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"The science shows that warnings have very limited impact on behavior...warnings and threats never work, but what I'm saying is, on average, they seem to have a very limited impact. And so, the question is: why?"

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Fear is not an effective motivator for behavior change. Positive strategies that focus on gains and progress are more effective than threats. This idea shares the three principles.

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