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  • Hello And Welcome To Success Formulas

  • What you need to know if you want to stop being lazy

  • We bet you have often desired that you weren't so lazy.

  • Whether it is your work, your exercise regimen or dieting, sometimes we all wish that we were more productive.

  • One of the most popular books that deals with this topic is James Clear's “Atomic habits”.

  • Check out these atomic habits that can help you become less lazy.

  • No1: You need to design your environment Your environment influences your behavior.

  • You can enter any room and by the position of the furniture, you can easily conclude what the owners like to do.

  • If every piece of furniture points towards the TV, you can guess with certainty they like watching TV a lot.

  • If you want to stop being lazy and adopt new habits, your environment should make it easy for you.

  • You'll need to organize your living room, your kitchen, your office, even your computer or any digital space so that they enable you to do what you need without difficulties.

  • Changing our behavior and adopting new habits is already hard and challenging enough without your surroundings making it more difficult for you.

  • For example, if you want to adopt a good habit of reading, and want to break the bad habit of watching TV unnecessarily, place your books in a prominent place in the room and place your TV somewhere you're less likely to see it.

  • A wisely structured environment can encourage you to do the right thing without much effort.

  • No2: Make it easy with the “2-minute ruleAdopting a new habit is not as easy as we would like it to be.

  • But, there is one simple trick that can make it easier for you.

  • It is called the 2-minute rule.

  • It states, “When you start a new habit, it should take less than two minutes to do.”

  • If your habits are too demanding or too complicated, you are setting yourself up for failure.

  • For example, do you want to make exercising your new habit?

  • Use the 2-minute rule and just put your running shoes on.

  • It takes you even less than 2 minutes and it brings you a little closer to ending procrastination.

  • Anyone can put on running shoes.

  • People often think that it's pointless.

  • But a new habit should not be too much of a challenge or you simply won't adopt it.

  • You can't write a book if you can't even write a single sentence.

  • You can't get into shape if you never do any physical exercise.

  • Even if it's just one word or just a walk around the block, it's better than nothing.

  • The point of this rule, however silly it may sound, is to get you to stick with it and constantly show up.

  • Do the easy thing on a more consistent basis and then you will slowly master it.

  • No3: Master entry points of habits This tip relies on the previous one.

  • If you can master the first step of a habit, you can do all of the other steps.

  • For example, if you can put on your running shoes and step out the door, you can do the rest of it easily.

  • When you do that first step right, you are going in the right way and the momentum keeps you going.

  • What you do is defined by the first 30 seconds of your behavior.

  • You always have a choice.

  • Either you will turn on TV and binge watch some random TV show or you will take a book and read it as you promised yourself you would do.

  • It all comes down to that first step.

  • Either you take the remote or the book.

  • Your latter behavior is determined by that first step.

  • This is really encouraging if you think about it that way.

  • You have around 5-10 of these decision points each day that determine what you will be doing for the next period of time.

  • Master that entry point and you will never be lazy again.

  • No4: Join the right community When you want to adopt a new habit and stop being lazy, the wise thing to do is to join the community of people that view that habit as a normal behavior.

  • This works very well because our behavior is socially influenced.

  • For example, when you get in an elevator, you can face any side, but you turn around to face the front because that is how everyone else does it.

  • We often succumb to the opinions and expectations of other people.

  • You will need to join a group of people where that desired behavior is normal behavior.

  • That way the social influence will be on your side.

  • The behavior of other people and their expectations will motivate you to do what you planned.

  • It will give you a good reason to stick with your habit.

  • This will make you feel accepted and that is what we all want.

  • Being around people that find your desired behavior normal will help you stick to your habit for a long time.

  • No5: Use the variable rewarding principle Bad habits have immediate rewards, and that is mostly why it is so difficult to break them.

  • Eating a piece of cake makes us instantly feel good.

  • But, good habits usually have no immediate reward.

  • If you stick to your diet and don't eat that piece of cake, you will be hungry and annoyed.

  • You can use the variable rewards to randomly reward yourself when you stick to your new habit.

  • Put 90 red and 10 blue marbles in a jar.

  • When you refuse that piece of cake, close your eyes and take one marble.

  • If it is a red one, you don't get a reward.

  • You did what you should do.

  • But, if you take a blue one, give yourself some small reward.

  • Take a bath or watch a movie.

  • This is your immediate reward that is usually missing from practicing a good habit.

  • We hope that this video will motivate you to adopt some new good habits that will help you stop being lazy.

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如何停止懶惰--詹姆斯-克雷爾的《原子習慣》。 (How To Stop Being Lazy – Atomic Habits by James Clear)

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