My Habits

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Habits, and how to control it

A habit (or wont) is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously.

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Each habit mattered for a time, but then I’d find it would become less valuable or that I’d need to adopt yet another new habit. What really matters, then, is not just a one-time push to get the right habits. What matters is learning the skills of habit-building and habit-breaking so that you can always adopt the right set of habits for that moment in time.

If you’ve tried to establish daily routines and failed, don’t feel bad. Your struggle is a common one—and something you can overcome it if you understand the psychology behind daily routines.

Willpower is an important aspect of developing any habit, including daily routines. Unfortunately, in spite of our best intentions, we often hit a bump, slip up and fail to do what we set out to do, or wind up doing something we swore we wouldn’t. This happens to everyone. What matters is how you respond to this failure.


  • Fine Yourself for Each Offense.
  • Understand What Triggers Your Bad Habits.
  • Go Slow and Make Tiny Changes.
  • Spend a Month Thinking About Your Habit Before Taking Action.
  • Remind Your Future Self About Avoiding Bad Habits.
  • Change Your Environment.
  • Coach Yourself Out of Bad Habits.
  • Do a Review When You Have a Bad Habit Relapse.
  • Train Yourself to Think Differently About Your Bad Habits

It is very necessary to have it in mind to always have a change of habit, try always to stick to the positive changes you plan out for yourself. Positive change is power.

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