Atomic Habits by James Clear

“Atomic habits” is a term coined by James Clear in his book “Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones.” In the book, Clear defines an atomic habit as a small, incremental change in behavior that, when compounded over time, can lead to significant improvement or transformation.

Clear argues that it is often difficult for people to make large, dramatic changes in their lives because they require a lot of effort and discipline. Instead, he suggests that people focus on making small, incremental changes in their habits, which can eventually lead to significant progress.

Clear also emphasizes the importance of consistency in building atomic habits. He argues that the key to making a habit stick is to make it easy to repeat and to do it consistently, rather than trying to rely on sheer willpower or motivation. By focusing on small, consistent changes, people can gradually build the habits they want to form and break the habits they want to change.

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