“Designing for default comes down to a very simple premise: shift your environment so that the good behaviors are easier and the bad behaviors are harder.”
Want to exercise more? Stash a dumbbell next to your desk. Want to drink more water? Carry a water bottle with you.
James Clear explains how to optimize your daily decisions by leveraging simplicity, visual cues, and designing better default options into your life.
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