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Summary of Atomic Habits

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What If You Were 37 Times BETTER Next Year?
No, this is not an exaggeration.
It’s simple math.
If you grew 1% a year for 365 days, you would’ve grown by 37 times by the end of the 365th day.
This is the power of compounding, or…
Atomic Habits.
First, we create our habits and then our habits create us. Makes sense? However, how many of us have learnt ANYWHERE, a class on creating our habits?
“Atomic Habits by James Clear” became a Wall Street Journal bestseller, USA Today Bestseller, Publisher’s Weekly bestseller and one of Fast Company’s 7 best business books of 2018 for good reasons.
Habits creates us. James Clear compiled his years of research and studies of habits into 4 simple steps that anyone could not only learn, but apply. Why? Because information is not power. It’s potential power. The real power comes from implementation and Atomic Habits is a book of implementation and execution. Are you ready?
Here’s what you’ll discover…
--— The First Law: Make It Obvious
What’s the building blocks of habit? How do we get better habits and what’s the real power of habits? Is self-control really that important? Is our environment or motivation more important? Dive deep!
--— The Second Law: Make It Attractive
How do we quit a bad habit? Have you ever wondered why smokers always smokes? It’s possible to rewire our brain to make a bad habit ‘unattractive’ and a good habit ‘attractive’. That’s the second law.
--— The Third Law: Make It Easy
No rocket science here. Learn how to form good habits easily. It’s much easier than you think if you learn the right system and have the right tools… for thinking and acting.
--— The Fourth Law: Make It Satisfying
What if your good habits felt better than bad habits? Is it possible? You bet. Be accountable, keep on track and discover how you can crave for the good habits much easier than you think. Woah… exciting isn’t it?
If you’re ready to make 2020 or any other year the BEST year of your life, grab a copy of this summary book. Learn. Love. Live.
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    Habibur Rahmanshared an impression2 years ago
    💞Loved Up

    Changes that seem small and unimportant at first will compound into remarkable results if you’re willing to stick with them for years.

    lyzisshared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Learn something new

    hkmmasishared an impression2 years ago
    💡Learnt A Lot

    It is a brilliant book with really life lessons.
    Few things I highlighted;
    Habits are great conservers of brain power but we need to review and improve.
    With sufficient motivation you can overcome significant obstacles.
    Desire for change motivates change
    People adopt groups preferences because they want to fit in


    Natallia Shauchenkahas quoted2 years ago
    what kind of person would successfully accomplish the things I want to accomplish?
    Natallia Shauchenkahas quoted2 years ago
    Every repeated instance of a new action is a “vote” for the old or new identity. If I go to the pool every day, I am a swimmer. If I knit several sweaters, I’m a knitter. To change your identity, you decide who you want to be and then vote for it with your actions
    Natallia Shauchenkahas quoted2 years ago
    Behavior that is incongruent with the self will not last.” Your self-identity can be either positive or negative.” You can think “I’m a runner” and with that mindset you are less likely to skip your daily run. If your view of yourself is that “I’m a reader” you will curl up with a book when others may be gathered around the television. But if your identity tells you “I’m not creative” you may hesitate to try painting, and if you are convinced that “I’m too clumsy to dance,” you will be tough to persuade to take up waltzing
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