Do you have a bad habit you'd like to break? Or maybe a collection of them?
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Discover: How to Break Any Bad Habit And Replace It With A Good One.
Do you watch too much TV, eat too much fast food, bite your nails, or eat too much sugar?
Do you have uncomfortable cravings you'd rather live without?
Do you wish you could use the energy you spend on bad habits for something better (like eating healthy, reading & learning, writing, art, personal development etc)?
You don't have to be controlled by your bad habits anymore.
Here are just a few examples of bad habits you can break with this guide:
Too much fast food
Wasting time on the Internet
Picking your nose
Watching reality television
Too much time on Facebook
Playing too many video games
Eating too much sugar
Cracking your knuckles
Biting your pen
Using your cell phone too much
Watching too much TV
Eating too many donuts or cookies
Licking your lips
Fiddling and nervous twitches
Leaving the toilet seat up
Too much coffee
Licking the spoon when baking
Bad habits can give you short-term comfort, but ultimately, they make you unhappy. So why are they so hard to break?
Why do you set 'resolutions' to break bad habits, and you're successful for a day or two, but then it becomes harder and harder to resist temptation.
Then you miss one day, and you say, 'what the hell', and give in to your bad habit all over again.
It's an all-too common pattern. And it used to happen to me all the time.
But it doesn't matter if you've failed to break a habit in the past. All that means is you didn't have the right tools to break your bad habit.
You didn't have a system to make sure that you follow through and replace your bad habit with something new.
The truth is that all bad habits satisfy some 'hidden' need.
When you identify what need your bad habit fills, you can replace it with a positive, beneficial habit.
Here's what you'll discover End Bad Habits:
The 6 steps necessary to break any bad habit. You'll get a proven system that you can rinse and reuse for each bad habit you want to break. I provide a CASE STUDY, too: You get a REAL-LIFE EXAMPLE of how I used each step to break my own bad habit.
Why bad habits form in the first place (and how you can use that information to set yourself free from cravings, starting today)
The reasons why bad habits are so hard to break, why you can't stop a bad habit by trying to avoid it (Ie. Why 'Just Stop It!' doesn't work) and the tools you'll need to beat them.
How to create a strong Reason Why (why habits are closely linked with 'Identity' and can change in a flash - eg. when a woman who smoked for 20 years gets pregnant and finds it easy to stop - and how you can use the principle of 'Identity' to your advantage)
How to identify the Cues and Triggers of your habit
How to prevent habit Cues in the first place - cut off the head of the snake with this technique.
Download the best Habit-Tracking Apps and how to create Accountability to make it easier to resist cravings.
A long-term plan to resist habits (alcoholics continue to call themselves alcoholics even after 20 years sober for a good reason, and you'll learn why)
Bonus Download: "The 21 Essential Habit Hacks"
...and much more, inside.
See for yourself how simple breaking a habit can be when you follow a simple, proven system.
Break free of your bad habits starting right now.
Grab your copy now, while it's still offered here!