We all have those habits we’re a little ashamed of. I, for one, snooze my alarm a minimum of three times before even thinking about getting up in the morning. I know it's not the most pleasant activity, but consider for a second your worst habits, dumbest decisions, and most nagging regrets (go on, experts insist it's good for you). They might seem minor, but often it’s these little setbacks that lead to not living up to your greatest potential, and it’s not due to stupidity but rather a lack of self-control.
According to Stanford neuroscientist Andrew Huberman, you can train your brain to have better impulse control. Read on for his suggestions on how to hone your impulse control so you can craft the life you actually want--rather than end up living the one into which you mindlessly wandered.
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