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What to Do When Your Habits No Longer Serve You

There’s danger in not updating your life systems

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John Dryden, the 17th-century English poet, once said, “We first make our habits, then our habits make us.”

The statement is a powerful one. Once an action becomes a habit — whether it’s writing in your journal each morning, taking a walk at the same time every afternoon, or…

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