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Atomic Habits: That will change your life

Habits? Have you also been procrastinating (भोलि बाद) things? It is really difficult to change our habits? we as a human, We all want to have a good habit, isn’t it? This article enables you to automatically program your mind and body to function to do things. Let’s find out how.

“Habit लाग्यो, कसरी change गर्नु” ” भोलि देखि पक्का workout गर्छु” ” I will start researching about new things from tomorrow”

– You

What is Atomic Habit?

An atomic habit is a small routine or behavior that you repeat over and over again. An atomic habit can be as simple as reading a certain number of pages in a book every day or as complex as controlling your emotions during stressful situations.

2 things that you should keep in mind

  • The first thing you need to know about building an atomic habit is that it’s a lot harder than it sounds. It takes time, energy, and discipline to create the new habits that will help you build the life you want. But once you have the right strategies and tools in place, building an atomic habit can be surprisingly easy.
  • The second thing you need to know is that building an atomic habit isn’t something that happens overnight.

The goal of this article is to share with you four laws of atomic habits that will change your life. It is one of the most important parts of understanding how to build a habit. The first law is that we cannot build a habit in one day. It requires time and requires us to have a certain mindset.

Upward habits are contagious. They’re also the easiest to start and the most impactful. They don’t require a lot of time or money. They just require a commitment to a habit for 21 days. You can imply with four basic laws.

Law 1: A habit starts with a cue

Habit-building secrets to building habits that last are something everyone wants. But for most people, it’s an elusive goal. It seems like if you build the right habit platform, you’ll be fine. But without a strong foundation, your habit-building efforts will always be fleeting and incomplete.

When you’re in the grocery store aisle, do you ever find yourself grabbing things and putting them back on the shelf without even thinking about it? That’s a habit. The same thing happens when you drive somewhere. You don’t think about where you’re going, you just do it.

A habit is a behavior that is repeated frequently and automatically, without thinking or planning. The stronger the habit, the stronger the association, and the harder it is to break. A habit starts with a cue, a trigger that sets off the habit. The first time you notice your friend smoking, you weren’t smoking.

A habit is a pattern of behavior that is ingrained and repeated over time. The most basic habit is a cue that causes us to behave, such as going to the bathroom when we are supposed to. Over time, a cue becomes a habit, and the behavior occurs without conscious thought. This happens when a habit is performed so often that we don’t even consider it as a conscious decision.

Having said that, we can see our example in our home. See and observe our mom. She wakes up early every day, doesn’t feel lazy, and finishes her chores as her schedule. She has programmed herself with that habit.

In order to be like her, we need some serious transformation in life. Let’s jot down in a few simple steps.

  • Step 1: Try tracking yourself, if you don’t know the triggers analyze yourself first. Read all your behaviors, no one knows better than you. Anytime, if you realize you are doing something automatically, then that’s your cue.
  • Step 2: After you know your cue, how you felt that that moment is a reward. this will help you to get in touch with the cravings

Law 2: The cue must connect to a routine

Cue tells your brain what action should you take next. but until and unless that cue triggers a routine, it’s not going to get you anywhere. For instance, you know you have to wake up early in the morning, and you have to make the habit of going to the bed early than usual time. The Correlation between sleeping and waking up is the relationship between the cue and the action you take.

Law 3: The routine must be something you do regularly to form habits

Anything you do, you do it regularly. You will see the small changes inside you when you exercise daily right? like you will start to feel fresh and energetic. Our Dad was right when they told us to wake up early in the morning and our day will be amazing. Thank you, dad.

Consistency is the key here, in order to form a habit, you do the action daily repeatedly. when you repeat an action long enough, it becomes a habit and moves from deliberate intention to automate behavior. These habit formed inside us helps us in long run. Trust me. I give you my example: My dad use to ask me to read the newspaper daily and narrate him each and every news. That helped me with my vocabulary and spelling so far.

Law 4: Create an incentive that drives the habits

The logic is really simple, you create small goals and you will see results. Likewise, you would not get a building without building it day by day. You create your own goal and you reward yourself. It can be your abs, it can be your zero-sized figure.

Once you’ve created a system that incentivizes good behavior, it will become automatic and therefore easier to do than not doing it.

The conclusion of this atomic habit is the definition of habit, the ability to do something without being consciously aware of it. This happens when a brain is so used to a certain stimulus that it doesn’t register as unusual when it happens again and again.

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By: Anil Yogi, Software Engineer | Edited by: Salina Shree