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Founds In Atomic Habits 1

  1. If you want to stick with a habit, first you have to make it obvious.  
  2. When and where are the most important questions for the habit formation. 
  3. I will  ( behaviour ) at ( time ) in ( location ). 
  4. Implementation intention clears the foggy notion. 
  5. Habit stacking :-  connect new habit with old one. 
  6. Stack your habit with immediate cue which motivates you to start that habit. 
  7. Habits are influenced by environment. 
  8. Small change in what you see will have big impact in what you do.
  9. Creating obvious visual cues improve the urges for a habit. 
  10. One space one use.  

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Atomic Habits is a great readers digest. Has lot to learn and lot to implement. One of my life changing book. Definitely a recommendation!!!!! Enjoy👌

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