Break your bad habits.

Analyzing our bad habits and taking careful steps to break them can improve the quality of our lives and the lives of the people that we care about.


  1. Ask yourself what you wish to achieve.
    If you wish to become healthier, for example, then you should quit smoking.

  2. Think about what is stopping you from achieving what you want.
    This will give you greater insight into the obstacles on your way to success.

  3. Take ownership of your bad habit.
    By doing so, you’ll be able to associate it with pain rather than pleasure.

  4. Recondition your nervous system.
    When you think of your bad habit, try to link it to negative sensations.

  5. Think about the negative effects of your bad habits.
    This line of thought will help you break your bad habits faster.


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