The Healthy Habit Revolution: The Step by Step Blueprint to Create Better Habits in 5 Minutes a Day (FREE!)
The problem isn’t that you’re weak-willed. The real problem is you’re taking the wrong approach.
You’re not utilizing the proven scientific methods of behavior change to transform your habits in the shortest amount of time possible and get a truly lasting change.
“The Healthy Habit Revolution” takes cutting-edge research from behavioral, cognitive, and human needs psychology and condenses it into a simple 21 day step-by-step blueprint for creating better habits that stick.
In only have five minutes a day, you can almost effortlessly change your life.
Discover Why You Can Upgrade Your Habits Even If You’re Completely Unmotivated
11 years ago, I was eating fast food every single night and I never exercised. Then seemingly overnight, I gave up the junk, started eating a healthy diet, and got in the best shape of my life. Most importantly, these habits have easily stuck for the past 11 years.
What I learned was how to “flip a switch” in my brain so I could go from dreading to desiring healthier habits without a lot of willpower or self motivation.
I’ve applied these tactics to develop a daily meditation habit, a morning routine, and skyrocket my productivity as a writer – things I used to constantly struggle with.
I wrote this book because I want others to benefit from the methods that helped me so much.
What to Expect from Your 21 Day Healthy Habit Challenge
You’ll be given step-by-step program that will show you…
• Day 1: The #1 thing that will sabotage any chance of lasting success if you don’t address it first.
• Day 3: How 6 human needs drive all of your habits, and why they’re the keys to reprogramming your behavior.
• Day 7: How the wrong type of reward actually prevents you from developing permanent habits.
• Day 9: Why changing a single word in one’s vocabulary took success in making a healthier choice from 39% to 64% in a research study, and how to get even better results using this principle.
• Day 11: How the force stronger than willpower determines how far you can take your healthy habits.
• Day 16: 3 magic words to effortlessly overcome overwhelm and annihilate procrastination.
• The Ultimate Secret Lesson Most Habit Books Never Talk About… Why even the best habits can be incredibly destructive if you don’t have one thing to keep them in check.
Are You Ready To Join The Challenge?
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Note: Although you’ll learn a bit about getting rid of bad habits, that’s not the purpose of this book. This is for developing good habits that last a lifetime like reading, meditating, eating better, exercising, increasing productivity, and whatever other personal development will change your life.
Mary Wollstonecraft was fifteen when, in 1813, she met the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley.
A disciple of Mary’s famous father, the philosopher William Godwin (her mother was the great feminist Mary Wollstonecraft), Shelley himself was only twenty, though he was married and soon to be a father.
Mary and Shelley fell in love the next summer; and several months later they ran away together.
Thus began one of the most tragic, poignant, and, in all respects, brilliant relationships between a woman and a man that has ever been recorded.
Shelley went on writing the poetry that was to make him one of the immortals.
And Mary, as the result of a contest to see who could produce the best tale of the supernatural, wrote the classic Frankenstein.
She was nineteen when she completed Frankenstein, which was at first published anonymously because of the prejudice at the time against female writers.
Though they married in 1816, following the suicide of Shelley’s wife, Mary and Shelley were for all their time together considered scandalous for their behaviour; in fact, they were both quite prudish and disapproved, for example, of the celebrated sexual exploits of their friend Lord Byron.
Their lives were dogged by tragedy: suicide in both families, the early deaths of their first two children, and, finally, the death by drowning of Percy Bysshe Shelley at the age of twenty-nine.
Mary Shelley was one of the most remarkable and celebrated women of her time, and for all her happiness with her husband, life was not kind to her.
But she never went under, and her story is touching, real, inspiring.
Noel Bertram Gerson (1913-1988) was a prolific American author, who wrote 325 books under his own name and under several pseudonyms. He channelled his own wartime experience in military intelligence into many of his novels, as well as writing widely about American history. His titles include Liner, The Conqueror’s Wife, The Great Rogue: A Biography of Captain John Smith and I’ll Storm Hell: A Novel of Mad Anthony Wayne.
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