It’s not difficult to get caught inside improving your life and never taking the initiative, while you are too busy bustling on a pile of self-help books. In any case, every so often, a book comes in this classification that conveys guarantees and gigantic worth to its readers.
Atomic Habit is one of the books, and the reason is very specific on why it has sold 3 million copies in less than three years. In this book, the author focuses on “atomic habits” – a term that he uses to describe small improvements made on a daily basis so that small wins and tiny breakthroughs add up to noticeable change that can be celebrated.
“If you can get just 1 percent better each day, you’ll end up with results that are nearly 37 times better after one year”
In intervals of just 1% per day, you can become more productive, get closer to your goals, and achieve the life you want. James Clear’s celebrated system of building and sticking to healthy habits helps readers override a lack of willpower and come to a place of inner strength and belief in themselves
Clear also offers ways to succeed in building good habits. He feels that success is the product of daily habits and not necessarily a one-time decision to change your life and then implement a short-term strategy.
I would urge you to get a copy and read the rest for yourself. In case you’re battling with your habits, this is a must-book for you. I believe a book this book can completely change you.