Jaroslavas AkmanovasEntrepreneur
In this topic I post my insights which come while I'm reading book of James Clear "Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones"
About me
From an early age, more precisely from the age of 10-11, I became interested in radio technology. I subscribed to specialized magazines, constructed various devices. I built my first computer game when I was 12 years old :), from 14 years old I started programming and Information Technology (IT) become part of my life. I build my first IT company when I was 18 years old and till now I am in IT industry just my role in it has changed. At this stage of my life, I am more involved as developer and investor of an exciting IT & Accounting business projects. More about my experience you will find on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/akmanovas/
Vilnius, Lithuania
New technologies are changing our habits very strongly. They use the most effective ways to force a person to use them. They are comfortable, easy to use, engaging. But we do not think about the fact that they take away from us the greatest part of life that we can devote to our family, to our hobby, to the pursuit of goals. Statistically, on average, a person spends more than 2 hours a day in social networks. Just think: more than 600 hours a year are thrown into nowhere. And this is almost one month a year. What would you do if you were given one month extra in a year? And the funniest thing, we have it, we just don’t notice it because of our habits.

When forming a new habit, you should follow the two-minute rule, which says, "Any new habit cannot last more than two minutes." For example, you: Want to get used to reading every day -> Begin reading one page a day. Want to start running - > Put on sneakers and go for a walk. Want to write a book -> Write one-two sentences a day. Want to be fit -> Do 10 push-ups every day. Want to learn to play guitar -> Everyday for 2 minutes begin to play the selected scale. The main idea is to make the habit very simple.

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