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Beware the “False First Step” of Buying Stuff to Achieve a Goal

Earlier this year, I wanted to start working out more. A friend suggested I buy a bunch of workout gear to motivate myself. I knew better, but I tried it anyway. Of course, I failed. Mindfulness site Break the Twitch has a name for this: a false first step. Read more...
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