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A New Way to Understand Habits

A New Way to Understand Habits

When we want to achieve changes in our life, the first thing that comes to mind is that we have to change our habits and be more “productive”. 

However, despite the fact that we know the habits that would favor us, we have no reasons that support the fact of wanting to form good habits

And this, although it may seem irrelevant, can play a fundamental role in our motivation, because we will have a why behind what we do. 

Therefore, in this article, I will give you 3 possible answers to this question.


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