15 Research Based Secrets to Bulletproof Willpower | TIME
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- When we use bigger plates we almost inevitably eat more. When the color of the food contrasts with the color of the plate we almost always eat less. A mirror in the kitchen can help you eat less. The wider a variety of foods at a meal, the more we eat. Dining with friends makes you eat twice as much at restaurants.
- Just a little bit of practice every day can increase your willpower. Saying “I’ll never do that again” makes you even more likely to do that again. Just monitoring your behavior can improve it. Penalizing yourself for bad behavior works. Think about the pride you’ll feel in conquering desire, not the shame that follows failure.
this one is really good.
It is. Practice willpower a little bit each day!