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Companies and Habits

Companies make us habitual. Companies like Facebook, Netflix, and Uber spend millions on R&D of better tools to minimize friction, to get people to use their services more and more and form a habit.

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When it comes to escaping bad habits, relying on willpower is hopeless. We must find ways that don’t require us to be strong.

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