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The four laws of breaking a habit

The four laws of breaking a habit

According to the four laws of habit building you can do the exact opposite to break a bad habit. This results in the four laws of breaking a habit:

  1. Make it invisible
  2. Make it unattractive
  3. Make it difficult
  4. Make it less rewarding

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Atomic Habits teaches the fundamental techniques of building habits and becoming a better person every day

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