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When we get started on a new habit, we're creating a neural pathway in our brain for a new habit, making it likely to succeed in something more involved later on. But be aware, the moment you think you "should" do more is the moment you introduce force and negotiation. So the moment it requires more motivation, you might fail.
The whole idea behind the better-than-nothing habit is that you only need to do a little consistently to become better than your previous self.
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Motivation comes and goes. When motivation wanes, we tend to follow the path of least effort. However, new behaviours need lots of effort. This is because we find change really hard. The harder something is to do, the more motivation we need.
Our ability to follow through on our best intentions, such as getting into a new habit or changing our behaviour, doesn't depend on our reasons or our convictions that we should do it. It doesn't rely on our willpower or ...
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As humans, we become so used to the familiar problems we face that we fail to see them. Designers look at this from a different viewpoint. They learn to notice the little everyday things and try to improve upon them.
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