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Mohammed Forget about big changes, start with small ones. Every habit will trigger a domino effect and you will be amazed.
Varun N R change your habits with small and effective ones they will have an amazing chain reaciton.
Rose T. Instead of trying to eradicate a habit, change what you do (routine), but keep the end feeling (reward).
Mark Hebwood Identify the key constraint in your personal environment that drives a behavioural pattern, and you know what you need to manipulate if you wish to change the pattern (the "habit"). Example - I could never bring myself to go to the gym but I recently moved house and there's a gym 2 minutes from my new home. Now I am going 3x a week or so. Well - perhaps this idea is not so different from the cue/reward analysis.
Amanda Alexandre Break one of your big goals in life into small daily habits: it could be read more, exercise more, networking, etc. When you are at least 80% done, you can start focusing in one of your other goals. Always one goal at a time.
Charlie Find a group or even a single person whom which you can talk with, start with small changes through identifying they key factors of your habit and work from there. When you have a social implication to do something then you are more likely to do it.