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7 Ways to Change your habits for lead Best life. The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”

The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”

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Habits are mental Constriction of our mind which is leading our life in every ways

Everything you do in your life is a habit: when you wake up, who
you spend time with, how much money you have, your
happiness or sadness, your physical health everything is a
consequence of what you choose to do or not do.

Lets start with your day today life experiences.

A person is getting up from bed on 08.00 am. for that the person is rushing for going to work. he is skipping brake first, workouts, and family times. But the fault is not that person wants do these much wrong things. That is the habit for which this consequence is arising.

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Because 08.00 am getting up habit is feeding the brain with some pleasant experiences like the person got some more time to sleep, egoism that i am sleeping still 08.00 am for a social life. And your brain likes the Reward. Our brain has this magical power to copy your present experience for next time. And the habits are arising with certain type of place, person, time and emotion to get reward.

You can change Habits by finding the root of the habit and the reward. And replacing the habit loop with new habits which good for you. Because every cause is having a effect and we are active for effects .

 

Here is How:-        (READ THE BOOK The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”)

In short, habits are a three step loop first there is a trigger, then an automatic response, and finally a reward for that response. Some of these are healthy loops, like pulling your hand away from a hot surface. Trigger: hot. Response: pull hand away. Reward: not burnt. But what about too much television? Bad eating habits? Stress? Negativity? Sloth? Drinking too much? If we are able to recognize the loop for what it is, and then see what’s happening, we are able to consciously step

in between any trigger and our normal response to it thus creating a new reward…and a new habit. Do this repeatedly and you’ll change your life.

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1.HABIT LOOP

The habit loop can be broken down into three distinct processes: cue, routine and reward. Consider your evening routine. Let’s say you go home every day, turn on the news and sit down in your favorite lounger to enjoy a glass of wine. Would you be satisfied with water and a yoga class instead? Highly unlikely. Your habit loop subtly dictates that you follow the same pattern each day even if you planned on changing things up.

Cue: Returning Home. Routine: News & Wine. Reward: Relaxation

When a habit becomes a concrete, automatic process, the brain goes into autopilot—making decisions for you without your input. Unless you counteract the task deliberately each day—incorporate new routines—you’re powerless. Understanding how the habit loop functions will give you control over your own behavior.

By learning to observe the cues and rewards, we can change the routines.

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2.A Cue

THE ROOT OF EVERY HABIT

A cue is a prompt that stands at the root of every habit. Oftentimes, a cue is urged forward by a craving. You’re usually unaware that a craving is driving your behavior.

By figuring out how to spark a craving and rewarding it, creating a habit becomes easier

A example :-     (READ THE BOOK The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”)

Kartik  loved Sweets. Most of Indian does too. In fact, even if you don’t, you’ve probably found yourself craving a Sweets when you least expect it. That’s because SHOP executives want the smell of baking bread to waft down hallways and around corners uninterrupted, so that passersby will alter their lunch plans for a six-inch. In fact,shop uses scent packets in their ovens which are much more powerful than the average bread batch.

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3.The Golden Rule of Habit Change

CHANGE THE ROUTINE

 Any behavior can be transformed if the cue and reward stay the same. It’s the routine that must change.

It’s easy to spend a day or two implementing change. It’s more difficult, but much more lasting to incorporate that lifestyle change into an already formed habit loop.

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(READ THE BOOK The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”)

4.Belief

PERMANENT HABITS

 For a habit to become permanent, you must first believe change is possible.

Even if you adopt a better habit, it doesn’t repair the root of the damaging behavior. Eventually a bad day will happen and no new routine is going to make everything worth pushing through. What will make a difference believes that you can prevail.

Publicly declare your commitment to a behavioral change—whether that’s by announcing your goal on social media, speaking with a therapist, telling friends and family, or attending a supportive group

New goals, old habits

5.Keystone Habits (Negative)

CHAIN REACTIONS

Keystone habits matter more than most habits because they cause a chain reaction, changing many other habits in the process.

By pinpointing one of these Keystone Habits, you can start a process that, over time, will transform every other aspect of your life.

But first you must identify your keystone habits. Self-awareness, as usual, is the first step.

An example:-

One major keystone habit that may seem completely ordinary, but may have the potential to transform your life—Gather around the dinner table every night. Having family dinners can alter the trajectory of your children’s lives. A family meal emphasizes

togetherness, the chance to share stories and the opportunity to plan your collective future. Families who eat together raise children with better homework skills, higher grades, greater emotional control and more confidence.

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(READ THE BOOK The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”)

6.Keystone Habits (Positive)

POSITIVE CHAIN REACTIONS 

It can be difficult to find the critical habits that can impact other routines, but you have to do it! No excuses.

Once these critical habits are identified and changed, they have the potential to have wide-reaching effects!

While unbelievably difficult, running a marathon can be an incredibly positive keystone habit. Those that take up this journey often introduce other positive habits by simply as a chain reaction. They pick up exercising and drink more water. A person that exercises tends to eat healthier and wake-up earlier. They are more productive and more likely to save. You create a community and increase your self-esteem. The effects are profound.

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(READ THE BOOK The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”)

 

7.Small Wins

INCREMENTAL CHANGES:-

 Small wins fuel transformative changes by leveraging tiny advantages into patterns that convince people that bigger achievements are within reach.

Small wins are exactly how keystone habits create widespread change

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(READ THE BOOK The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”)

Willpower:-

 A LEARNABLE SKILL

Willpower is the single most important keystone habit. It’s also a learnable skill that can be taught, but keep in mind that willpower is just like a muscle. It can only be exerted a finite amount each day.

Because willpower is a keystone habit, strengthening that muscle in one aspect of your life will spill over into other areas.

 

There are so many steps and ways to reform your life with habits for happier  life  in the book .The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”

 

The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business”   summary:-

When you really decided to Develop your habits or your self then your subconscious mind will trigger according to your past deeds of karma but don’t do the same. think and consciously make your choice which is good for your life. 😇😇🙏💪

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