The Habit Loop Diagram for PowerPoint

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The Habit Loop Diagram for PowerPoint represents one of the concepts covered by Charles Duhigg in his book called the Power of Habit. This Cycle Diagram template shows a simplified 3 steps loop diagram of habit. The loop explains how events turn into a habit and how to take control of these events. The PowerPoint templates of habit loop model contain three slide designs using icons to describe components of the model. These components are cue, routine, and reward. The curved arrows present a direction of loop process. While the clipart icons will help audience to visualize each stage that turns events into habits.

The habit loop model explains that habits are in fact a sequence of events. These events are classified as craving, cue, routine, and reward. The loop begins with a cue, which subsequently triggers an action. A cue can be location, time, people, or emotional state. For example, the music of ice-cream truck triggers a craving. In response to the cue, brain starts processing whether to resist cravings or not. A routine is an action or behavior taken in response to the cue. Such as biting nails when stressed. Whereas, the reward is a feel-good brain response that provides positive reinforcement. Such as feeling good after eating a cake.

The Habit loop concept presents a technique of recognizing various habit loops in daily routine. By identifying these habit loops, one can see how they are feeding the cues that eventually becomes habits. Especially identifying the keystone habit that affects many other habits or areas of life. For example, waking up early will help get healthy and get more things done. This model of habit loop applies to both desirable and undesirable habits. The Habit Loop model gives knowledge about taking control of situation by altering inputs. There are various change strategies that could be used to develop new patterns in a cycle. These strategies may include short-circuit, belief-habit change, willpower, and social aspects.

The Habit Loop Diagram for PowerPoint in all types of business and self-development presentations. This diagram will benefit the motivational speakers and training consultants to encourage individuals in bringing positive change.

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