If you're already having a tough time keeping your new year's resolution, try this scientific approach to motivating yourself to do better, according to a new video (above) released by the YouTube series ASAPScience on Thursday.
"It turns out that 'play' is the strongest motivator for sustained behavioral changes," Mitchell Moffit, co-creator of the series, says in the video. "It makes sense that we stick with enjoyable activities."
In other words, turning your resolution into a fun and enjoyable task may help you to keep it up!
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