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How to CHANGE your habits

How to CHANGE your habits

• To understand your own habits, you need to identify the components of your habit loops. Once you’ve diagnosed the habit loop of a particular behaviour, you can look for ways to supplant old vices with new routines.

There are four steps to doing this:

1. Identify the routine

2. Experiment with rewards

3. Isolate the cue

4. Have a plan

Recap: All habits follow the loop of (A) cue, (B) routine, and (C) reward.

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