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Change Bad Habits and Develop Good Habits

Updated on May 15, 2019
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What are your habits? How can you change them? How Habits Make and Distort Our Future?

The power of Habits

What are your habits? How can you change them?
How Habits Make and Distort Our Future?
We will talk about a book written by Chas DU itself and now "The power of Habits" is one of the best selling books.
You can not change your future but you can change your habits and change habits will change your future. It was to say by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam's.
So how can we find what we want by understanding about our habits and by changing them, Author Has told three steps for this.
The first one, Habits work on two things: routine and reward, that is, our routine and reward.
Second, you can change your habits by making a daily routine.
The third, willpower i.e. your willpower is the most powerful habit.
What are habits? The responsibility of doing whatever we do every day comes to our mind and we enjoy doing all those essential things. Some habits can be good, while some are bad that can be changed.

Whatever happens with you, it is due to your habits. Most people give 5 to 6 hours out of their 16 hours in things that are not of any use and in which time is wasted.

Arthur has discovered that all habits are rooted in the coming fun and addiction, or the satisfaction we get from that habit, which has been called rewards. It comes after our daily routine. That is, the work we start to enjoy or which is necessary for us, we start doing it daily.
The work of any habit that you do daily or often, only two times your brain remains active about that thing, before and after the work begins. And while doing the work you enjoy it. Therefore, before or after the start, we regret the work that why we did it? And you enjoy working while doing it. But then again the next day we start doing the same thing again and then it becomes very strong and becomes our habit. It is very difficult to avoid. For example, you wake up in the morning and drink a full cup of tea which is not good. But if you enjoy it then you do this work one day for two days and then it becomes your habit and starts making it daily so that it also becomes involved in your daily routine. You begin to enjoy tea taste And then every day you remember that. And after that, you may drink two to three cups of tea a day. In this way, we come into the grip of a habit, which is very difficult to get out but it can be overcome.

Create a list of all the bad habits that grip you, and then, and whenever you go to some bad habit think about all the losses that happen from that habit once before. Think of it, what its impact might have on your future. Apart from this, if you are putting that habit daily, try sluggishly and start doing it in three to four days. Because any habit cannot be baked immediately, the habit can be reduced gradually and then by increasing these three to four days to six to seven days, that is we can get rid of the bad habit.

The power of Habits

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