by James Clear

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    • "Not another recycled book on habits..." This was my initial thought, but I was mistaken. This is the first habits book that gives you a practical plan for adding new habits, improving existing habits, and removing bad habits. It is a powerful tool chest that you will be able to start using immediately to make improvements. It is written in a way that stacks on the previous lesson, reinforcing the method. By the time you finish reading the book, you will feel like you can finally build habits more predictably and get rid of the ones that are holding you back.The author is an amazing writer. Simple, "clear" style, without fluff. He curates the existing methodologies and science, and presents them in a logical manner within his framework. The supplemental material that accompanies the book is super helpful and he has a journal on the way to help with implementing the process.You now have the tools, so no more excuses.
    • Like others who have written reviews I have followed James Clear since he started his blog and find his style of writing appealing because it’s “clear” (no pun intended), pragmatic and believable because he has “clearly” (again, no pun intended) done his homework and thoroughly researched the ideas he presents. Also, like other reviewers, I have read A LOT about habits, behavior change and I’m familiar with premises behind the tiny changes and habit stacking models. When James announced his book release I was excited for his accomplishment and admittedly a bit dubious about what new idea could he possibly add. I like this guy and he does practice what he preaches but what else can you add to developing positive habits that’s not already been said. Well, after reading Atomic Habits I can honestly say that James Clear has not only added quite a lot but did so in an engaging, enjoyable manner that includes relevant stories and examples. If you are seeking to change or improve habits then please do yourself a favor and read this book. Seriously you won’t need all the other books because this one has covered an exhaustive amount of research and makes it easy for you to understand how to change your habits (hint: it’s not you —it’s your system)
    • The book was short, simple, concise and practical. The strategies and tactics are easily understood and easily applied. Highly recommend.
    • I've been reading James Clear's newsletter since 2012 so had very high expectations for Atomic Habits. From the very first pages, James takes it to a new level. The density of actionable insights is outstanding and I found myself highlighting passage after passage. I now have a roadmap and the toolkit to build better habits that I can really stick to.Atomic Habits is a masterclass for those of us seeking to level-up and reach our potential. 10/10 I recommend!
    • As an avid reader of management, leadership, and behavioural books, Atomic Habits is a very good read. James' message is clear, his system is simple, and what he asks of his readers is surprisingly little (no pun intended). What I appreciate most is James' ability to present today's leading ideas and practices in very tangible, and relatable stories. I enjoyed reading this book from start to finish, and am already finding value in applying it's principles. Don't just read this book and put it down...put the system to the test.