Oct 22, 2018
Have you ever tried to break a bad habit or create a good one and struggled to get the results to stick? James Clear has solved the problem and shares some of the science behind habits in this podcast and his new book. Listen in now.
8:40 How James Clear became Interested in Habits
12:25 Why the title “Atomic Habits”
20:55 We do not rise to the level of our goals, we fall to the level of our systems
26:10 The Four Stages of Habits and the Four Laws
45:55 Behaviors that get rewarded get repeated
52:10 Reflection and Review
Getting in Touch
Link to Atomic Habits Book: Atomic Habits on Amazon
About James Clear (We will let James tell you)
I uncover the latest scientific research and explain it in a way that you can easily understand and actually use. As I share these science-based ideas for living a better life, I like to showcase the habits and rituals of athletes, artists, and entrepreneurs. By analyzing the stories of top performers from many different fields and understanding proven scientific principles, we can start to tease out the common characteristics that make these people the best at what they do.
My specific focus is on self-improvement tips based on proven scientific research.
I believe the best way to change the world is in concentric circles: start with yourself and work your way out from there. If you get yourself sorted out, then that is one less person for the world to worry about. You'll be in a position to contribute rather than consume. You will add order rather than disorder.
I write about the art and science of how to live better. Science because I am concerned with the root causes of our behavior and the data behind high performance. Art because I want to figure out how to apply these ideas and put them into daily practice.
But I don't merely write about things. Along the way, I like to try out the concepts for myself as I experiment with building better habits as an entrepreneur, writer, and weightlifter. In the end, my work ends up being one-part storytelling, one-part academic research, one-part personal experiment. It's a colorful blend of inspirational stories, academic science, hard-earned wisdom.
The primary place that I share this information is through my weekly newsletter. Hundreds of thousands of people receive my articles via email each week. You can sign up below. You'll only get information on how to master your habits and live a better life. Nothing annoying or unexpected.
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