字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 If you’re looking to make a lasting change in your life, you need to focus on changing your habits first. Here are James Clear’s four laws of habit change from his critically acclaimed book Atomic Habits. There are four parts to building a habit: the cue, the craving, the response, and the reward. Every behavior starts with a cue. This cue then triggers a craving, which motivates a response. That response then provides a reward, which satisfies the craving, and ultimately becomes associated with the cue. To make lasting changes to your behavior, you have to make changes at all four levels. This brings me to Clear’s four laws of habit change. If you are trying to build a good habit, you need to: make it obvious, make it attractive, make it easy, and make it satisfying. If you are trying to break a bad habit, then you need to do the inverse of these laws: make it invisible, make it unattractive, make it difficult, and make it unsatisfying. If you want to learn more, check out the full-length video here. Also, let me know what habits you’re trying to change in the comment section down below.