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41. Track at least one habit/behavior you’re trying to improve

41. Track at least one habit/behavior you’re trying to improve

Research has repeatedly found that when behavior is tracked and evaluated, it improves drastically.

It’s best to track only a few things. Maybe just one at a time.

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