamb
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2016

exercises involving multistory firefighting and rescues, and Crowley integrated those structures into his Gotham City set designs.

“The Art and Making of the Dark Knight Trilogy” by Jody Duncan Jesser, Janine Pourroy, Christopher Nolan, Michael Caine
from The Art and Making of the Dark Knight Trilogy
by Jody Duncan Jesser, Janine Pourroy, et. al.
ABRAMS (Ignition), 2012

This compulsion has been a recurring theme, as shown in a 1999 issue of Gotham Adventures, in which he tried to commit a crime without leaving a riddle, but fails: ”You don’t understand…

“DC Comics Encyclopedia” by By Wikipedians
from DC Comics Encyclopedia
by By Wikipedians

bag to start a side scrolling playable sequence where Batman must defeat the Scarecrow by shining the light of the Bat-Signal on him.

“Welcome to Arkham Asylum: Essays on Psychiatry and the Gotham City Institution” by Sharon Packer, M.D., Daniel R. Fredrick
from Welcome to Arkham Asylum: Essays on Psychiatry and the Gotham City Institution
by Sharon Packer, M.D., Daniel R. Fredrick
McFarland, Incorporated, Publishers, 2019

An instructive example is Detective Comics No. 29 from July 1939, in which “The BatMan” battles Dr Death, who attempts to set a trap in the fourteenth-floor penthouse of a New York apartment block (the comic’s setting only became Gotham later on).

“A Companion to Film Noir” by Andre Spicer, Helen Hanson
from A Companion to Film Noir
by Andre Spicer, Helen Hanson
Wiley, 2013

The goal is to help the hoarder find a suitable replacement behavior, which might be a job, volunteer work, a pastime, or a hobby—preferably one that doesn’t encourage further collecting.

“The Secret Lives of Hoarders: True Stories of Tackling Extreme Clutter” by Matt Paxton, Phaedra Hise
from The Secret Lives of Hoarders: True Stories of Tackling Extreme Clutter
by Matt Paxton, Phaedra Hise
Penguin Publishing Group, 2011

A trick I learned a few years into my career was changing bat sizes in August.

“Rod Carew: One Tough Out: Fighting Off Life's Curveballs” by Rod Carew, Jaime Aron
from Rod Carew: One Tough Out: Fighting Off Life’s Curveballs
by Rod Carew, Jaime Aron
Triumph Books, 2020

Man-Bat provides another example of a Jekyll-and-Hyde transformation that, like Batman, only emerges at night.

“How to Read Superhero Comics and why” by Geoff Klock
from How to Read Superhero Comics and why
by Geoff Klock
Continuum, 2002

After the shower, Bruce makes his way to the Batcave, using the secret entrance behind a bookshelf in the study of Wayne Manor.

“How to Kill Your Batman: A Guide for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Using Batman to Heal Hypervigilance” by Kenneth Rogers, Jr.
from How to Kill Your Batman: A Guide for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Using Batman to Heal Hypervigilance
by Kenneth Rogers, Jr.
Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC, 2019

You can make a minimalist scarecrow by hanging aluminum pie plates or strips of shiny foil from fencing and branches.

“The Vegetable Gardener's Bible, 2nd Edition: Discover Ed's High-Yield W-O-R-D System for All North American Gardening Regions: Wide Rows, Organic Methods, Raised Beds, Deep Soil” by Edward C. Smith
from The Vegetable Gardener’s Bible, 2nd Edition: Discover Ed’s High-Yield W-O-R-D System for All North American Gardening Regions: Wide Rows, Organic Methods, Raised Beds, Deep Soil
by Edward C. Smith
Storey Publishing, LLC, 2009

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  • I discovered Med School Insiders halfway through my first year of college, and I don’t know where I’d be without the quality advice from your channel. As a first generation college student your channel has provided guidance in my studies where I would’ve otherwise been so lost. Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!

  • why do there have to be two versions of minecraft it’s so confusing on java either that or it’s just cause i’m watching 4 years later

  • Well that was super interesting. I haven’t finished the video yet, but the point about Neurohacks may have just explained why I always feel more capable of doing something, when I am in the role of a tutor/helper/more experienced person. Like at karate it is weird, but I feel like I can take more push ups when I am in charge of the strength/warm up program compaired to when I’m following someone else. Or if I need to get over my introvercy and insecurity and ring door bells, I feel stronger in doing this when I am helping someone else to see that it isn’t that bad. Very interesting indeed! ��

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  • Me: Yay! I can build this!

    Also Me: *sees 1-tick pulse sticky piston*

    Also the Also of the Me: Oh guess I can’t build this because I play on bedrock edition…

  • I click on this video helped me stop procrastinating doing my homework and then I got bored watching it and now I’m leaving like 2 minutes into it to go do homework thanks much help

  • Nice work on making the bat cave,
    it’s missing the collection that Batman has like the big penny, joker card etc, also the bats itself. Just add a few bats mob and your done

  • This video was being recommended to me for some reason and when I saw the thumbnail I heard the old music in my head. I miss it so much.

  • I go to the link for the fully constructed world and it takes me to some website and I have no idea how to check out his world so someone please help me.

  • I also hated it when i unconsciusly open up my FB newsfeed and spend a lot of time there scrolling. What I did is i made a new account where i followed only the pages that will be beneficial to me. It also got me off the idea of having toxic friends in social media and kinda feel like stalking them. And it really made me much lifted off from my chest. Regarding contacting me, my messenger account for my old FB account is still there.

  • Hi Dr. J, can you please talk about your standing desk in your next vlog? I’m curious when you mentioned it since I’ve never heard of it nor do I know someone who uses. Maybe you could also throw in some benefits if it has any.

  • Thx! This video deserves a like! Rn I’m kinda poor in Bloxburg because I dont play it much but this video inspired me to play it lol. I hope that when the next Batman movie comes out, roblox will add batman’s cowl

  • Ive had a realy bad habbit wich was staying infront off the ps4 all day long
    And after 3 years of 2k-3k hours per year i decided to say goodbye to that bad habbit
    I stored my ps4 in the garage and that helped alot since than i didnt touched my ps4 for 7 month and that trough corona ��

    I hope you all have a wonderful day and dont forget and like if you liked the video

  • I’ve going through a period of anxiety and questioning who and what I am. This video is literally every problem I summed up and resolved(if I would act upon it). I thank you very much good sir doctor J!

  • Syeda (Health and Wellness) I would say Waoo. This lecture is truly the key to getting life you want. Tiny Habits can change our lives. Thanks Jennifer.

  • I Just unfollowed everyone and everything in facebook, then i realized i don’t need it anymore, then Instagram then twitter, I’m just happy right now without it

  • You can tell most of the words in “SCIENCE” were chosen arbitrarily to fit the stupid acronym. I hate when dumb gimmicks like this are used.

  • Hey, Med School Insiders, I am new to your channel but I have already seen some videos already and I like the way your videos are. Very helpful and Insightful. I was wandering if you could do a video on how International students can have a good shot at getting into medical schools in the U.S and dealing with the massive expenses. Im a freshman currently majoring in Biology.

  • I started meditating for 10 mins a day after my morning alarm went off. I now do it first thing every morning, last thing at night, and quite often for 20 mins during the day! I feel SOOO much better and stronger!

  • Great video! I would add at 6:30 that another importance factor is “Faith”. Example: Christians strive to follow a certain lifestyle because “God said it is important”. Same with Muslims, Buddhists (Budda said it was important) and so on. I am a LDS member and the early members of my church changed their behavior and left areas of persecution so because they understood it was important to live in an area where they could freely practice their faith rather than hiding their faith because others disagree and abuse them for it.
    So, 1. Faith 2. Money 3. Health 4. Social Connections

  • The problem with me is ; Everything I have been doing it, is on Youtube. I have been learning French and Arabic. So whenever I enter Youtube to get some grammer some useful videos about the language, I am being bombarded with bloody Youtube recommendations! How am I supposed to…….a better life!

  • I used to always game, more than 24 hours a week. But I’ve took it down a notch. Then I got my first computer. Now I’m on games around 34 hours a week.

  • I just installed porn blocker which I made myself so that I can not access porn material.But I fear that some day I may uninstall it because of my habbit of watching porn.What should I do in that moment?

  • I give myself positive rewards that don’t relate to my bad habit. Like I reward myself with a delicious breakfast and coffee if I wake up early. If I wake up late, I can’t have this reward but there’s no negative reinforcement. I could but I’m not sure what. I could treat myself with a mani/pedicure or a bubble bath on my rest day if I workout 6 days a week.

  • Banking instead of scheduling. I get up at X o’clock (that is a set, scheduled time), and THEN (banked, not timed) I do Y, and then I do Z.

  • you are so right with the social media, sometimes I just turn off my phone just that I can concentrate. it’s just eating my time://

  • Idea of Celebrating tiny new habit sounds would be more acceptable to the individuals. The color matrix not only makes abstract options visual but by updating the daily chart after performing at the end of the day what one is doing,i.e.,dot,span, duration etc.,when viewed say after a week, a person can increase,decrease new /old habitit could act as achievement chart.

  • Can you make a mini batcave! I love your tutorils and it would totally make my day, i made a bunch of your videos hope you see this please reply and do it!

  • This is why i always watch Med school insiders vids everytime u upload, I WATCH THEM OVER & OVER TILL MY BRAIN STARTS TO THINK ITS IMPORTANT TO WATCH UR VIDS, coz it is.

  • TSMC MINECRAFT can you do a how to build tutorial on the arrow cave from Green Arrow season 4 cause that one is really cool and I would like to see how you build and whay method you use to figure out the shape of the cave to build it

  • You and Grian make a very good team.See Grian makes mansions and mind boggling designs for normal houses and you can add mind twisting redstone. In my opinion you could be the best team ever!!!!

  • Whenever I am down and feel like not working, binging junk food and skipping karate, I watch this, done deal! You make my day brother! I only wish you success! Lost 23 pounds in 3 months!!

  • Its called the BatWing it helps Batman travel through the air at good speeds it also can help is the batmobile is damaged it also comes with nice weapons to take out flying threats sometimes

  • Thank you sir for the wonderful advice. I kind of felt happy and easy after seeing this video. I am very positive that this technique will help me for a smoother and fulfilling life journey.

  • How to get over a habit OK here we go keep yourself busy and set a specific time to do your bad habit if you replaced it with something better most chances you won’t even do it another thing you don’t have to delete social media just invert the colors and make your phone more disinteresting worked like magic for me

  • I’m not even able to drive but I want to be a doctor for pregnant women or be a doctor for kids you making these videos prepare me for a future I want thanks.

  • This guy is awesome, by the time I get to a full workout and floss my teeth and wake up early each morning it’s gone 10 years of my life happy dance

  • No plugin needed for what i did. I unfollowed all my friends( it is different from unfriend. You still are friends but don’t get their crap in your news feed) and then followed all the art, music and science topics. Now i can browse for an hour and get information on the topics i actually like instead of watching the mindless status updates of the humans in my friend list.

  • I was eating my yogurt while watching this, and when he mentioned the floss I started gagging lol. Will throw out my yogurt and watch the rest of the video now. I’m sure it will be great!!

  • Finally an useful video!
    Yeah I have read 10 books on how to develop good habits and to understand how it works, I am subscribed to a blog where they show you different ways to study and be effective… and also on yt my whole account is basically flooded with these videos. For what? To never be able to practice what I learn because I do not have the courage to try it!
    6:06 I see what you did there ��
    Thank for the effort put into creating these videos!

  • to start my day, I do 100 jumping jack upon waking, drink 2 glasses of water with my supplement, then i will be so alert to pray the rosary

  • I am obsessed about behavior ways too. Truly, it is called OCD and I have it. It is not a habit, it is a pre-program in the brain. Not so wonderful. From wine country too, FLNY.

  • I recently came across one of your videos, and now I can’t stop watching! You’re videos are real, honest, and mostly inspiring. Definitely an eye opener if you’re looking to change your life. I love the work you put into your drawings as well. Keep up the good work, thanks ^_^

  • Before, I was kinda hook on facebook for the whole night. And also, I spent most of my time laying in bed and surfing Internet.
    But since I have to learn English through videos, I just watch bunch of motivational speeches which I untill now still consider to be boring. However, listening them a lot can affect my consciousness. And now, I dont work so hard but I genuinely rarely visit Fb.
    Feel quite satisfied with what I have done

  • Studying in public like in a library or on campus (or in nature like a park) helps me to get in the vibe and get focused on my tasks. Going to the library means I have a purpose which is to study a certain task for a certain amount of time. So if I get distracted, then it wouldn’t make sense for me to be in the library. And I would count the time I have left to take advantage of the library’s environment. The library becomes a place designated for studying. And having people around in a public place means I can’t get distracted with the going back and forth to the kitchen, my bed, or getting too comfy in general. The bad habits stay at bay.

  • Dr. Jay, thank you for recommending this book. I’d seen this video when it was first released and heard you talk about Stick with It: A Scientifically Proven Process for Changing Your Life-for Good in other videos and around social media, but it was your newsletter alerting me that it was only 99 cents for Kindle that drove me to purchase the book and I couldn’t be more glad that I did! It is full of excellent information I know the scientific approach to goal setting will help me accomplish my goals. Thank you.

  • Appropriate is one of the worst words in the English language. Change requires only ONE thing want, true desire. Without that one thing, lasting change doesn’t happen in the real world.

  • My personal experience: I had a hard time getting rid of a bad habit myself. So I asked my friends to track habits together through a mobile app (FYI if someone needs, the app called PingPal, only iOS version.) By giving thumbs up to each other’s progress, we all get motivated to go beyond. Highly recommend this way! Either group support or peer pressure definitely can be willpower lol

  • I just started a diet. I used to have one but didn’t complete it. So now I started again, thanks to this video I have some ideas to help me maintain it. I have healthy food in my apartment but the thing is that I over heat, so that doesn’t help the weight loss. So what I plan is to put that food in many containers so it’s harder to access to it and only when really necesary. Also I changed my wallpaper to a female K-pop idol and also to a male. This way I see them really often and inspires me to reach a body like the male idol and maybe someday find a girl like the female. Wish me luck.

  • I have no doubt that this tweak to habit reinforcement will be helpful to some. I had really hoped that he had taken it deeper to the real core human motivation. Neurochemicals. The feel good one are helpful. They are also inextricabally linked to emotions. The dopamine you get from stating ‘Victory!’ after a small win. And the other feel good chemicals (oxytocin, serotonin), plus the motivational ‘bad’ feel chemical, like cortisol. All human motivation comes from seeking or avoiding these chemicals. Which ones work best for you and how well have you learned to juggle them all, since they droop after a while and you need a different one to ‘maintain’? Mixing and matching is also a great lifehack. Not that this is easy to accomplish, but falling in love with the right prerson can mix oxytocin, dopamine, and serotonin all into a long lasting chemical buzz that can produce unpresidented behavior changes for exended periods. Losing weight? Dopamine and serotonin!

  • These discoveries about how to create new positive habits has been soooo useful to me and have really really much value and worth to me. So thank you a lot for your job!!!!

  • i simply slap my self and do what needs to be doon.(efectivle i give my self a big slap on the face every time i realise theth i do somting rong)

  • I tried the water fall and it didn’t work at all the water kept filling in on all three spots after flicking the lever three times

  • just saying, i used to live in fremont and have moved to 2 different countries ever since, and i really miss that place, where all my best childhood memories were made…

  • I liked the video, so can you please tell me what the dimensions are for the two rectangles at the start? I can’t even do the entrance coz I’m like super confused

  • The thing that revolutionized my way of thinking and therefore my behavior was mindfulness meditation. I meditate for only five minutes 3 times a day, morning, afternoon and evening. I saw tangible results in only 1 week. After a month of doing it I became a completely different and better person mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually, and intellectually.

  • I’m not even going to med school, but man! you guys do have great presentation and quality information. you guys remind me of Thomas Frank’s cig stuff.

  • You helped me change my lifeI started watching you (and others) about 9 months ago and managed to overhaul and transform my life. Still loads to do but, Thank you!

  • That thumbnail is so toxic,its like saying gaming overnight is bad how do you think the professional gamers are so successful,dont say gaming is a bad habit or addiction then every other physical sport and hobby like guitar playing,soccer,etc should be a addiction too


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  • What I Did…….. Replace My Phone With…… Snake Twist Puzzle….. Whenever I feel To play PUBG or Watch YouTube….. I Picked up Puzzle…… Or whatever you love to do more than that……. But Never Picked Up Phone….. Only when Necessary.

  • Fire video as usual my dude! Have you done a video on how to avoid distractions? I’ve been pretty good at slowly building positive habits and keeping consistency. BUT the moment txts, invitations to go out, snaps, events in my community, and bright sunny days come about it’s REAL tough to stay focused. How do you do it??
    Thanks Dr. Jay!!

  • Key point @ 11:10.. for tasks that we have low motivation for, make it really easy to do them. Also, pick a trigger which this task will come after. Eg. after I drink me tea, I will drink some water.

  • Spending many hours watching videos that will not bring any benefit is bad… However, if a large amount of hours on YouTube is aimed at improving you physically, intellectually and socially, why not?
    I spend a certain amount of hours, but most of it is dedicated to improvements that I can make to become someone better.

  • I used these ideas. Now my life is worse than it’s ever been. I’m not blaming this video, I’m just pointing out how foolish this logic is.

  • Can you please make the manor to go with this or combo of both updated….I know this would take a while but a great project and you could post a couple times a week or something. Would love to see this.

  • What’s the point of doing something that u don’t want to do?? If u don’t want to go to the gym, it’s maybe because u don’t like to.

  • Curious if the push-ups stuck?

    I’m doubtful as there is a “mismatch” in environment (i.e. you don’t typically do push-ups in the bathroom) as well as frequency (i.e. most people don’t workout 5x a day, but may pee 5+/day). It’s kind of like “after I take a shower I will wash my car” while showering may be a useful trigger for brushing your teeth (same environment/frequency), it’s not super useful in this case as the environments and frequency don’t match at all.

  • This is true, I started picking up a book each day to try to break me free from my internet addiction. I started with a goal of at least 10-20/30 pgs a day, now I literally go out of my way to read to relax & get lost everyday lol

  • And how this is going to give me a good job? And also,how am I going to apply those small habits at the job while I’m sitting in front of the PC doing reports and other stuff with zero time for them????HOW?!?!

  • These videos make me forget my shitty life and makes me feel improved and optimistic while i am not sure if i have improved in reality.

  • Your life is in your hands so start acting on your ideas. You don’t have to go for the big challenges at once. By now you have learned that doing small things consistently on a daily basis can get you great results.

  • Took a little minute for him to get to the solution, but, my, was that worth the wait. Very good, yet practical advice. Can’t wait to go buy my journal tomorrow and plan out my tiny habits!

  • I know this is 2020 and this vid was made in 2016 but I’m board and wan’t a secret base but the flush door doesn’t work is this because of the updates or is Mumbo’s game not java

  • i think this concept can also be used to break a bad habit. For example, if you wanna break the habit of unnecessary eating at midnight, you start by saying “whenever I feel hungry at midnight, I will drink water instead.” It’s like diverting your response to a new one from cues that leads you to bad habits or behavior. Idk if that works, just some realizations which I might try. Will get back here if that works for me. Reaaly love this Ted talk btw. ����

  • I’m going to take 2minutes to comment this video before I start applying this “Science-tific” method.
    Your content is what keeps the world spinning (together with some laws of mother Nature, but they ain’t as entertaining.)

  • well, i’m addicted to facebook, watching anime, reading anime manga, reading anime novel and playing computer games.
    last time, i was only addicted to games. i tried my best by uninstalling the game on my computer. then, i ended up reading anime manga/novel, then got addicted to it.
    i tried enrolling to udemy for a web development course, and guess what, i feel bored on it. reinstall my games, and now ended up getting addicted to games and reading manga/novel.

    from getting addicted to facebook and computer games, now addicted to computer games, facebook and manga/novel.

    don’t know what to do now.:(
    when there’s brownout in our area, i can’t play games, i can’t do facebook, i can’t read manga/novel and this ended me as feeling completely bored, feeling completely unsuccessful in life and incomplete.

    i forgot to mention, i spend 15 hours per day in front of my computer and/or laptop

  • While I started listening at the video, this reminded so much of James Clear’s Atomics habits book. Every word in this talk can be found in that book, so in case you want to know more about It, read It. It is worthy

  • Awesome talk! I think that visualizing the motivation 1st is key and finding the right spot in the Daily routine where the new behavior/habit fits, I also loved the ritual of celebrating e.g. Charles Duhigg suggested to allow the Chocolate only after exercising as a reward instead of just eating it in front of the TV and the cue or trigger for the exercising could be after I woke up and went to the bathroom I do an exercise, starting small with only a few repetitions as suggested in this talk! Cool stuff!!!

  • If you were to try and make this under ground, how far down would you need to dig just asking cuz I want is as a house secret base ����

  • This video is interesting. Are you happy to help? I am in a critical stage of life where I am unable to change myself at all on the direction I wanted. May I get your email to inbox you something to share.

  • Seriously, this was exactly what I was looking for! Thank you so much! I don’t know why this video has not way more views. After I write down my habit plans I will track them. After I start doing them I will write here if it works for me. I would like to know how long it takes to build these habits. Is 66 days still the number?

  • Where’s the giant Penny, Batmobile, Batwing, robot dinosaur, Bat cycle, Jason’s Robin suit on display, bat computer, Alfred and the whole of Wayne Manor?

  • I created a tiny habit recently. Monday I tasted a garlic olive. It was sour and horrible. I forced myself to eat one to two more everyday this week. Now they are tolerable and I like the texture. ��

  • 0:21 Mumbo:the first thing to do is find yourself a cave

    Robin kid (in Lego Batman movie):why do you live in Bruce Wayne’s attic

    Batman:No,no,no kid, Bruce Wayne lives in my basement


  • Hey Med School Insiders I just recently found this channel and I would like to know if you have any tips/strategies or videos on how to study for the SAT or any standardized tests?

  • Hi TSMC have just about done all in this build but am having probs with the coloured water mine does not seem to work is it due to the version i am using would you know?

  • why didn’t you just get images on the internet of an empty batsuit or nightwing suit? Also instead of a tv computer, you could put a picture on the walls and change the image into like a computer that gives you information and stuff. I suggest making it darker and with less bright colored items. since you’re on a budget, my computer idea is much cheaper than the tv and changing the colors on things is only 25 dollars. I like what you did with the water but the waterfall bloxbuck thing in the beginning seems like the water would just spill onto the floor.

  • I recommend his book.

    £15 in the U.K. for me was a worthwhile purchase, and the Fogg model has helped me be less frustrated with failure just because of how well it breaks down habits into something you can always look at in the real world.

  • I put my entrance behind a bookshelf. Most of the bat cave is just water but there’s a really cool custom computer and a hidden modern house in it