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How to create MULTIPLE good habits🔥

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How to create MULTIPLE good habits🔥
By Jay Kapoor • Issue #22 • View online
Welcome to the 22nd Edition of Acha Laga? Share Karo. In this week’s edition, we start with our top 5 tools and then talk about a productivity tip that can help you create MULTIPLE good habits🔥
We also have an amazing documentary about graffitis, an insightful podcast on growth hacking, and much more! Happy Reading✨
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⛓Top Tools of the Week🛠
  1. Bookmarklet: A free browser extension to send any webpage to your email inbox in 5 seconds eg. articles to read later.💪🏻
  2. Creator Resource Kit: An ever-growing curated free collection of 1000+ tools and resources for Youtubers, Musicians, Photographers, Videographers, Writers, Podcasters & Gamers.🚀
  3. Little Invest Town: This web app transforms complicated financial statements of companies into an imaginary character’s personal finances. No Sign Up Required.💼
  4. Nice Resume: Resume templates created in Google Docs so you don’t have to spend hours dealing with formatting issues.🧑🏾‍💻
  5. Upscale.media: Upscale and enhance your images up to 4x.✨
⚙️Productivity Tip🚀
How to create a CHAIN REACTION of good habits!
By now, all of us know that habits are MUCH better to strive for rather than goals.
But for habits to work and improve your life, you need to have several of them as all of them make you a little better. Read about it here!
So, how do you create multiple good habits without taking pressure?
Well, the answer will surprise you
It is to start with just ONE.
A study done in 2012 by some researchers at Northwestern University found out that when people create one good habit and follow it consistently, they are more likely to start creating multiples of them with much less effort and cognizance.
So, here is how you can start with it. Start with the easiest/most motivating task for you(eg. Making your bed, writing one journal page, etc.). Eventually, you will start doing things around it and that will lead to forming more good habits.
In the words of Stanford professor BJ Fogg, “You can never change just one behavior. Our behaviors are interconnected, so when you change one behavior, other behaviors also shift.”
When multiple behaviors change, your image about yourself changes, and hence you are more likely to think of yourself who keeps everything clean because you started cleaning the bed and eventually you become tidier as a person.
Try this and tell me if it works for you!
This tip was taken from James Clear’s website. Read the original version here.
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Recommendations😎
Watch🖥
Inside Outside Street Art
Inside Outside Street Art
A fast-paced trip around the international graffiti world. Beautifully edited with a great soundtrack, humor, and some genuinely zany characters. I bring you face - to masked face with some of the most hardcore bombers and innovative street artists of our time.
Listen🎧
Vaibhav Sisinty on Cohort Based Learning, Growth Hacking & Beyond - Advertising is Dead with Varun Duggirala | Podcast on Spotify
Read📚
Build a business, not an audience – Jakob Greenfeld – Experiments in Entrepreneurship and Learning
Get🛒
AmazonBasics 10-in-1 Electrician's Stripping Multi-Tool with Nylon Sheath : Amazon.in: Sports, Fitness & Outdoors
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