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1. Set a specific goal

1. Set a specific goal

Whenever you are trying to build a habit, you say to yourself that u will meditate everyday which is abstract.

Try saying yourself "i'll mediate 10 mins everyday".

This helps to get you started and you can see your progress effortlessly.

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