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:- …
Paperback, 320 pages
Published July 29, 2018 by Random House Business.