Ludwig Buchner | Buchner Group
Old habits are hard to break and forming new one's even harder. If you’ve ever tried to kick the sugar habit, quit smoking, or have resolved to getting to the gym more, you can surely attest to this fact. It reminds me of a quote by Sean Covey: "Depending on what they are, our habits will either make us or break us".
Repeated behavioural patterns become imprinted in our neural pathways, according to psychologists. Our brains are hard-wired with electrical connections, not unsimilar to computers. Our neural connections, responsible for connections that link sensory input and motor output with the brain’s message centres, allow information to come in and to be sent back out.