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Too many people who want to break their bad habits fool themselves into thinking it's working thanks to a common mental disconnect

Too many people who want to break their bad habits fool themselves into thinking it's working thanks to a common mental disconnect
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To achieve a tough goal, at some point you'll need to stop planning and start doing.




That's according to James Clear, author of "Atomic Habits."




Clear says moving from planning to doing might mean getting over the fear of failure.



There's a difference between thinking and doing.
Thinking is browsing classes at your local fitness studios and looking up recipes for salad lunches. Doing is showing up for one of those workouts and chowing down on some lemony kale.
The problem is that, sometimes, thinking can feel suspiciously similar to doing, and you can start to wonder why you aren't seeing the desired changes.
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