Foreword by Herbert WilsonWhy is it hard to Change a Habit?
The thoughtful intentional mind – the conscious mind, is easily taken off the track and people can quickly fall back on automated behavior or habit. A researcher from the Duke University published, in 2006, a study showing that more than 40 percent of the actions we perform each day are performed out of habit. This is quite alarming. While we are in the middle of performing actions out of habit, we’re actually thinking less and this simply means that our neurological activity is literally decreasing as habits unfold. This is reflected in our behavior which becomes automatic and almost unconscious.
- ISBN: 978-1976719011
- Paperback: 126 pages
- Digital eBook: 128 pages
- Published: First Ed. Dec 21, 2017
- Available in: English
- Edition: First Edition
- Publisher:Independently published (December 24, 2017)
The AuthorIf you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way. -Napolean Hill-;
Are Your Bad Habits The Root Of All Evil? Here’s How You Can Free Yourself From Bad Habits Forever!
Aaah… habits. Those wonderful little quirks that make your everyday life a little bit more boring and interesting at the same time. All of us have habits. Bad habits, good habits, healthy habits, self-destructive habits, the whole spectrum. But did you know that your bad habits may be holding your career and personal life back?
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This Is The Ultimate Guide To Good, Bad & Productive Habits!
Author Herbert Wilson, has studied the subject of habits for years. In fact, some might say that this is his habit. But over the course of many years, he has noticed a certain pattern that allows people who get rid of bad habits to immediately see a positive change in their lives. This cannot be a coincidence. That’s why he has decided to share this pattern and offer you his expert advice on how to harness the power of habits and maximize your chances of success!
By reading this life-changing book, you’ll learn how to…
…identify your objectives.
…set and achieve realistic goals.
…avoid common mistakes that lead to misery instead of success.
…recognize and eliminate bad habits that are holding your back.
…create good habits that boost your chances of success.
…find the best habits for YOU!
Remember, the ancient Greek philosopher Aristoteles used to say that “We are what we repeatedly do”, so what are YOU?