Use your daily habits to prompt you to practice three habits you want to develop


  1. Pick one reliable habit or routine that you never forget to do
    For example: emptying the dishwasher, buckling your seatbelt, putting your coffee mug on the desk.

  2. Think about what new habits could naturally follow this behavior
    Come up with a few ideas. If you empty the dishwasher reliably every morning, what new habit could you put right after that? Perhaps, tidying the counter? After you buckle your seat belt, you could take a deep breath of relaxation. When you put your coffee mug on your office desk you could then get out your to-do list.

  3. Write out a habit recipe in the Tiny Habits format: After I ———, I will ———.
    For example, “After I empty the dishwasher, I will tidy the counter”.

  4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 for two more habits
    By working on three ­habits at once, you will learn more in the same amount of time.

  5. Take action and start practicing your new habits
    Remember, there’s no need to be too serious or strict about it. Dive in and have fun!


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