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Shaping habits

Successful long-term changes come when a person buys into it. People need to care enough about a goal to cultivate those habits or decide to put in the work. We can try to persuade people or show them how these behaviours support their goals, but we can't coerce them.

The more we can connect what we want people to do with reasons that matter to them, the more likely they are willing to try.


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