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The Discipline of Consistent Habits

When we pick a habit, we face a challenge of maintaining the consistency of the daily action. The simple discipline of habit can be implemented:

  1. Set aside a time and space to commit yourself for a certain habit(like journaling).
  2. Do the habit, even if you feel a certain resistance.
  3. Try to appreciate your work, and let go of how you think it should be done.
  4. Repeat this for the next few days.
  5. Do not fret if you miss a day, not getting in the expectation trap.

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