With habits, we conserve our self–control. Because we’re in the habit of putting a dirty coffee cup in the office dishwasher, we don’t need self–control to perform that action; we do it without thinking. Of course, it takes self–control to establish good habits. But once the habit is in place, we can effortlessly do the things we want to do.” – Gretchen Rubin
Habits are the great enabler of change. They allow us to execute effortlessly and automatically. However, they do require some willpower and decision-making power to get started.
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