Atomic Habits
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Atomic Habits

An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones


Habits Make Identity

Best-selling advice guru James Clear offers a workable manual for ending bad habits and creating healthy habits.

Given the booming market in advice relating to business and individual habits, it’s hard to name one advice guru who stands atop the heap – but James Clear is a worthy candidate. With more than a million copies sold of this New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller – one of Fast Company’s Seven Best Business Books of the Year – a website with millions of monthly views, a for-pay newsletter and his business consultancy – The Habits Academy – Clear is a one-man advice industry.

His advice is simple and clear. This is a manual – a practical guide. He embraces a methodical system designed to overcome how today’s media-rich world has shortened the human attention span and left you prey to your own most spurious impulses. You may find a Zen calm by following Clear’s counsel. He advises living in a more conscious way by replacing your less than helpful habits with those that nourish your life.


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    F. H. 8 months ago
    Good
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    K. B. getAbstract 1 year ago
    This is the best book I have read on how habits are created and the role they play in achieving success. It describes in plain English how habits are formed, how goals are achieved and how to create good habits and cancel the ones that are not serving you.
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    H. M. 2 years ago
    One of the best book I’ve read to date. A really eye opener for people wanting to achieve their habits but don’t see wins straight away. I would recommend everyone and anyone to read this book.