I’ve written previously about how much of a nerd I can be when it comes to personal development books. (Basically I buy two versions of the really good ones.)
Atomic Habits is one of those books that I feel is worth the price of both the audio and hardback versions.
The book is chock-full of practical tips. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is serious about developing healthier habits.
In the 3.5 minute video above, I discuss the concept of habit-stacking (one of many tips that James Clear shares in the book), and I share an example of how I am doing this in my own life.
I hope you find this tip as useful as I do! :)
P.S. In Atomic Habits, James Clear also talks about the importance of culture. He writes:
One of the most effective things you can do to build better habits is to join a culture where your desired behavior is the normal behavior... If you're surrounded by fit people, you're more likely to consider working out to be a common habit. If you're surrounded by jazz lovers, you're more likely to believe it's reasonable to play jazz every day. Your culture sets your expectation for what is "normal." Surround yourself with people who have the habits you want to have yourself. You'll rise together.
If you’re looking for a culture that can help you reach your health goals, I invite you to join the mHp Facebook Group! (It’s free!) Lots of great conversations take place in the group. Click here to join us!
This post was originally published on January 11, 2019.