There is no scientific number of days to create a habit, Even the definition of a habit is fuzzy. It’s not boolean, rather a habit is something that can be strengthened to work more reliably and across more diverse situations.
At the end of the plan, you’ll get a chance to graduate or, if you want to keep strengthening your habit, go through it again. The graduation moment gives you a target and also an end date so that you can try something new.
The Lift users form both the hardest working and most supportive community of any app. That support is a form of coaching, and I want to call out the three main ways that you can coach other Lift users (one of these is new in this release):
#2. In this release, we’ve added a discussions section for each step in a plan. This is a place for you to leave tips or answer other people’s questions. Look for the discussions feature on the check-in screen (with the big button).
#3. You can create a day-by-day coaching plan for other people in the Lift community. There’s more info on our blog: http://blog.coach.me