James Clear - Small Habits, Big Results


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James Clear - Small Habits, Big Results
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Whether you realize it or not, most of the THOUGHTS and ACTIONS you take daily are based on HABITS you’ve developed over time. Your brain is wired to CONSERVE ENERGY whenever possible, and one of the ways it does this is by falling back to what it already knows. AND WHAT YOUR BRAIN KNOWS ARE HABITS. For the past 10 years, JAMES CLEAR has sought the answer to a single question we’ve all asked at one time or another…HOW CAN WE LIVE BETTER? As you’ll discover, much of the answer lies in our HABITS. In fact, through his ongoing research, James has become a groundbreaking EXPERT this subject. His book, ATOMIC HABITS, has sold more than 5 MILLION COPIES worldwide and been translated into more than 50 LANGUAGES. Developing the right habits is an ESSENTIAL BUILDING BLOCK of my success and something I still work on daily, so I was pumped up for this week’s episode. You will be, too. Like any other way to improve your life, there’s a right way to develop good habits, and James lays out a detailed 4-STEP STRATEGY for doing so. From my experience, I’ve learned you don’t need to make massive changes in your habits. Often you just need to change ONE MORE HABIT to propel you to new and much higher levels of success. When you stack up small improvements by executing the right habits, you create a COMPOUNDING EFFECT that produces tremendous results. We also get into how your habits are affected by your physical and social environments, James’ 4 Laws of Behavior Change, and why “NO” is the ultimate productivity hack. Let’s face it, saying NO is a problem we often struggle with (including me!), so this is a part of our exchange you’ll really want to FOCUS on. If you have problems breaking bad habits, lack the motivation to change your habits, or struggle with life in general, it’s time to hear what James has to say so you can change your habits and start CHANGING YOUR LIFE.  

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the power of one more

Ed Mylett