Atomic Habits

by James Clear

Category: Business & Economics

Book Reviews

  • Sketching User Experiences by Bill Buxton and William Buxton The Choice by Eliyahu M. Goldratt About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction Design by Alan Cooper, David Cronin, and Robert Reimann Outcomes Over Output by Josh Seiden Decode and Conquer by Lewis C. LinLink to Tweet
  • Today I would like to share another book that I really enjoyed: ‘Atomic habits’. It taught me about the importance of small habits, consistency, time keeping, self-discipline, good planning, and preparation. All valuable lessons that help me to achieve my goals. to Tweet
  • @plattttttttt @ezerfernandes The chart comes from Atomic Habits, an excellent book. Maybe, just maybe, a good way of trying to improve every day is not precisely to get up in arms against a motivational chart trying to discredit how mathematically realistic it is. I’d recommend you read the book.Link to Tweet
  • I am working on a list of the 100 most impactful books read by curious people. Ten of my most impactful: — “We Were Soldiers…” — “Shoe Dog” — “The Great Gatsby” — “12 Rules” — “Atomic Habits” — “Zero To One” — “Range” — “American Rule” — “Take Ivy” — “Barracoon” 📚👇🏽Link to Tweet
  • I learned how to hack habits with help from @JamesClear’s book Atomic Habits. He breaks it down into a science: Rule #1: don't rely on motivation. It's a finite resource and unpredictable for long-term change.Link to Tweet
  • Special thanks to @GavinSBaker for the topic suggestion! Follow him for powerful investing and technology insights. For more on Kaizen, use these resources: Atomic Habits by @JamesClear: Continuous Improvement by @JamesClear: to Tweet
  • We run a book club at @wingify and the last book we read was Atomic Habits by @JamesClear. We will publish the best notes to come out from the club. For Atomic Habits, @ishan_goel made really good notes: to Tweet
  • A few books that I credit to helping me when mental health falters: 1: Atomic Habits (James Clear) 2: Can't Hurt Me (Goggins) 3: The Daily Stoic (Holiday) 4: Driven (Douglas Brackmann) 5: GRIT (Angela Duckworth) If I could buy these for everyone I would.Link to Tweet
  • @ChrisOwensDev First off, I love Atomic Habits and never shut up about it. Second, I haven’t read a bad Michael Lewis book yet! I haven’t read The Fifth Risk though, and that ones a fairly different direction.Link to Tweet
  • Atomic Habits by @JamesClear is one of the best-selling books of the year. Three lessons: 1) He’s been interviewed on more than 100 podcasts. 2) His blog is a testing ground for ideas. Only the best ones made it into his book. 3) He has more than 500,000 email subscribers.Link to Tweet
  • I only read Atomic Habits recently, but @JamesClear’s point about the smoker resonated. I wanted to be someone who only drank on special occasions, and my habits followed. to Tweet
  • @kieran_tie Honestly can’t think of a single book I’ve ever read about web design sorry! That’s just not how I do design learning. In general I think everyone should read Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon, and also Atomic Habits by James Clear. But neither are specific to web design.Link to Tweet
  • @jordantcarlisle @maxcan @terronk First, I have trained w the best in the world. Featured in this book. Second, from a medical perspective: Third, read Atomic Habits. to Tweet
  • After 3 years of work, I am very excited to announce that my first full-length book will be published by Penguin Random House on October 16th. The title is Atomic Habits and to make this book a success, I need your help. Here are 4 ways you can help: to Tweet

About Book

James Clear presents strategies to form good habits, break bad ones, and master the tiny behaviors that help lead to an improved life.

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