In "A Brief Introduction To Habits: How To Create Good Habits and Break Bad Habits", you are invited to embark on a transformational journey, one that delves deep into the world of habits and their fascinating influence on our lives.Our daily routines are woven by habits, acting as invisible puppeteers that control nearly half of our actions. Imagine then, the power that lies in mastering these habits, in bending them to work for us rather than against us. That's exactly what this book aims to achieve.
- Uncover the science of habits with insights from psychology, behavioral science, and neuroscience.
- Understand how habits are formed, maintained, and most importantly, altered.
- Explore the critical role of willpower and stress in habit formation.
- Learn about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and how it can help in breaking bad habits.
Discover how to be more mindful of your habits, opening a window to self-awareness and self-improvement.
Breaking a bad habit is rarely about eliminating it entirely, but rather, it's about replacing it with a healthier, more beneficial habit. I introduce the concept of 'bridge habits' as a unique strategy to facilitate this change.