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Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones (urspr publ 2018; utgåvan 2018)

av James Clear (Författare)

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James Clear, an expert on habit formation, reveals practical strategies that will teach you how to form good habits, break bad ones, and master the tiny behaviors that lead to remarkable results. He draws on proven ideas from biology, psychology, and neuroscience to create an easy-to-understand guide for making good habits inevitable and bad habits impossible.… (mer)
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Titel:Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones
Författare:James Clear (Författare)
Info:Avery (2018), Edition: Illustrated, 320 pages
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I know the word "atomic" means small or tiny in this book, but I couldn't help but think about explosions every time I read the term "atomic habits".
Anyway, the idea is that small changes done consistently and with the right system will lead to extraordinary results.

I was already familiar with the concepts of habit formation (cue-routine-reward) described in the book "The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg so I must say I didn't see too many new insights in Atomic Habits.

James Clear presents the idea of the habit loop: cue-craving-response-reward. These four steps create a motivational loop that allows us to create habits. The cue triggers a craving, which leads to a response that satisfies the craving and that will become associated with the cue.
He presents a method to create good habits and break bad ones based on this habit loop.
So for creating a long lasting habit we must make:
- the cue obvious
- the craving attractive
- the response easy
- the reward satisfying.

And to break a bad habit we must make:
- the cue invisible
- the craving unattractive
- the response difficult
- the reward unsatisfying.

I found the anecdotes at the beginning of each chapter to be uninteresting as the book progressed. Maybe the predictability threw me off.

Overall it is a great book for someone who has never read about habits formation and it brings lots of practical examples. ( )
  noisydeadlines | Jul 30, 2021 |
Becoming 1% better in anything really adds up. Small changes make big difference, but they take time. You do not rise to the level of your goals; you fail to the level of your systems.

Example of mindset changes: the goal is not to treat a book;the goal is to be a reader.

Change old habits to begin better ones.

Connect new habits with old habits.

Self control is really about structure. If you don't have to use willpower
because your environment doesn't demand it, you'll do better.

Realize that the things you need to do are not things you HAVE to do; they are has you are blessed to get to do.

Matter the smallest version of a new habit, as frequently as possible. Add the next smallest step to the habit, each time. Eventually you will ingrain the habit into your daily routine.

Make your changes visible, by creating a way to see the reward of your changes. If saving money for a very large goal, reward yourself with a small thing, such as a trip out for ice cream after certain levels have been attained. This will help with motivation.

Choose the way you identify yourself. Do not identify yourself by your career because someday you will likely no longer work that career. Instead, identify yourself by the character traits that make you a good worker. ( )
  BoundTogetherForGood | Jul 18, 2021 |
As I write this, Atomic Habits has spent 85 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list in the category ‘Advice, How-To and Miscellaneous’. This is extraordinary, and out of curiosity I decided to try it.

James Clear is not a scientist, though he’s a self-declared expert on habits, and my first impression of the book as I read about a childhood accident he had, his experience as a baseball player and businessman, was not a good one. But the book grew on me.

He writes well, he cites good sources (all footnoted), he sums up his main points at the end of every (very short) chapter, and the book makes sense.

The basic point – made by him and others who write about this field – seems to be to make small changes, be consistent, and over time you’ll get results.

If you’re struggling with the examples he frequently cites — you want to lose weight, read more books, do better in your profession, etc. — this book is not a bad place to start. ( )
  ericlee | Jul 16, 2021 |
Habits aren't hard to understand. They're things you keep doing. James Clear tries to make them complex with graphs showing "results" on a curve. There's no evidence that self-improvement is anything but linear, but no matter. His tenets are simple: Make a routine easy, obvious, attractive and satisfying and it becomes habit-forming. Chain simple things together to do a complex thing; find an immediate payoff and you'll stick with it. All useful in finding discipline or making good things happen.
  rynk | Jul 11, 2021 |
I didn't think I'd get much out of Atomic Habits but hoped for one or two interesting tidbits that I could incorporate into my life. Once you're as old as I am, you've heard so many tips and tricks and "life-changing advice" that there's rarely anything offered up in a self-help book that's new. But Atomic Habits surprised me. I've already incorporated one idea into my daily routine and feel good about it.

The thing I liked the most about the book is that the author doesn't pretend to be perfect or have it all figured out but he presents plenty of tiny real-life options that, when added together, can make big changes. ( )
  amcheri | May 25, 2021 |
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If there’s an Armageddon and my backpack only allows for five books to bring to a new planet, Atomic Habits by James Clear is one of them.
 
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