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Make the cues of good habits obvious in your environment

A small change in what you see can lead to a big shift in what you do.

Every habit is initiated by a cue, and we are more likely to notice cues that stand out.

  • Put the apples in a place where can be seen easily and not in the bottom of the fridge.
  • Leave the book on your bed.
  • Create a space for work, study, exercise, entertainment, and cooking.

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