by Brian Remer
For good or bad, habits control much of our behavior. Our brains are wired to use habits to increase efficiency. But sometimes, the price of efficiency is the inability to control our behavior. Fortunately, you can use the habit cycle to establish new, healthy routines. Discover more in the April issue of the Firefly News Flash with a review of Charles Duhigg’s book The Power of Habit.
Power Tip: Focus on intrinsic motivators like autonomy, belonging, competence, and destiny to change a habit.
Table of Contents of the April 2015 Firefly News Flash:
- 99-Word Story: Personal Issues – a difficult habit to change.
- Discovery: The Power of Habit – a review of the book by Charles Duhigg.
- Ideas: The Weakness of Habit – routine behaviors are not quite so mechanical.
- Activity: Make a Habit of Change – resources to flex your habit changing muscles.
Read more in the the April 2015 issue of Firefly News Flash .