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Impact of environment

Impact of environment

You may think that you control most of your choices, but the truth is that a large portion of your actions every day are simply a response to the environment design around you. The forms you are mailed, the food on your kitchen counter, the items on your desk at work β€” they all impact your behavior in one way or another.

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