How to create a habit - 1 - Deepstash

How to create a habit - 1

Using the momentum effect -> start doing something, and then another -> "Hey this trigger is fulfilled. Let's go on to the next habit." Tip: you can also have a habit instead of a simple trigger.

Example of the trigger - habit - reward

"The trigger for me is waking up. The habit is reading, the reward is going to be breakfast."

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