These are just two examples of good and bad habits. You have thousands of habits (good and bad) that you have ingrained in yourself over the years. Understanding how these habits developed will allow you to see your own successes and failures more clearly and being familiar with the psychology behind habits will give you an objective perspective and allow you to fix problems without as much emotional baggage.

The Psychology Behind Your Habits

It all starts with understanding the psychology behind your habits: how they form, what motivates you to perform them and how they become a permanent part of your life. The first thing that you need to understand is that all habits from brushing your teeth to recognizing and taking advantage of multi-million dollar business opportunities are formed exactly the same way. The neurological process in forming habits is identical, and it doesn’t matter if it is a tiny habit, a major habit, a bad habit or a good one.

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