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The Doctors share a simple way to help remind yourself of your goals -- make the password on your devices your goal.
For example, if you are looking to lose weight, we suggest picking a password like, "10PoundsDown."
The panel explains studies have shown that writing down a goal will make achieving it more likely. One study found those who wrote down their goals were 33 percent more likely to make them happen.
And with the number of times you will need to login to your devices over the course of a day, you will be reminded of your goals numerous times, which should help you feel inspired to follow through on them.
A friendly safety reminder, don't forget to add a number or punctuation mark to that goal-oriented password!