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Will power and habit formation

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The Management Club with Russell Kerkoven held its eighth program in the Smart Manager series on Wednesday 5 September at the Galadari Hotel. The program was on ‘Will power and habit formation’.

The participants learnt about the habit loop and were taught how to create useful habits by identifying the cues and rewards. They were shown how to replace bad habits with more productive ones. Finally they learnt about keystone habits of which willpower is one most important. Participants were involved in a lively interactive session and the session concluded at 7 p.m.

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