Habits - Deepstash


From the moment we wake up, we start a routine, a habit. Turning off the alarm, stretching, getting up, washing our faces whatever. Taking action through a certain trigger is called a habit.

Habits allow the brain to save energy and perform common tasks efficiently and in a certain way automatically. Scientists say that 40% of all your actions in a day are already habits. So what does it take for you to take a look?


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People who want to hire workers look at ways of improving efficiency, and what one individual will bring to the table. As so, learning to be efficient is very important.

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A habit - a mini-system that once you create, becomes automatic to your body, with minimal interference from the brain.

The Habit Loop is a breakdown of a habit put it into three sections:

  • Cue: A certain trigger that awakens the habit
  • Routine: The action you perform witho...

Habits emerge...

...because the brain is constantly looking for ways to save effort. 

It will try to make almost any routine into a habit, because habits allow our minds to ramp down more often. This effort-saving instinct is a huge advantage. 

Habit stacking

Habit stacking

Habit stacking means adding new habits onto existing ones - to the things you already automatically do every day.

After waking up in the morning, you might put on a cup of coffee. When you visit the bathroom, you wash your hands. And before you go to bed, you brush you...

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