#35 - Britain's post pandemic state
Today's episode from 24th August 2021. First this morning: As Covid-19 starts receding and with normality returning, what do we do with all of the innovation and learning of the past 18-months? There's hope that some of it will be used to prevent further pandemics, whilst others fear it could be swallowed by government departments. Then later on, we all have goals but we never keep them. We've got three tips on how to form habits that help you reach your resolutions. British policymakers are working out how to bring these successes to a new era. The Economist reveals what elements of the state’s response will be tossed aside and explains why the best innovations will be “sucked into the machinery of the state.” We are constantly making well-intentioned goals that never seem to come into full effect, but why is this? This instalment of Nir and Far reveals why creating productive habits can over time change our daily actions and change the course of our lives. Here, Nir Eyal provides three steps that will help you form these types of helpful habits. Wake up with Curio is a different kind of morning show that gives you the context behind the news and gets you motivated for the day ahead, every Monday - Friday.
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