by James Clear

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    • The book was short, simple, concise and practical. The strategies and tactics are easily understood and easily applied. Highly recommend.
    • Such useful information, like his emails.Just have to follow the ideas!!
    • All I can say is wow. I've been reading a lot of self-improvement books over the past year and I loved this one. The writing is clear and easy to understand but also enjoyable.Most importantly, I found the content to be so practical, useful, and motivational. This book doesn't just tell you to set goals or talk about vague concepts. James Clear breaks everything down methodically and logically. He gives you a good combination of science, statistics, and real life examples for every talking point in the book.Overall a great piece of work, and I'm very sorry that I haven't heard of his website before I read the book. I've definitely been missing out! I'll be recommending this book to all my friends. I think most people could learn a lot from this book!
    • 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)
    • Great read with great ideas for making small changes that can lead to big transformations!