I've been reading James Clear's work for a long time. In fact, I can remember his first two blogs, one for photography and the other was Passive Panda. Since that time his exploration of habits and how to modify them has easily equaled or surpassed the work of Charles Duhigg.I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking to improve and build good habits or stifle and destroy bad ones. As I have the audio version, one of the reasons I give the book 4/5 is due to the speed at which he speaks, which is not bad and I admit to being spoilt by the professional narrators of two other audiobooks in, Deep Work and Rejectionproof. The other reason is the reliance on the work of social scientists, psychologists, etc. I realize that a number of books in the self-improvement space use scientific studies from the above-mentioned fields but the scandals concerning p-hacking and failure to replicate experiments make me wonder how valid the examples in this book and books like it really are.Having said all of that, I would not have stuck with James all these years if he did not provide information that was useful and more importantly, actionable. I look forward to reading whatever he writes next.