James Clear: Atomic Habits – Book Review

Author: James Clear

Title: Atomic Habits

My rating: 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌕

Summary:

James Clear talks about the power of habits. He establishes a revolutionary way to get 1 per cent better every day. He shows how to reach your full productivity, without burning out right at the beginning. Showing up everyday is hard, but it’s essential for progress. Are you ready to reach your full potential? Than pick up this book!

What did I like?

The whole book is simple, easy to understand and has a bunch of great headlines for different chapters, that will keep you going. You will want to know more and more as you read it.

James Clear uses great and very interesting stories as examples for each part of the habit building journey. I found myself talking about what I’ve read to others, and I even did some research on some of the examples he used.

I’m not a big annotater, but I had to underline some valuable thoughts and quotes in this book. I really felt like I gained some value from it.

What I didn’t like?

Honestly, before I sat down to write this review, I went through the book to find something I didn’t like about it, and I couldn’t notice anything.

Maybe one thing that would be useful in my opinion if it would have more graphics in it. That’s the only thing I managed to come up with.

Who do I recommend it to?

To anyone who feels like time is slipping through their hands and they wanna get ahold of it. Creating habits is key if you want to achieve your goals or shape your identity into the person you always wanted to be.

I think this book is also perfect for someone who wants to start their self-development journey and they have no idea on where to begin.

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