When change fails

The most effective way to implement a behavior change

We all have goals we want to achieve, behaviors we want to change, and habits we want to build (or break). Finding things we want to accomplish is the easy part. But putting in the work to actually hit them? That’s where things usually fall apart. One of the oldest arguments around behavior change comes down to this: Should we make our ambitions public or keep them inside? As it turns out, the answer isn’t a simple one. ….[READ]

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