Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones Free Audiobook Download by James Clear

Atomic Habits was released in 2014 by James Clear. "The whole point of a habit," he says, "is that it is like riding a bike. It's easy and fun to start, but getting good at it takes time." Clear explains that the struggle of creating a new habit is often too difficult for most people. His solution is the Atomic Habits method: "21 steps for building any new behavior or breaking any bad one."

Atomic Habits is the new book written by James Clear that is a guide to help you create good habits and break bad ones. In this book, Clear talks about how we are constantly creating new habits with our current behavior because it is not natural to do something for an extended period of time. These habits can be positive or negative depending on what they are.

This audiobook is an easy, proven way to build good habits and break bad ones. It's based on a concept called the "habit loop." The habit loop goes like this: cue-routine-reward. We decide what behaviors we want to adopt or change, identify opportunities for cues (such as sticking with a workout routine when there's no time or inspiration), and develop a routine (exchanging the cue for doing a specific activity at the same time everyday).

The app Atomic Habits will help you achieve your goals. It tracks habits, monitors patterns and allows you to pause habits that are no longer serving you or your goals.

Habits are the building blocks of successful life. Atomic Habits explains why habits exist, what makes a habit and how to use them to build good habits and break bad ones.

James Clear is a self-improvement expert and bestselling author. He has created a free course, called Atomic Habits, that teaches users how to build good habits and break bad ones. This audiobook download helps you gain more confidence by preparing yourself for success.

Published Date 2018-10-16
Duration 5 hours 35 minutes
Author James Clear
Narrated James Clear
(1211 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Non-Fiction
Parent Category Psychology, HR & Office Administration

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