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How to form habits?

How to form habits?

The above picture perfectly illustrates the formation of a habit.

One must come up with a reward in order to implement the routine.This can be anything-from happiness to monetary gain-that you held dear , that you CRAVE particularly.

Take jogging as an example, most people run in order to relief stress and ,to them, that's the reward.After a certain period of time, they become so accustomed to the exhilaration of the after-run that they developed a craving for it.

This way, a healthy habit is formed.


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