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Atomic habits : Tiny changes, remarkable results : an easy and proven way to build good habits and break bad ones

Atomic habits : Tiny changes, remarkable results : an easy and proven way to build good habits and break bad ones
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ISBN 9781847941831
Call Number 155.24 Cle
Author Clear, James
Title Atomic habits : Tiny changes, remarkable results : an easy and proven way to build good habits and break bad ones
Place of production London : Random House Business Books, 2018
Notes Originally published: New York : Avery, 2018.
Contents note Machine generated contents note: The Fundamentals: Why Tiny Changes Make a Big Difference -- 1.The Surprising Power of Atomic Habits -- 2.How Your Habits Shape Your Identity (and Vice Versa) -- 3.How to Build Better Habits in 4 Simple Steps -- The 1st Law: Make It Obvious -- 4.The Man Who Didn't Look Right -- 5.The Best Way to Start a New Habit -- 6.Motivation Is Overrated; Environment Often Matters More -- 7.The Secret to Self-Control -- The 2nd Law: Make It Attractive -- 8.How to Make a Habit Irresistible -- 9.The Role of Family and Friends in Shaping Your Habits -- 10.How to Find and Fix the Causes of Your Bad Habits -- The 3rd Law: Make It Easy -- 11.Walk Slowly, but Never Backward -- 12.The Law of Least Effort -- 13.How to Stop Procrastinating by Using the Two-Minute Rule -- 14.How to Make Good Habits Inevitable and Bad Habits Impossible -- The 4th Law: Make It Satisfying -- 15.The Cardinal Rule of Behavior Change -- 16.How to Stick with Good Habits Every Day --
Contents note continued: 17.How an Accountability Partner Can Change Everything -- Advanced Tactics: How to Go from Being Merely Good to Being Truly Great -- 18.The Truth About Talent: (When Genes Matter and When They Don't) -- 19.The Goldilocks Rule: How to Stay Motivated in Life and Work -- 20.The Downside of Creating Good Habits -- Conclusion: The Secret to Results That Last -- What Should You Read Next? -- Little Lessons from the Four Laws -- How to Apply These Ideas to Business -- How to Apply These Ideas to Parenting -- Acknowledgments -- Notes.
Notes Atomic habit (a·tom·ic hab·it) n. A small habit with big results. People say when you want to change your life, you need to think big: swap job, move house, change partner. But they're wrong. World-renowned habits expert James Clear has discovered a completely different way to transform your behaviour. He knows that lasting change comes from the compound effect of hundreds of tiny decisions – doing two push-ups a day, waking up five minutes early, or holding a single short phone call. He calls them atomic habits. In Atomic Habits, Clear delves into cutting-edge psychology to explain why your brain can amplify these small changes into huge consequences. He uncovers a handful of simple life hacks (the forgotten art of Habit Stacking, or the unexpected power of the Two Minute Rule), to show how you too turn minuscule shifts in behaviour into life-transforming outcomes. And he reveals a simple four-stage method that will let you build atomic habits into your day-to-day routine, starting now. These nuclear changes will have an explosive effect on your career, your relationships and your life.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Psychology
Behavior therapy
Self-actualization (Psychology)
Habit breaking
Behavior modification
Genre Health & Wellbeing
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