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A commitment device is a method to lock yourself into behavior modification by associating it with a reward or a punishment.
Example: Limiting or blocking your social media or TV in case you miss your goal.
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The commitment devices that seem to work better than others are the ones that are like gentle reminders and are not having negative emotions (like fear) attached to them.
A playful commitment device that isn't hard to accomplish nudges us into being successful at our goal.
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We all have goals to achieve and behavioral changes we want to implement. Making the resolution is the easy part. The implementation and the work that is to be put in daily is the real challenge.
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Habitual behavior is created by thought patterns, which create neural pathways and memories, which eventually become the default basis for your behavior when you’re faced with choices. Our brains seek pleasure and the effort to abstain from bad habits compels you to do them more because ab...
They are actions we make without thinking (habits, routines, compulsions). They control more than 40% of our daily actions.
So if we want to change our lives and be more productive, we need to first change our default behaviors.
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One potential problem when changing behaviors is that we're too often motivated by negatives such as guilt, fear, or regret.
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