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How to Start New Habits and Make Them Stick

How to start new habits

After our post on The Myth of Self Control, we researched the science behind creating new habits and making them stick -- for good. As we mentioned in that post, roughly 40% of our daily behaviors are habitual. What's great about habits is you don't even have to think about them. Once a positive, healthy behavior is a habit, it becomes natural and automatic. In other words, it's easier to do the “Right Things” more of the time.

The One Drop Guide to Making a Habit

The good news is there are some simple steps you can take to start a new habit. And it only takes about 2 months to make a habit stick. :-) So, are you ready to start creating new habits and improving your health in an easier, more effective way? Check out this easy guide to get started!

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Rachel Sanchez-Madhur
Mar 04, 2017

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