Wouldn't it be great if you could debug your brain as though it were bad code? We might not be able to reprogram ourselves, but we can use the principles of debugging to help ourselves build better habits. Here's how to debug your brain.
Our brains are the most bug ridden pieces of junk since Internet Explorer. To replicate one common bug, try telling your brain to "go to the gym." Most brains will respond by updating their Facebook status and watching cat videos. This is not the desired behavior.
Fortunately I've developed a fix. Let me just explain how the whole human brain works first.
This Code Is a Mess Looking at our brain, it's clear it was developed by a team of ten thousand monkeys sitting at keyboards. You know, like Windows 8.
The brain is event-driven, which is to say it does almost nothing until an event occurs, and then it responds to the event. Your hand gets hot, you pull it back. Your stomach rumbles, you look for food. Continue reading.
Originally posted on Lifehacker.
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