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What are habit development concepts? These are the building blocks of habits.

Some of the posts under the habit development concepts archive are about how to build habits.

Other posts define what exactly entails good and bad habits.

Then there are some posts that deal with keystone habits. Those habits that influence other habit development.

Finally, many posts deal with concepts that are core to understanding how to improve your habits. Things like habit triggers.

Enjoy!

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What is the Planning Fallacy (and How Can It Derail Your Time Management Efforts)?

How often do you find yourself racing at the last minute to meet a deadline? Do you often find that you end up finishing projects after you had promised they would be complete?Have you let people down because you didn’t have enough time to fulfill your obligations? If these questions sound familiar, then you may have […]

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How to Overcome the “Sunk Cost Fallacy” Mindset

Do you often find yourself continuing on a path that doesn’t feel right, only because you’ve already invested so much time or money into it?You might strongly dislike what you’re doing, but you feel like you have to stay the course because you can’t imagine doing anything differently. If this sounds familiar, then you’re probably dealing […]

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How to Deal With Impostor Syndrome and Celebrate Your Accomplishments

Do you know that sudden feeling you get when you are assigned a new project at work and you think you are in way over your head?Or when people around you are talking about their careers, and you feel quietly ashamed because you don’t think your success measures up? Maybe you beat yourself up over every […]

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What are Keystone Habits? (And How They Build Breakthrough Routines)

What are keystone habits? Why are they the most essential habits that you can develop? Keystone habits lead to the development of multiple good habits. They start a chain effect in your life that produces a number of positive outcomes.For example, say that your keystone habit is to sleep 8 hours every night. Your initial goal is […]

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24 Intrinsic Motivation Examples (at Work, in Sports and the Classroom)

Have you ever thought about why you do the things you do? What is it that really prompts your behaviors? Motivation can be either extrinsic or intrinsic, meaning it can either come from outside or inside of a person.Extrinsic motivation comes when you feel the urge to do something in order to gain a specific reward, or […]

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What Is Self-Awareness? (and 8 Ways to Become More Self Aware)

Having self-awareness means that you have a sharp realization of your personality, including your strengths and weaknesses, your thoughts and beliefs, your emotions, and your motivations.If you are self-aware, it is easier for you to ​​​​​understand other people and detect how they perceive you in return.Many people assume that they have a healthy sense of […]

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283 Bad Habits (The ULTIMATE List of Bad Habits)

What makes something a bad habit? Well, I feel bad habits have to fit a number of specific requirements:They are repetitive negative behavior patterns.They can be stopped with motivation and will power (unlike a mental condition like Tourrettes).Society takes a dim view of them.The habits break customs, laws, or mores.Many people find the habit annoying, repulsive, […]

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