Atomic Habits by James Clear is the definitive guide on habit change. Learn how to create good habits and break bad ones with a simple step-by-step framework based on the best techniques from behavioral science. Highly practical, a must-read if you’re looking to upgrade your behavior and make the best version of yourself.
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“Every action you take is a vote for the type of person you wish to become. No single instance will transform your beliefs, but as the votes build up, so does the evidence of your new identity.”
- The Fundamentals: Why Tiny Changes Make a Big Difference
- The 1st Law: Make It Obvious
- Inversion of the 1st Law: Make It Invisible
- The 2nd Law: Make It Attractive
- Inversion of the 2nd Law: Make It Unattractive
- The 3rd Law: Make It Easy
- Inversion of the 3rd Law: Make It Difficult
- The 4th Law: Make It Satisfying
- Chapter 15: The Cardinal Rule of Behavior Change
- Inversion of the 4th Law: Make It Unsatisfying
- Advanced Tactics: How to Go from Being Merely Good to Being Truly Great
“How to Stick with Good Habits Every Day
One of the most satisfying feelings is the feeling of making progress.
A habit tracker is a simple way to measure whether you did a habit—like marking an X on a calendar. Don’t break the chain.
Habit trackers and other visual forms of measurement can make your habits satisfying by providing clear evidence of your progress.
Whenever possible, automate measurement. Limit manual tracking to your most important habits. Record each measurement immediately after the habit occurs. ”
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