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We know that learning is about knowledge, information, and skills; while habits are routines, behaviors, and actions. But the two are actually quite similar to each other.
Habit and learning have the same equation used when dealing with specific situations:
When we mention habits, we automatically think of routine behaviors done to achieve a certain outcome, whereas learning is thought to be more of a conscious process.
Habitual actions have a strong default and it is strikingly similar to that of learning. For example, when you encounte...
Learning isn't just the process of storing information, but it is also a process where we can prepare particular actions for certain contexts. Learning is cue-driven and context-based, as much as habit-formation.
By seeing habits-as-learning, we then recognize that wha...
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