The 3 R’s of Habit Change: How To Start New Habits That Actually Stick


So you decided you want to make some healthy changes in your life. Good for you! New habits can be hard to stick with and easily abandoned if you don’t have the right tools to ensure success.  Whether you want to start flossing after each meal, commit to daily meditation, or eat a healthy breakfast every day, these tips from James Clear can teach  you how to make that new habit a permanent part of your life.


The 3 R’s of Habit Change

Every habit you have — good or bad — follows the same 3–step pattern.

  1. Reminder (the trigger that initiates the behavior)

  2. Routine (the behavior itself; the action you take)

  3. Reward (the benefit you gain from doing the behavior)



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