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 The more often you perform an action or behave a certain way, the more it gets physically wired…
— Read on medium.com/swlh/to-break-bad-habits-you-really-have-to-change-your-brain-the-neuroscience-of-change-da735de9afdf

Change will happen, with you or without you.

Be ready by practice and taking action that pays good returns.

Keep your body and therefore your brain in good shape.

Live as much as you can in a good way, become aware of your habits.

When to stop doing harm, ask yourself to find a better way.

The need to exercise is core like good company, good food, other good habits.

Learn and practice being a better living being to improve some of the bad habits we all bundle through daily living.

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