Dan Builfford

ATOMIC HABITS

THE LATEST STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUES:
BUILD GOOD HABITS
BREAK BAD HABITS
END NEGATIVE THINKING

Habits are the cornerstone of how we live our lives, and good habits are the foundation of a successful life. In fact, understanding how habits work is actually the key to building good habits and breaking bad habits, whether with regard to weight loss, regular exercising, better productivity, defeating negative thinking, overcoming addiction, or achieving overall success, etc. This great book will teach you about habits, why habits exist, how they are built, how they are broken, and how you can easily change your own habits to transform your life. 
This book will teach you about: habit and goal identification, mindfulness, motivation, commitment, using the atomic steps or mini steps tactic, the importance of timing to habit modification, dealing with obstacles, role model emulation, the trigger tactic, environmental modification, the importance of monitoring, journaling and rewarding, how to avoid inevitable temptations, and the habit-twinning, and habit-counteracting tactics. And most importantly, this book also discloses the greatest habit change secret of all time!
The bottom line is this: if you desire to acquire the strategies and techniques that can help you to change any aspect of yourself, or to rapidly build the good habits you need, or to quickly break your bad habits (including ending the bad habit of negative thinking), or simply to prepare yourself for greatness and transform your life, BUY THIS BOOK NOW!
68 printed pages
Original publication
2018

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Impressions

    Alberto CRshared an impression4 months ago
    👍Worth reading

    Todo bien hasta que se agregaron los matices religiosos. Sobran.

    Ari Donaldsonshared an impression5 months ago
    👎Give This a Miss

    The book is written in an insanely repetitive manner, the author could have excluded 1/3 of the content and delivered the same message. this is also allegedly a book about breaking habits with phycological facts, which was great at first, until the author his religion down your throat towards the end of the book. other than that, there's a few good bits of info but i wouldn't buy the book.

    Anna Tereshchenkoshared an impression4 months ago
    👍Worth reading

Quotes

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    is approached deliberately, methodically, with eyes wide open.

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