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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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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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The 5 Biggest Mistakes When Creating New Habits (And How to Avoid Them)

Do you know the feeling? You’re all fired up about a new habit. And for a couple of weeks, the inspiration keeps you going. But at some point, that initial motivation starts to fizzle out. And before you know it, you’ve quit your new habit. Again. When this pattern has repeated itself enough times, it’s easy to get discouraged.But you […]

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Psychology of Daily Routines (Habits to Start and Stick to your Routine)

If you’ve tried to establish daily routines and failed, don’t feel bad. Your struggle is a common one—and something you can overcome it if you understand the psychology behind daily routines.You see, there are many underlying reasons why you might have failed with building routines in the past. Once you understand why these failures occurred, you’ll […]

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