Do You Know The Potential Power Of Habits

The Power of Habit is built on an energising argument: understanding how habits function is the key to exercising regularly, losing weight, becoming more productive, and attaining success. As Duhigg demonstrates, we can improve our businesses, communities, and lives by embracing this new science. There are...

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Developing The Habit Of Assertiveness

Self-respect and habit modification both require assertiveness. Assertiveness is defined as speaking out for your rights in a direct, honest, and appropriate manner while respecting the rights of others. It’s the perfect balance of assertiveness and non-aggression. As a result, developing the assertiveness habit might be...

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Breaking Bad Habits & Making Good Habits

What the science says about habits and more. Let us begin by defining habits. Habits are the minor decisions and activities you take daily. According to studies, habits account for over 40% of our daily behaviours. Today, your life is essentially the sum of your behaviours....

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Previously Positive Eating Habits—Now Negative

There are numerous guidelines that youngsters are taught to acquire “healthy eating habits.” These rules were devised by concerned grandparents who want their grandchildren to grow up to be big and strong. Everyone wants their children and grandchildren to grow up to be big and strong....

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Depression As A Negative Habit

Depression is a common and serious medical condition that harms how you feel, think, and act. It is, thankfully, also curable. Sadness and/or a loss of interest in previously appreciated activities are symptoms of depression. According to research, depression does not result from having too much...

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