Night Reading 18 December 2018

Book: The Power of Habbit

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'Lisa' is a chronic smoker that can stop because she set a goals that require her to stop from her smoking behavior, albeit in the end it doesn't need her to stop. the effect already last.

Lisa change is becasue of her perception . Because she change one habbit it chained to her other bad or destructing habbit as well.

she can replace her destructive habbit with a constructive one.

the change is because of lisa change one habbit at first. not because the vacation or the events that triggered it.

by reprogram one habbit her mind know how to reprogram other habbit as well

Lisa has a problem of overeat, when she looks at food and scientis scan her brain. the pattern that make her crave for foods are still exists. the brain still tell her to overeat

however there is another part of her brain. the area that trigger behaviroal inhibition and self-discipline are actvie

“All our life, so far as it has definite form, is but a mass of habits,” William James wrote in 1892”
Excerpt From: Charles Duhigg. “The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business.” iBooks.

40 percent of what we do everyday is a habbit