We usually don’t think, then act, but feel, then act. As a result, the simple reason we often don’t act at all is that we “don’t feel like it.”
With the 5 Second Rule, what you’re doing then is called psychological intervention on a very small scale: You’re changing your behaviour to impact how you feel, rather than hoping for the process to happen in reverse.
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If you have an impulse to act on a goal, you must physically move within 5 seconds or your brain will kill the idea.
To change a bad habit you must replace it with a different habit. Every habit has three parts: cue, routine, and reward.
When you silently countdown from five (cue), take a small positive action (routine), and get a pleasurable feeling of control (rew...
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