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3. Make it fun to repeat

3. Make it fun to repeat

You need make your habit fun.

For example:- if you are going for Zumba classes try going with a friend.

Because you are far more likely to stick with something you enjoy and repetition is key to habit formation, making the experience positive is critical, but it’s often overlooked.


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