Why We Fail at Creating New Habits

9964439824_8f9a8d5d32_zWe’re a week into the new year, and if you’re sticking with your New Year’s resolutions, well done. But of course, life is about constant improvement, and the brain is a slippery customer when it comes to changing or creating better habits. Keeping those new, good habits going is hard.

James Clear has some useful hints, based on scientific research, about changing behaviour. In this article, he writes about the five common mistakes that cause behaviour change to fail, and what to do about them.

It makes a lot of sense — I hope it’s useful for you.

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