Issue #16

Breaking Bad Habits

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. ― Aristotle
Breaking Bad Habits

We are creatures of habit. Most of us, unfortunately, have some habits that we deem bad or unnecessary; we want to get rid of them. But as often and as hard as we try, we realize that this is not as easy as it might seem.

Following tips will help you get rid of your bad habits, and create better ones.

I've Spent My Career Studying Bad Habits. Here's What I've Learned about Breaking Them.

This is what you should understand about making big life changes.

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I Suck at Habits: How Do I Get Better?

If you “suck at habits,” you can use following tips to start building trust in yourself.

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The 1% Rule for Creating All Habits

If you want to succeed at anything, you have to give yourself permission to fail twice as much as you thought you would.

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The Chemistry of Building Better Habits

James Clear explains what is activation energy of new habits, and how can you use it to your advantage when forming new habits.

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Stacking Habits: How to Finally Stick to Your Morning Routine

Tell yourself you’ll try a new habit for “only five minutes.” Your lizard brain will take care of the rest.

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Until Next Week

Don’t worry about your bad habits. Just build better habits, and let them replace the old ones.

Happy trails,
Zoran Jambor