How to Change a Habit
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” -Aristotle
Do you struggle with procrastination?
Does it take you a lot of effort to wake up without hitting the snooze button on your alarm clock?
Have you ever had difficulty fitting exercise into your schedule?
Do you have any bad habits that you desperately want to break, but keep coming back, no matter how hard you try?
Most people struggle with bad habits they feel are outside of their control. When they wake up in the morning, they hit the snooze button repeatedly until they finally limp out of bed. They drink too much coffee and smoke to get through the day. When they work, they procrastinate until the last minute and then frantically try to finish before the deadline. When they try to put effort into a new behavior, they can keep it going for a week or two, but eventually it falls off.
These people convince themselves that they don’t have enough time or discipline to make good habits. That people with good habits simply have advantages they don’t: money, flexible hours, coaches or mentors. For busy people who don’t have access to these things, building good habits just isn’t possible.
Maybe you’ve felt that way about yourself.
I understand this feeling, because I used to feel the same way. Building good habits was incredibly difficult, and breaking bad habits was nearly impossible.
Then I was introduced to the science of behavior change. Powerful and robust tools for changing habits such as classical and instrumental conditioning, triggered rituals, replacement theory and many more. I spent thousands of hours researching both the science and practice of changing habits and making sure to rigorously test every theory myself, on hundreds of different habits.
Now I want you to imagine a different picture.
Imagine you wake up, full of energy, immediately after your alarm rings. You start working right away, without procrastinating, and finish the work that used to take you all day–by noon. You go to the gym and start eating healthy, not by forcing yourself, but because it’s the most comfortable way for you to live your life now.
You finally have the energy to pursue the things you’ve always wanted to. You can accomplish important projects in your spare time: learning that language you always wanted to speak, starting a business from scratch that can double your income, spending time with your friends and family without being stressed over obligations at work.
If you currently struggle with bad habits, this might sound like a fantasy. But I can assure you it’s not. Using the techniques I’ll teach you, I was able to do every single thing I just described.
The Power of Changing Habits
Changing habits can often seem daunting. After all, you’ve struggled with trying to implement new habits before. Maybe you just don’t have the self-discipline, time or energy to do it?
I want to challenge this assumption. I believe the problem isn’t willpower or time–its knowledge.
You see, most people simply aren’t aware of the incredible collection of behavioral change methods that have been developed over the last hundred years of psychological research. Even if they have heard of Pavlov’s dogs or Skinner’s rats, they might not have been aware of the immense effort in applying these techniques to change real human behaviors, both by professionals and enthusiastic amateurs who experiment with the methods on themselves.
These methods are powerful because they allow you to create behavior changes with less effort and time invested.
Even if you’re busy and have failed to make habits stick before, if you use the techniques I’ll teach you, you can make habits last years with the same amount of effort you had making habits stick for just weeks.
What are These Methods?
Every method I’ll teach you has been experimented with painstakingly, with dozens, if not hundreds, of different habits. Not only have I personally tested every method in this guide, I’ve also collected data from many other habit changers, so I know that these habit changing methods will work for everyone, not just myself.
Here are a few of the things you’ll learn:
- Simple steps that can drastically alter the chance a habit will stick
- Why focusing on building a habit for a shorter time can actually make it last longer
- How to break bad habits, and the one step most people miss which keeps them from quitting them
- What to expect in the habit-changing process, so you don’t have unexpected setbacks
- Habits of high achievers, that you can model, to get similar results
- How to deal with failures of motivation and willpower and still build great habits
What if it Doesn’t Work for Me?
Don’t worry. I’ll offer you an unconditional, 60-day money back guarantee. If you’re not well on your way to creating new habits that will change your life, I’ll give you all your money back. These methods have been painstakingly tested by myself and others, and are based off of well-researched principles of psychology, so I’m confident they will work for you too.
Why Can’t I Just Read Free Stuff About This?
You can definitely read free articles, but they will rarely give you a comprehensive strategy for changing your behavior. The real power of these methods is that you’ll know exactly how and why the methods work, so you’ll know when to use them properly. This guide combines what took me years to research all in one place.
Your time and effort have a price too. I’ve priced this guide to be affordable for everyone, so unless you value your time so poorly that you’re willing to waste dozens, perhaps hundreds, of hours repeating my own research, I believe it is an excellent investment.
Remember, if you get the guide, and don’t feel it was worth every penny, I’ll give you a complete refund with the first sixty days.
Get the Full Guide Today
This guide is an investment in yourself. Not just your habits today, but for your entire life. Get the guide today and finally start changing your habits.
How to Change a Habit – Multimedia Guide
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