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[Giveaway] Wickedleak Wammy One Grand Giveaway to one lucky winner Its been a long time since we did a giveaway here on DroidExtra.org. DroidExtra.org is a
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How to Build a New Habit: This is Your Strategy Guide

According to researchers at Duke University, habits account for about 40 percent of our behaviors on any given day. [1]

Understanding how to build new habits (and how your current ones work) is essential for making progress in your health, your happiness, and your life in general.

But there can be a lot of information out there and most of it isn’t very simple to digest. To solve this problem and break things down in a very simple manner, I have created this strategy guide for building new habits that actually stick.

Even more detailed information is available in my free guide, Transform Your Habits, but the basic principles mentioned in this article will be more than enough to get you going.

1. Start with an incredibly small habit.

Make it so easy you can’t say no.
—Leo Babauta

When most people struggle to stick with a new habit, they say something like, “I just need more motivation.” Or, “I wish I had as much willpower as you do.”

This is the wrong approach. Research shows that willpower is like a muscle. It gets fatigued as you use it throughout the day. Another way to think of this is that your motivation ebbs and flows. It rises and falls. Stanford professor BJ Fogg calls this the “motivation wave.”

Solve this problem by picking a new habit that is easy enough that you don’t need motivation to do it. Rather than starting with 50 pushups per day, start with 5 pushups per day. Rather than trying to meditate for 10 minutes per day, start by meditating for one minute per day. Make it easy enough that you can get it done without motivation.

Further reading:
Identity-Based Habits: How to Actually Stick to Your Goals
http://jamesclear.com/identity-based-habits

2. Increase your habit in very small ways.

Success is a few simple disciplines, practiced every day; while failure is simply a few errors in judgment, repeated every day.
—Jim Rohn

One percent improvements add up surprisingly fast. So do one percent declines.

Rather than trying to do something amazing from the beginning, start small and gradually improve. Along the way, your willpower and motivation will increase, which will make it easier to stick to your habit for good.

Further reading:
This Coach Improved Every Tiny Thing by 1 Percent and Here’s What Happened
http://jamesclear.com/marginal-gains

3. As you build up, break habits into chunks.

If you continue adding one percent each day, then you’ll find yourself increasing very quickly within two or three months. It is important to keep each habit reasonable, so that you can maintain momentum and make the behavior as easy as possible to accomplish.

Building up to 20 minutes of meditation? Split it into two segments of 10 minutes at first.

Trying to do 50 pushups per day? Five sets of 10 might be much easier as you make your way there.

Further reading:
I’m Using These 3 Simple Steps to Actually Stick with Good Habits
http://jamesclear.com/small-habits

4. When you slip, get back on track quickly.

The best way to improve your self-control is to see how and why you lose control.
—Kelly McGonigal

Top performers make mistakes, commit errors, and get off track just like everyone else. The difference is that they get back on track as quickly as possible.

Research has shown that missing your habit once, no matter when it occurs, has no measurable impact on your long-term progress. Rather than trying to be perfect, abandon your all-or-nothing mentality.

You shouldn’t expect to fail, but you should plan for failure. Take some time to consider what will prevent your habit from happening. What are some things that are likely to get in your way? What are some daily emergencies that are likely to pull you off course? How can you plan to work around these issues? Or, at least, how you can bounce back quickly from them and get back on track?

You just need to be consistent, not perfect. Focus on building the identity of someone who never misses a habit twice.

Further reading:
How to Stop Procrastinating by Using the “Seinfeld Strategy”
http://jamesclear.com/stop-procrastinating-seinfeld-strategy

5. Be patient. Stick to a pace you can sustain.

Learning to be patient is perhaps the most critical skill of all. You can make incredible progress if you are consistent and patient.

If you are adding weight in the gym, you should probably go slower than you think. If you are adding daily sales calls to your business strategy, you should probably start with fewer than you expect to handle. Patience is everything. Do things you can sustain.

New habits should feel easy, especially in the beginning. If you stay consistent and continue increasing your habit it will get hard enough, fast enough. It always does.

Bonus: If you are interested in more strategies for increasing your willpower and sticking to better habits, I explain all sorts of techniques and the science behind them in my Habits Workshop: http://jamesclear.com/classes/habits

James Clear writes at http://jamesclear.com, where he uses a blend of behavioral science and real-world experiences to help you master your habits and improve your health. For useful ideas on improving your mental and physical performance, join his free newsletter here: http://jamesclear.com/newsletter

This article was originally published on JamesClear.com (http://jamesclear.com/habit-guide)

Sources
1. Habits: A Repeat Performance by David T. Neal, Wendy Wood, and Jeffrey M. Quinn

Thanks to BJ Fogg, Leo Babauta, and Kelly McGonigal for their research and work on habit formation and willpower. I have learned a lot from each of you.
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Hey Hi, Thanks for being part of this community! Hope you're doing great there. As ThanksGiving, Black Friday just around the corner. There are thousands of deals we are missing out, right? So here is the simple solution to find what you're looking for.

1. create google alerts (which is free)
Link : https://www.google.com/alerts

2.  You can create as many alerts as you wish. So find out what you looking for and be specific like , If you're looking for Camera offer then decide what kind of camera and model.

By becoming more specific you're reducing the "decision fatigue" And helps you to grab the deal before it's too late.

let me explain with example: I am looking for Canon 24mm STM lens.

So i type Canon 24mm STM  discount and press "create alert"

Check out screenshots below to get clear idea :)

Hope this little hack helps you to save a lot of money!
Have a great day.
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+Suresh Kumar G Then you should really try Buzzsumo. It is the fastest out of all of them. I get alerts within seconds. 
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Steve Jobs' product pricing formula: cost of materials x 3 + 33%

Wozniak wanted to sell Apple I at 20% markup. Steve sold it at three times what it cost to build Apple I, plus 33%. 

As a result, 38 years later, Apple has $155 billions dollars in cash right now. Had Steve been selling his stuff like Woz wanted, there would have been no computer graphical user interfaces in 1984 (the revolution in PCs). There would have been no iPods in 2001 (the revolution in music). There would have been no iPhones in 2007 (the revolution in mobile devices).

You're probably pricing your products and services too low. Have you thought about the cost of producing, delivering and maintaning excellence? Have you thought about the cost of: sales, marketing, educating yourself, research and development, hiring new employees, educating employees at top sources? Furnishing offices? Building company culture? Making employees happy at your workplace? 

How about the cost of enough of your free time as a business owner, which is essential for creativity, innovation and breakthroughs?

There's no room for all of that in 20% markup. Not even in 100% markup, most of the time. Are you building a business or creating a lifetime job just for yourself? There's a big difference.

The right price is what the market will bear. The world is abundant with cash at all times. Think of money as a form of energy: it's always around you. Money is always flowing, and it's in one place at one point and in another at another point. You make sure you create enough excellence so that the money wants to flow through you and your company.

Too metaphysical? I know. But everybody who's rich tells the same story, over and over again: money is not about working harder, it's about putting in excellence and billing people when they show up to consume your excellence.

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Geotagged mentions of Ebola from early September to early October.

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If your Google+ Page or Profile has a custom URL your YouTube channel's custom URL is set to match

If your channel already has a old custom URL, it will continue to work.

If you add a Google+ Page or Profile custom URL, it will be used for your YouTube channel to. For example:

Google+ Page custom URL:  plus.google.com/+PeggyKTC  
YouTube channel custom URL: www.youtube.com/c/PeggyKTC
Old YouTube custom URL: www.youtube.com/user/peggykyt

If your channel is eligible, you may be offered more custom URL options on your YouTube dashboard (www.youtube.com/dashboard) than Google+ offers. If you don't like the offered URL, then don't accept it - it cannot be changed once set!

- your channel must have at least 500 subscribers
- your channel must be active at least 30 days
- you have added a channel icon and cover art to your channel

Learn more in the YouTube help center:
https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2657968
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Are you an android user? Install the Google Fit app (It's FREE). Its used to track your daily activity like walking, Cycling, etc. I have been using it for a week and the  best part is that you don't have to use any internet for it. It will track without it and i tested it personally.

Are you also using any healthy apps? Do let me know in the comments below.

Track the activity and stay fit & Healthy :)
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Nexus 6 Announced! Watch the video, Do share with your friends. Also it's running on the latest android OS "Lollipop" 

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