Atomic Habits

Atomic Habits

An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones. Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results

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192

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

16.10.2018

Verlag

Penguin LLC US

Seitenzahl

320

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Wall Street Journal bestseller
USA Today bestseller
Publisher's Weekly bestseller
One of Fast Company's 7 Best Business Books of 2018
One of Business Insider's Best Self-Help Books of 2018


"A supremely practical and useful book. James Clear distills the most fundamental information about habit formation, so you can accomplish more by focusing on less."
-Mark Manson, #1 New York Times best-selling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
 
James Clear has spent years honing the art and studying the science of habits. This engaging, hands-on book is the guide you need to break bad routines and make good ones.
-Adam Grant, New York Times best-selling author of Originals, Give and Take, and Option B with Sheryl Sandberg

"A special book that will change how you approach your day and live your life."
-Ryan Holiday, bestselling author of The Obstacle is the Way and Ego is the Enemy

As a physician attempting to help my patients build healthy habits to decrease and reverse chronic disease, Atomic Habits is the playbook I have been searching for. Not only does the book offer actionable items I can teach my patients, I can refer them to read and implement the ideas themselves. The format is powerful and simple. This should be taught in all medical schools.
-Laurie Marbas, MD, United States Air Force veteran

Atomic Habits was a great read. I learned a lot and think it ll be helpful to a lot of people.
Gayle King, co-anchor of CBS This Morning and editor-at-large for O, The Oprah Magazine
 
Useful new book
Wall Street Journal
 
In Atomic Habits, Clear will show you how to overcome a lack of motivation, change your environment to encourage success, and make time for new (and better) habits.
Glamour.com
 
Atomic Habits is a great book for anyone who is frustrated with the way they can t seem to kick that one (or two dozen) bad habit(s) and wants to finally achieve health, fitness, financial freedom, great relationships, and a good life.
Medium.com
 
Excellent. Well worth the read.  
Benjamin Hardy, Inc.com

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192

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

16.10.2018

Verlag

Penguin LLC US

Seitenzahl

320

Maße (L/B/H)

23.2/16/3.3 cm

Gewicht

514 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-0-7352-1129-2

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Atomic Habits Review A-L. W.

Anna-Lea Wölfle aus Zürich am 31.10.2023

Bewertungsnummer: 2058348

Bewertet: Buch (Gebundene Ausgabe)

This book is all about how small changes can make a big difference in our lives. Clear says, that by focusing on these small things we do every day, we can make our lives better. He uses stories and examples that make it easy to understand how our habits shape our lives. One thing that stands out is how easy the book is to read. It feels like Clear is talking directly to you, and he shares his own struggles, which makes you feel like you're not alone in trying to make changes. Some might find some of the stories a bit too much, but I think it really helped getting into the topic. Clear also says it's more important to focus on the little things we do every day than to just think about our big goals (often without real action!). This is helpful because it encourages us to make changes that we can keep doing for a long time, because they each don't require a ton of effort.  The book is organized really well, with each part building on the last. Clear makes it simple to understand even if you're not a science expert. One of the best things is that Clear gives us easy steps we can follow to make good changes. Personally, I feel like it plays a big role in what kind of environment one is living / grew up in, but i guess theres something in there for everone. In summary, the book is an easy-to-read book that can help you make positive changes in your life. While it might simplify things sometimes and could talk more about the tough parts of changing habits, it's still useful if you want to improve yourself. I read this book for a class at University and it inspired me to change my bad habit of not being productive in the mornings. Of course, it will be a long way until it will be easy for me to just jump out of bed and start watching recorded lectures on my laptop... but even the tiny step of not lying wide awake in bed at 8 a.m. and scrolling on my Phone, but instead getting up and eating breakfast in front of my laptop while planning the day has helped me be more productive during the day and never having to watch any lectures in the evening because I just didn't get to it before. So if that does sound like a success to you, I can really recommend Atomic Habits!

Atomic Habits Review A-L. W.

Anna-Lea Wölfle aus Zürich am 31.10.2023
Bewertungsnummer: 2058348
Bewertet: Buch (Gebundene Ausgabe)

This book is all about how small changes can make a big difference in our lives. Clear says, that by focusing on these small things we do every day, we can make our lives better. He uses stories and examples that make it easy to understand how our habits shape our lives. One thing that stands out is how easy the book is to read. It feels like Clear is talking directly to you, and he shares his own struggles, which makes you feel like you're not alone in trying to make changes. Some might find some of the stories a bit too much, but I think it really helped getting into the topic. Clear also says it's more important to focus on the little things we do every day than to just think about our big goals (often without real action!). This is helpful because it encourages us to make changes that we can keep doing for a long time, because they each don't require a ton of effort.  The book is organized really well, with each part building on the last. Clear makes it simple to understand even if you're not a science expert. One of the best things is that Clear gives us easy steps we can follow to make good changes. Personally, I feel like it plays a big role in what kind of environment one is living / grew up in, but i guess theres something in there for everone. In summary, the book is an easy-to-read book that can help you make positive changes in your life. While it might simplify things sometimes and could talk more about the tough parts of changing habits, it's still useful if you want to improve yourself. I read this book for a class at University and it inspired me to change my bad habit of not being productive in the mornings. Of course, it will be a long way until it will be easy for me to just jump out of bed and start watching recorded lectures on my laptop... but even the tiny step of not lying wide awake in bed at 8 a.m. and scrolling on my Phone, but instead getting up and eating breakfast in front of my laptop while planning the day has helped me be more productive during the day and never having to watch any lectures in the evening because I just didn't get to it before. So if that does sound like a success to you, I can really recommend Atomic Habits!

Atomic Habits review by Aydin Dib

Bewertung am 30.10.2023

Bewertungsnummer: 2057553

Bewertet: Buch (Gebundene Ausgabe)

“Atomic Habits" by James Clear is a masterclass in understanding the transformative power of habits. At the heart of Clear's discourse is the idea that minute, consistent changes can compound over time, culminating in significant outcomes. His writing style, seamlessly blends anecdotal evidence, scientific research, and personal insights, making the book an engaging and inspiring read. The narrative begins with a foundational premise: tiny actions, when aggregated, can lead to monumental shifts in one's life. This concept is as inviting as it is persuasive, providing hope that dramatic life improvement doesn’t necessarily require dramatic changes. Instead, it can be the accumulation of small tweaks that push the needle over time. Clear underscores this with examples from various fields, illustrating how consistent, minor improvements can result in top-tier performance over time. However, this oversimplified portrayal is a double-edged sword. On one hand, the simplicity offers hope and clarity. On the other, I found myself occasionally skeptical. Can significant life changes always be attributed to small habitual shifts? While Clear makes a compelling case, I couldn't help but wonder about the myriad challenges inherent in habit change that weren't deeply explored. Life, with its unpredictable challenges and setbacks, isn't always conducive to the linear progression Clear suggests. Diving deeper, the book offers four primary rules for fostering beneficial habits: Make it Obvious, Make it Attractive, Make it Easy, and Make it Satisfying. These guidelines are presented in a structured, easy-to-digest manner. Particularly noteworthy is the concept of "habit stacking." By tethering a new habit to an already established one, Clear provides a tactical strategy for habit incorporation, maximizing the likelihood of long-term adoption. A standout section for me was Clear's discourse on identity-based habits. He posits that for habits to truly stick, they need to be rooted in one’s identity. For instance, someone who identifies as a writer will find it easier to maintain a daily writing habit. This symbiotic relationship between identity and habits is a fresh take in the self-improvement genre. Yet, while the idea is tantalizing, I felt a deeper dive into the psychological intricacies behind identity formation and its relationship with habits would have added more depth. Clear also emphasizes the profound influence of our environment on habit formation. By manipulating one's surroundings, one can cultivate or curb specific behaviors. While this is undoubtedly true, there's an unspoken privilege in having the capacity to control one's environment. How do we navigate situations where external factors are beyond our immediate control? A more detailed discussion in this area would have been beneficial. In conclusion, "Atomic Habits" stands out in the crowded self-help genre. It offers readers an actionable roadmap to self-improvement, backed by Clear’s insightful analysis. Though some areas felt overly streamlined, and I yearned for a more in-depth exploration in parts, the book's core message resonates. Small, consistent actions can, and often do, lead to significant transformations. Reading "Atomic Habits" with both an open heart and a discerning mind offers a well-balanced approach to extracting the book’s abundant wisdom.

Atomic Habits review by Aydin Dib

Bewertung am 30.10.2023
Bewertungsnummer: 2057553
Bewertet: Buch (Gebundene Ausgabe)

“Atomic Habits" by James Clear is a masterclass in understanding the transformative power of habits. At the heart of Clear's discourse is the idea that minute, consistent changes can compound over time, culminating in significant outcomes. His writing style, seamlessly blends anecdotal evidence, scientific research, and personal insights, making the book an engaging and inspiring read. The narrative begins with a foundational premise: tiny actions, when aggregated, can lead to monumental shifts in one's life. This concept is as inviting as it is persuasive, providing hope that dramatic life improvement doesn’t necessarily require dramatic changes. Instead, it can be the accumulation of small tweaks that push the needle over time. Clear underscores this with examples from various fields, illustrating how consistent, minor improvements can result in top-tier performance over time. However, this oversimplified portrayal is a double-edged sword. On one hand, the simplicity offers hope and clarity. On the other, I found myself occasionally skeptical. Can significant life changes always be attributed to small habitual shifts? While Clear makes a compelling case, I couldn't help but wonder about the myriad challenges inherent in habit change that weren't deeply explored. Life, with its unpredictable challenges and setbacks, isn't always conducive to the linear progression Clear suggests. Diving deeper, the book offers four primary rules for fostering beneficial habits: Make it Obvious, Make it Attractive, Make it Easy, and Make it Satisfying. These guidelines are presented in a structured, easy-to-digest manner. Particularly noteworthy is the concept of "habit stacking." By tethering a new habit to an already established one, Clear provides a tactical strategy for habit incorporation, maximizing the likelihood of long-term adoption. A standout section for me was Clear's discourse on identity-based habits. He posits that for habits to truly stick, they need to be rooted in one’s identity. For instance, someone who identifies as a writer will find it easier to maintain a daily writing habit. This symbiotic relationship between identity and habits is a fresh take in the self-improvement genre. Yet, while the idea is tantalizing, I felt a deeper dive into the psychological intricacies behind identity formation and its relationship with habits would have added more depth. Clear also emphasizes the profound influence of our environment on habit formation. By manipulating one's surroundings, one can cultivate or curb specific behaviors. While this is undoubtedly true, there's an unspoken privilege in having the capacity to control one's environment. How do we navigate situations where external factors are beyond our immediate control? A more detailed discussion in this area would have been beneficial. In conclusion, "Atomic Habits" stands out in the crowded self-help genre. It offers readers an actionable roadmap to self-improvement, backed by Clear’s insightful analysis. Though some areas felt overly streamlined, and I yearned for a more in-depth exploration in parts, the book's core message resonates. Small, consistent actions can, and often do, lead to significant transformations. Reading "Atomic Habits" with both an open heart and a discerning mind offers a well-balanced approach to extracting the book’s abundant wisdom.

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