Atomic Habits by James Clear

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Book Information :::::…

  • Book Name: Atomic Habits
  • Book Author: James Clear
  • Book Categories: Health & Fitness, Psychological
  • Book Publisher: Avery
  • Publish Year: 2018
  • Book Language: English
  • Total Pages: 320 Pages
  • File Size: 26 MB

Book Description :::::…

This book does a great job of setting the framework for how habits are formed and shares insightful strategies for building good habits and breaking down bad ones. Although I was already familiar with the research behind habit formation, reading this book has helped me get to the habits that I am trying to adopt or break in my own life from different angles. But the book suffers from the same problem that seems to plague all self-help books. In the chapter on tracking habits, the author shares an anecdote about the practice of keeping a journal everywhere to track the thirteen qualities of Benjamin Franklin. If you’re interested in learning more about that story, Franklin tried to turn his thirteen multiplication into a habit by turning it into a thirteen-week course where he would work on a different quality each week and track their progress. The author conveniently omits the fact that Franklin quickly found the method impractical and abandoned the project before all thirteen multiples had been exceeded. It is very ironic to include this episode in a chapter that talks about the importance of “not breaking the chain”. So while the author is not completely wrong, I find it annoying that he tells this story in a way that fits his narrative. It is often found in self-help and popular science books that make you question the author’s intellectual rigor. Another of my criticisms of this book is that it could have been smaller. The last chapters of “Advanced Strategy” dealing with dominance were the weakest in the book. Although there is a clear connection between practice and domain, trying to link to something as complex as domain was probably too ambitious. The three-star rating I give this book does not reflect how important I think practice is. I totally agree with the author that habits are the foundation of your life. If you want to change your life in a meaningful way, the only reliable way I know is to build good habits. If you want to convince yourself that habits are important, I recommend this book. If you are already convinced, but are having trouble accepting or breaking habits, a quick reading through this book will give you some good ideas on how to stick to change.

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