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Atomic Habits

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James Clear

Your life will not be transformed overnight by a tiny change in your behavior. But if you perform the behavior every single day, you can see huge changes in your life. Turning your life around is not about making great advances or radically changing everything you do. It's about building a lasting, effective set of habits that, together, produce remarkable results. FINAL ACTION Review your habits and reflect on them regularly. If there is a skill that you really want to master, review your progress and adjust your habits regularly. When something becomes a habit, we stop thinking about it. So without clear intentions, we will not improve any further. Schedule an annual review to fine-tune your habits. The annual review should summarize what went well, what didn’t, and what you learned. Make an Integrity Report at least once a year. The report should have answers to the following questions: What are the core values that drive my life and work? How am I living and working with integrity right now? How can I set a higher standard in the future?

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Atomic Habits (2018) lays out a practical system to form good habits and break bad ones. By combining cognitive and behavioral research with real-life examples, James Clear illustrates how small changes in our behavior over time become lifelong habits and help us achieve success.

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Your life will not be transformed overnight by a tiny change in your behavior. But if you perform the behavior every single day, you can see huge changes in your life. Turning your life around is not about making great advances or radically changing everything you do. It's about building a lasting, effective set of habits that, together, produce remarkable results. FINAL ACTION Review your habits and reflect on them regularly. If there is a skill that you really want to master, review your progress and adjust your habits regularly. When something becomes a habit, we stop thinking about it. So without clear intentions, we will not improve any further. Schedule an annual review to fine-tune your habits. The annual review should summarize what went well, what didn’t, and what you learned. Make an Integrity Report at least once a year. The report should have answers to the following questions: What are the core values that drive my life and work? How am I living and working with integrity right now? How can I set a higher standard in the future?

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Small changes can lead to big results.

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Habits are formed through four stages: cue, craving, response, and reward.

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Making your cues obvious is key to forming new habits.

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If you want to build a new habit, make that habit as easy to adopt as possible.

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Receiving immediate satisfaction from your habits is key to behavior change.

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