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The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen
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The Sequence of Habit Formation for Acne.org's Regimen

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Charting the patterns that the Acne.org Regimen and many other habits follow in terms of their triggers, simplicity factors, and motivation.

Charting the patterns that the Acne.org Regimen and many other habits follow in terms of their triggers, simplicity factors, and motivation.

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  • 1. Thursday, May 13, 2010
  • 2. Thursday, May 13, 2010
  • 3. Thursday, May 13, 2010
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  • 12. Patterns... on Triggers Triggers followed a sequence: Facilitator, Spark, Signal No Trigger was needed once behavior became Blue Path Thursday, May 13, 2010
  • 13. Patterns... on Simplicity Reducing Physical Effort was the most frequently employed agent to increase simplicity After the Facilitator Trigger is gone (Day 3), the Brain Cycles become relevant... “You’re on your own”- this might lead to excitement or doom Thursday, May 13, 2010
  • 14. Patterns... on Motivation Hope was the most common motivator The formation of this habit began with Hope and Acceptance, moved into some Pleasure and Pain, and ended with Hope and Fear. Is this the typical frame of mind for the beginning, middle, end of any endeavor? Of life? Blue Path is motivated by fear... is this promising? Thursday, May 13, 2010
  • 15. Other Discoveries The habit initially seemed Blue Dot (watching how-to videos online was familiar) but once the cream application procedure was introduced, the habit turned Green Dot. Green Span skipped right to Purple Span before settling into Blue Span. The habit was increased before truly feeling “familiar”. Thursday, May 13, 2010

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