|ISBN: 9780735211292||Number of Pages: 320|
|Publisher: Avery||Book Title: Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones|
|Publication Year: 2018||Target Audience: Trade|
|Author: James Clear||Reading Age: 18+|
Minor changes, significant results
Whatever your goal, Atomic Habits provide a proven framework for improvement every day.
James Clear,one of the world’s leading habit forming experts, provided you with concrete tips on how to create healthy habits, kick bad habits, and master small habits that can have major benefits.
If you have difficulty in changing your habits, it’s not your problem. The problem is all with your system – bad habits are repeated because you don’t have the right system in place to change them.
You didn’t reach your goal. Your system level is down. This is a system that can help you achieve more than you thought possible.
James Clear is known for making complex topics easy to understand and apply to everyday life. Here, he drew on the most mature views in biology, psychology and neuroscience to create a simple and good guide, making good habits inevitable and bad habits impossible.
Readers will be inspired and entertained by the true stories of Olympic gold medal winners, award-winning artists, life-saving physicians, and comedians.
This book can help you learn how to:
- Set aside time for new habits
- Overcome the lack of motivation and willpower;
- When you deviate from the course, return to the right track;
- Design your environment to make success easier;
… and more.
Atomic habits will give you with the strategies and tools that you want to change your habits and rebuild your way of thinking about progress and success.
If you want to achieve any goal, whether it’s for an organization, team, or individual, we can help you achieve it.
The Book win The New York Times bestseller ranked first. More than 4 million copies sold!
Atomic-Habits is one of the best books on self discipline, Best Discipline Books In 2022
About the Author
James Clear is a famous American habit research expert, founder of habit college, and best-selling writer of New York Times.
James Clear founded the famous Habit Institute, which later became the preferred training platform for many organizations and individuals eager to cultivate good living and working habits.
Many Fortune 500 companies and growing start-ups have sent their leaders and ordinary employees here to participate in training. In total, more than 10000 leaders, managers, coaches and teachers graduated from Habit College.
Its personal website, jamesclear.com, has nearly 500000 subscribers and millions of visitors every month.
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Table of Contents
Preface My Story
Why is it significant to change the basic principles
Chapter 1 The amazing power of micro habits
Chapter 2 How Your Habits Shape Your Identity (and vice versa)
Chapter 3 Four Steps to Cultivate Good Habits
The first law makes it obvious
Chapter 4 The Man Who Sees Wrong
Chapter 5 The best way to develop new habits
Chapter 6 The driving force is overestimated, and the environment is often more important
Chapter 7 The Secret of Self Control
The second law makes it attractive
Chapter 8 How to Make Habit Irresistible
Chapter 9 The Role of Relatives and Friends in the Formation of Habits
Chapter 10 How to Find and Eliminate the Root of Your Bad Habits
The third law makes it easy
Chapter 11 Walk Slowly, But Never Back
Chapter 12 The Principle of Least Effort
Chapter 13 How to Use the Two Minute Rule to Stop Procrastination
Chapter 14 How to Make Good Habits Inevitable and Bad Habits Difficult to Form
The fourth law makes it pleasant
Chapter 15 Basic Rules for Behavior Change
Chapter 16 How to Keep Good Habits Every Day
Chapter 17 How Accountable Partners Can Change Everything
How to change the advanced tactics from simple good to real great
Chapter 18 Uncover Genius (When Genes Are Important or Not)
Chapter 19 The Blonde Girls’ Guidelines: How to Stay Motivated in Life and Work
Chapter 20 The Negative Effects of Cultivating Good Habits
Conclusion The secret of achieving lasting results
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