We have all tried to break our bad habit, but it just seems impossible. We rely on willpower. But it is just not enough. We just fall back on our habits.
Here is a better way to kick the habit.
Habits are neurological shortcuts that we use to save mental effort and get through life more efficiently. But the dependence on automatic routines—MIT researchers say more than 40% of our daily actions are habits—has a downside. Our brains go on autopilot, and we reach for a cigarette, bite our nails or turn on the TV without thinking.
Habits like these may seem complicated, but they all can be broken down into three components…
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