Do you find evidence on these essential habits that trigger many others, as described by by Charles Duhigg in 'the Power of Habits'?
If jogging is a good habit, it's more than that, it leads to the development of multiple good habits.
Keystone habits start a chain effect that produces a number of positive outcomes : From jogging, to better sleep, to better eating, to stop smoking, to less disease, less stress, etc.
The question for this debate :
Which habits trigger a stream of #sustainable planet-conscious #habits?
One cannot hope that the masses jump from hyper-consumerism to zero-waste zero-meat, in one fluid move. It's a gradual shift of consciousness.
Is there a type of behavior that triggers others? What if people start biking to work? From biking, there's a health-wind of change that starts questioning too much meat. From too much meat, one starts reading about the positive impact of vegans (1/3!) on carbon footprint. From vegan to zero-packaging...
If such a trickle-down effect, a magic habit, exists, one could focus efforts to convert entire communities with just 1 keystone habit...