Habit Stacking: How To Change Any Habit In 30 Days by The Blokehead

Habit Stacking: How To Change Any Habit In 30 Days

byThe Blokehead

Kobo ebook | November 11, 2014

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Habit stacking, by definition, is the building of a new life habit by "stacking" the new habit atop a habit which already exists. You see, habits which we currently practice on a regular basis have a strong root system within us. By beginning to build a new habit on a powerful existing foundation, in this case another habit, you are beginning the job with the hard part already completed for you. There is no reason to start building the new habit from the ground up.

The premise of habit stacking is quite simple. Here are a couple of examples that will clear it up for you:

1. If you want to develop a habitual attitude of thankfulness, implement an exercise in which you will make a statement of thanks during a time you already engage in a regular, or habitual behavior. For instance, verbalize thanks for something each time you sit down to a meal.

2. If you want to develop the habit of taking your lunch to work rather than eating out every day, begin putting your cell phone near your ready-made lunch the night before. If nothing else, place your cell phone in your lunch bag or bucket before you pack it in the morning.

In essence, habit stacking is making the habit change you want to make a part of your regular routine by making it a part of something you already do habitually. By using the existing habit you want to keep as a firm base, you can begin to build the new habit easily.

Title:Habit Stacking: How To Change Any Habit In 30 DaysFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 11, 2014Publisher:Yap Kee ChongLanguage:English

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