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Habit Stacking (2/2)

  • Create one list of existing habits and another one of desired habits.
  • Now map desired habits with existing ones.
  • While doing the mapping, make sure that cues of the existing habits are obvious enough to remind the person to follow the desired habits.
  • Specify the time and location for new habits.

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