How To Create a Habit (with Neuroscience) [Podcast Video]

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How To Create a Habit (with Neuroscience) [Podcast Video]

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In this powerful episode you’ll learn the neuroscientific 3-step approach to establish bulletproof habits that last over the long-term.

SUMMARY

How To Create a Habit (with Neuroscience) Habits are a super powerful tool because they enable us to do the right things on autopilot, without using our precious willpower or energy, which are pretty scarce resources. And establishing the right habits is probably the most fundamental skill in mastering strategic recovery. But how can we establish those bulletproof habits? With the power of neuroscience, our brain. And I want to tell you a three-step approach about this: 1. We need a trigger The trigger reminds our brain to go into automatic mode, and which habit to apply. 2. The routine. It could be an activity, a thought, an emotion, whatever it is that follows after the trigger. 3. A reward. For example, a dopamine burst. This reward helps our brain to figure out if this routine that we just performed is worth remembering, and the easiest way to establish this three-step loop is what we call if-then rules. So if is always the trigger, and then is the routine. If I pass a door frame, then I get into a upright posture. If I sit on the table, then I put my phone away, or if the airplane starts to descend, then I do a quick meditation. Whatever it is, every time you establish this if-then logic, your neural connection between the trigger and the routine in your brain gets stronger and stronger. Over time, you create a habit that runs on autopilot without draining your precious energy and your willpower. Your thoughts on this? Please let me know in the comments…

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