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Build better habits in four simple steps

Build better habits in four simple steps

  • Before knowing building better habits, first, we need to know the science behind how habits work.
  • Habits form in the following order: Cue → craving → response → reward
  • Cue: A cue is like a trigger or a signal that prompts you to start a habit. It's something that you see, feel, hear, or experience that reminds you of the habit you want to perform.
  • Craving: Craving refers to the desire or longing you feel when you encounter the cue. It's the feeling that drives you to want to do the habit. It's like the internal motivation that pushes you to take action.

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