Getting Started with Habit Tracking

If you’re interested in growth and self-improvement — which you probably are, if you’re reading this — then chances are you’ve come across James Clear’s advice on setting systems, not goals.

I’ve found that goals are good for planning your progress and systems are good for

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Noran Azmy

Noran Azmy

A software engineer who enjoys writing on a variety of topics, including personal development, productivity, learning, books, politics, and social issues.

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