Your brain is a super automator. Decisions you often make, become automatic. Let’s call them habits.
Some times when you believe you are still in power of making a decision, your brain is already in auto-mode though. Sneaky, eh? A trigger got you to perform a habit. You don’t have to think about it – that’s what makes it a habit, right? Buckling your seatbelt when you get in the car, etc. So I guess we can all agree on:
We are what we repeatedly to and therefore creatures of habit!
Experimenting with my own habits with rehabit.me has been fun so far. Great lessons learned with the first users and now we are tweaking it to produce higher habit changing success rates with our findings. If you have some habits you want to trade in too, feel free to sign on to our early invite list at rehabit.me!
- rehabit.me helps you get back in control of your habits! (michael.schwanzer.info)
- You convinced yourself in advance: willpower and predetermined conculsions (liturgical.wordpress.com)
- Faced with Distraction, We Need Willpower (blogs.hbr.org)
- Why You Need to Make Your Life More Automatic (blogs.hbr.org)
- Take the Opportunity: Start a Good Habit (stuartotwaysmith.com)