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"Your habits matter, because they allow you to become the person you want to be"

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"The best way to create an implementation intention is to write: When X happens, I'll do Y"

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"To avoid overthinking before doing a task, fill up this sentence: I'll do [behavior] at [hour] in [place]"

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"Habits do not seem to have a significant impact until you get to a critical threshold and unlock a new level of performance"

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"Give your habits a place and a time to live"

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"Success comes from daily habits, not from one-time transformations"

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