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53: How to Turn Actions Into Habits That Will Change Your Life

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What you do every day is what really adds up to your goals and feeling your overall best. That's why it's so important to establish and maintain good habits. When you're trying to change your habits, the ability to make them stick is what will set you apart and propel you towards your goals. In this episode, we are sharing 8 research-backed strategies and tactics to help make your habits stick.

 

In this episode you’ll learn: 

-Ways to help make your habits stick 

-About different types of goals 

-Common mistakes people make when creating new habits 

-Some ways to help motivate yourself

-What to avoid doing when starting a new habit 

 

References: 

Atomic Habits by: James Clear  

Tiny Habits by: BJ Fogg

How to Fail at Everything and Still Win Big by: Scott Adams 

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