Use loss aversion as motivation to pursue what you really want. - Deepstash
Use loss aversion as motivation to pursue what you really want.

Use loss aversion as motivation to pursue what you really want.

If you hang a large calendar on your wall, and put a star on every day when you do something positive—like exercise, practice a new hobby, or send out a resume for a new job—you’ll create a psychological need to keep that streak going.

Birken writes, “Your disappointment in seeing a day without a gold star is greater than your happiness at any single day’s work.”

Of course, you have to know what you really want first.

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