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The development of most good habits involves cutting and replacing bad ones.
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Set achievable goals and build them.
Small wins make you feel good about setting targets, highlight your progression and prove that success is possible. Without these stepping stones, it’s easy to get disheartened and give up.
Identifying the cue and the reward you’re craving is key to eliminating bad habits.
More often than not, you can quit bad habits by adding a little “friction”.
With this information, you can replace any bad habit with a healthier one that offers the same reward.
Long-term goals are your most powerful motivators. If your ‘why’ is strong enough, you’ll find your ‘how’.
Create a vision board. Make affirmations. Put it on your phone’s lock screen. Whatever it takes.
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