According to blogger James Clear, the small changes and choices you make every day affect your results. If you aren’t achieving your goals, make minor adjustments to grow into the person you seek to become. Clear uses the rags-to-riches story of the British cycling team to illustrate his points – perhaps an ill-advised analogy considering the doping allegations surrounding the team. Nevertheless, Clear’s tips on habit formation offer both inspiration and practical guidance that will help you make lasting changes in your life.
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Blogger James Clear is an author, entrepreneur and photographer.
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