You spend 40% of every day on autopilot, just performing habits.
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- You spend 40% of every day on autopilot, just performing habits.
- The secret to breaking bad habits is to not try to eliminate them but to replace them.
- The key to new good habits is to do the minimum and be consistent.
- To make good habits stick, create “if-then” plans and get support from friends. It takes an average of 66 days to establish a new good habit.
For more on the scientific way to build good habits, click here.
These are concise, crisp and easily actionable steps. Great post!!
They are easy to say but they take a while to master!