Topics: Habit

When wanting to create a new habit or get rid of an old one, we might be naturally inclined to focus on the behaviour itself. We think “oh, this is good so I should find a way to make it a habit” or “this is bad so I should find a way to stop doing it”.

However, I have found that our habit building becomes more effective when we focus on the cue that triggers the behaviour, and not the behaviour itself.

date: 2024-04-03 type: 🧠 tags:

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Topics: Types of Stochastic Processes<% tp.file.cursor(2) %>

<% tp.file.cursor(3) %>A stochastic process with independent increments is a stochastic process where, for any parameters, the variables are independent.

Examples of stochastic processes with independent increments include homogeneous Poisson processes.