This section look more deeply into how much time it takes to form habits, how long habits stay in your brain once they are formed, and what you can do to kick bad habits with greater ease based on your neuropsychology and neurobiology.
Once you understand more about why old habits die hard, and how long it actually takes to develop a new habit, it can ease a lot of the frustration that comes with forming repetitive, life-enhancing actions that can alter every aspect of your existence from personal relationships to finances, to creative expression.
- Learn what it actually takes to override a bad habit and to create an automated, new behavior – a good habit
- Learn why your brain likes to create new habits
- Learn how to create motivational significance with your brain biology
- Understand the feedback loop for creating positive experience