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Main eBook: “How to Build a New Habit”

(4,044 words, 18 pages, 8 images)

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A look inside the Forming New Habits PLR eBook:

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Table of Contents for the Forming New Habits PLR Ebook:

Introduction………………………………………………………………………………….. 3

Meet the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – The Pros and Cons of Habit Formation…………………………………………………………………………………….. 5

Habit Forming Pros………………………………………………………………………. 5

Habit Forming Cons……………………………………………………………………… 6

How to Set up New Habits You Can Stick To……………………………………… 8

1 – Take it slow in the beginning……………………………………………………… 9

2 – Begin stacking your habits………………………………………………………… 9

3 – Track your habit-changing efforts……………………………………………….. 9

4 – Get other people involved………………………………………………………… 9

5 – Develop a big enough reason for your new habit to succeed……………. 9

6 –  Use the “but” trick to foster better behavior………………………………. 10

Understanding the Role of Triggers in Habit Building and Breaking….. 11

The 3 R’s of Changing Habits, and the Power of Reward………………….. 12

1 – Someone knocks on your door or your doorbell rings (Reminder)…… 12

2 – You answer your door (Routine)………………………………………………. 12

3 – You get to see who wants to greet you (Reward)…………………………. 12

Why We Fail at Creating New Habits……………………………………………… 15

How to Break Bad Habits……………………………………………………………… 16

1 – Become consciously aware of your negative behavior…………………… 16

2 – Log your behavior, and all of the feelings and emotions surrounding it…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 17

3 – Supply a replacement behavior………………………………………………… 17

The Takeaway……………………………………………………………………………… 18

 

Sample Content for the Forming New Habits Premium PLR Ebook:

Millions of people around the world make New Year’s resolutions. Come January 1, people vow to lose weight, get in shape, stop smoking and make other significant improvements in their lives. They are fed up with the negative effects of the bad habits they have developed. They are bound and determined to create new habits that deliver some very specific set of rewards or benefits.

The most dedicated New Year’s resolution makers don’t meet with that much success. Forbes magazine conducted a poll of thousands of its readers. That poll shows that only 8% to 10% of people stick to their proposed new habits or behaviors for any significant period of time. About 63% of UK, US and Canadian adults who resolve to develop a new habit fail to stick to their new pattern of behavior for even a month.

After 3 months, 80% have gone back to their old way of doing things.

Gym and health club memberships spike in January, and by March the gyms are nearly empty, even though long, expensive contracts are sometimes signed. Weight loss is a billion-dollar industry. Pills, patches and medicines to help people stop smoking sell incredibly well year after year, often times to the same individuals who desperately want to quit smoking but just can’t seem to make it stick.

The business of habit-changing is making a lot of people very wealthy, and leaving others frustrated, upset and mad at themselves.

Good habits are easy to begin. Every day millions of people around the world resolve to make their life better in some way. These are not lazy people. They work very hard to obtain the desire or result they’re looking for. Yet new habits continue to be incredibly hard to turn into lasting, ongoing patterns of behavior.

Why is that?

Why is it that, even when you know something is good for you and beneficial, it is often difficult to do on a regular, long-term basis?

The problem with making habits stick has to do with a flawed approach to the process. No matter how badly you want something, if you don’t “speak” to your mind and body in the proper way, establishing new habits or goals meets with little long-term success.

However, there is good news.

Scientists and behavioral researchers have studied habit breaking and habit making for decades. In the 21st century new techniques for changing habits has met with considerable success. The idea is that if the old process wasn’t working, something new had to be tried. In many cases, and for many people who have tried and failed to change bad habits into good ones, these new processes have worked wonders.

In this report on how to make habits stick, we will show you several ways to change behaviors that you may not have tried before. We will also discuss the ups and downs of the habit making and breaking process, as well as the powerful role that triggers have in defeating the most determined of efforts. You will learn the role of rewards, how to break bad habits so that you have a fresh slate for developing new ones, and why habit formation is so difficult.

Let’s get started helping you establish new, positive behaviors and actions by looking at the pluses and minuses you are going to encounter.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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(465 words, 4 pages)

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Forming New Habits PLR Editable Ecovers:

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: 10 Top Habits for a Healthy/Happy/Successful Life

Email 1 – 10 Simple but Powerful LifeChanging Habits
Email 2 – How Routines and Exercise Create a Happier Healthier You
Email 3 – Accept Failure and Prioritize You Time for Major Life Benefits
Email 4 – Can You Really Journal and Walk Your Way to Mental and Physical Health and WellBeing
Email 5 – Change Your Social and Personal Environments for More Productivity

Forming New Habits PLR Emails Total Word Count: 1724 Words

 

Forming New Habits Email Content Sample:

10 Simple but Powerful Life-Changing Habits

Hi,

Over the course of this and the following 4 emails, you will discover 10 habits that can help you live a healthy, happy and successful life. Develop just a couple of these proven lifestyle boosters and you will see some positive change take place. Make all 10 of these habits a way of life, and you benefit from major change that can positively impact all areas of your life.

Life Improvement Habit #1 – Quit The Caffeine

Caffeine give you an instant boost. When you add refined sugar, you feel like you can conquer the world. Unfortunately, with or without sugar, caffeine in any form causes an unhealthy energy boost/energy crash effect. Too much caffeine can elevate your heart rate to dangerous levels as well.

Whether you get your caffeine in coffee, energy drinks or pills that help you stay awake, developing a dependency is a real possibility. Consuming too much caffeine on a regular basis leads to tense muscles, problems sleeping, nausea, headaches, and can even establish an irregular heartbeat. Quit the caffeine, or at least cut back considerably, and both your mind and body benefit.

Life Improvement Habit #2 – Read a Book Every Week

How does reading help improve your life? Author George R.R. Martin said it best when he stated that, “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.” Reading expands your horizons, boosts a strong vocabulary, improves your communication skills, keeps your mind sharp no matter what your age, and over time can make you knowledgeable on a wide range of subjects. Even if you just read a short e-book every week, this 1-book-a-week habit can improve your life in a number of ways.

To your success,

YOUR NAME

 

 

Forming New Habits PLR Articles:

  1. 5 Reasons Why We Struggle to Break Bad Habits – 403 words
  2. Are Small Goals Better Than Larger Ones? – 478 words
  3. Could Waking Up Earlier Help You Achieve Your Goals? – 496 words
  4. How Long Does It REALLY Take to Build a New Habit? – 483 words
  5. Should You Only Focus on One Goal or Habit at a Time? – 406 words

 

Forming New Habits PLR Article Sample:

5 Reasons Why We Struggle to Break Bad Habits

Breaking bad habits is hard, even though we know we should. It seems that even though we understand we must change negative behaviors, sometimes this is very difficult to do. Why is that? Wouldn’t it make sense that we would be inclined to do what is healthy for us? There are many reasons why breaking bad habits is difficult, and 5 of the most common are listed here.

1 – We Don’t Give the Process Enough Time

Maxwell Maltz found in the 1950s that habits took approximately 21 days to establish. This means changing previous behaviors, and breaking old habits. Research in 2009 found that modern men and women require approximately 66 days to establish a routine or behavior. Part of the failure in breaking bad habits is not allowing enough consistent, day-to-day effort for a long enough period of time.

2 – We Don’t Treat the Underlying Cause of the Behavior

An alcoholic or drug addict may understand their behavior is hurting them. Even so, dependencies can be incredibly difficult, in some cases seemingly impossible, to overcome. This is because sometimes underlying emotional causes lead to bad habits. Identifying and treating our responses to emotional scars can help lead to more success in defeating bad habits.

3 – We Don’t Avoid Harmful Triggers

Some bad behaviors are triggered by outside stimuli. When we are in a certain environment, physical, mental or spiritual, these negative behaviors come out to play. If a cigarette smoker spends a lot of time around others who smoke, it’s going to be difficult to stick to a non-smoking routine.

4 – Your “Why” Isn’t Big Enough

Sometimes failure comes from a lack of motivation. You may say you want to break a bad habit, but your reasons for doing so simply aren’t big enough. Establish a “big why” for you are doing, a reason that is so important and significant that your motivation for new change can’t be overcome.

5 – Fulfill Your Negative Need

You may have heard that people attempting to give up smoking often put on weight. That is because the physical action of smoking is replaced by the action of eating. Instead of sticking cigarettes into the mouth, food is the substitute. Every bad habit needs to be replaced with a positive one. If you spend hours each day on social media, that need for socialization has to be replaced by a healthy alternative.

 

 

Social Media Posts and Images:

 

5 Shareable Social Media Graphics (PLR)

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16 Social Media Posts with hashtags (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

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8 Royalty Free Images

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