The neuroscience of change: How to train your brain to create better habits.
“The chains of habit are too weak to be felt until they are too strong to be broken.” — Samuel Johnson
““When you first try to adopt a new behavior, you have to enlist your prefrontal cortex, the thinking brain, and insert conscious effort, intention, and thought into the process. When you’ve performed the new routine enough times for connections to be made and strengthened in your brain, the behavior will require less effort as it becomes the default pattern,”
To change an old habit, you have find out how to replace the routine but still look forward to the same reward.”
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