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  • Krystin Railing
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    The Habit Loop is a neurological loop that governs any habit.

    The habit loop consists of three elements:

    • Cue or trigger
    • Routine
    • Reward

    The Golden Rule of Habit Change says that the most effective way to shift a habit is to diagnose and retain the old cue and reward, and try to change only the routine.

    Understanding the Habit Loop can help in understanding how to change bad habits or form better ones.

    To start a new habit or change an undesirable habit, you will need to keep the reward and cue, but change the routine.

    • Identify the Routine
    • Identify the Reward
    • Identify the Cue
    • Change the Routine

    High Performance Habits:

    A High Performer has the ability to achieve much more success and growth than an “ordinary” person. High performers have simply mastered six habits that assist in reaching and sustaining long-term success.

    These six habits are called the HP6:

    • Clarity
    • Energy
    • Necessity
    • Productivity
    • Influence
    • Courage

    High Performance Workplace:

    A high-performance workplace results from continually balancing:

    • Investment in people
    • Process
    • Physical environment
    • Technology

    A high-performance workplace measurably enhances your ability to:

    • Learn
      Create a Team
      Lead Others
      Achieve efficiency

    Barriers to High Performance:

    • Unclear strategy
    • Inefficient work flow
    • An ineffective team
    • Conflicting priorities
    • Low trust among teams
    • Hands-off leadership style
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