Your willpower is limited, so when you decide to take on something new—whether it’s an exercise routine or, say, cooking—you’re at least in theory limiting your ability to take on some other habit. But as New York Times writer and author of The Power of Habit Charles Duhigg explains, so-called ‘keystone habits’ create a chain reaction that can significantly influence the success of other habits. It’s like making five good decisions for the price of one. So how do you identify your keystone habits?

Where should a would-be habit master start?

When I was reporting my book, The Power of Habit, this question was always at the back of my mind. My initial reporting focused on understanding the neurological [read more]



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