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3. The environment

3. The environment

  • Our environment is a nonstop triggering mechanism whose impoct on our behavior is too significant to be ingored.
  • Some environments are designed to lure us into acting against our interest.
  • It's not all bad. Our environment can be the angel on our shoulder, making us a better person.
  • We should learn that one tweak to the environment can change everything.


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