Days are busy and you don’t have the time to actively make decisions about everything you do. As a result, you’re probably on autopilot for much of the day. You may grab the same go-to breakfast every morning or get up for water around the same time each afternoon. Habits like these help you avoid becoming overwhelmed by the sheer number of options in your life and focus on what really matters in the day.
But just as habits make productivity possible, they can also work against you. You may be in the habit of splurging on clothes after a stressful work week or eating out for lunch every day. These habits are formed because they’re an easy solution in the short term but they can be a major drain on your financial and personal goals in the long run.
Bad habits are much easier to form than they are to break, but that doesn’t mean you can’t work to change them. Understanding how your brain gets hooked on habits can help you shift those habits to more positive ones. Instead of working to fight your instincts and choices, you can strategically subvert choices that have become automatic and instead go with the opposite option.
With the help of Turbo, your everyday habits can help you become more aware of your spending, achieve financial independence, or pay off debts sooner. Reaching your goals takes hard work, but the effort it takes doesn’t have to happen all at once. Remember, consistency is more important than almost any other factor.
Keep reading to learn how hacking your habits can put your success into overdrive.