In the book “The Power of Habit,” Charles Duhigg talks about the importance of developing keystone habits into your life. Duhigg defines keystone habits as “small changes or habits people introduce into their routines that unintentionally carry over into other aspects of their lives.”
Running is a perfect example of a keystone habit because if you started running every day, not only would you become healthier, but you would also start eating better. Because running releases endorphins, you would also start feeling more satisfied with life. Your love life with your partner would improve. You would feel less stressed. And the ability you would develop to push through adversity while running would naturally carry over into all aspects of your life.
This is what keystone habits do. When you develop a keystone habit, you’ll start to see improvements in other areas of your life.
The question then is, what’s the…
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