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Book review: Atomic Habits

"Atomic Habits" by James Clear is a guide on how to build, keep good and break bad habits that contribute to a more successful life. The book is written in an easy-going and casual way and is pretty a quick read. Regardless of how good you are at keeping certain habits, you can relate to this book. Very often we set the goals, that we just can't achieve as we stop trying in the process. But in a busy and often stressful life, building strong and good practices can significantly improve the quality of our lives.

.As we all know, starting and keeping a good habit can be challenging, but every long road starts with a single step. Incorporating one tiny change into our routine can become the main driver of a positive change and get us closer to where we want to be. The important step in this process, that I learned from this book is really that change starts within, and us becoming the person of the new habit. Taking action is the step that will count in the end toward progress in forming new habits or goals.

I found this book simple, but yet useful as it sets some great tips if you want to accomplish something but don't know where to start. Very often we think we know it all until we need to do it... If nothing else, this book will set your mind in the right direction. That's primarily why I would recommend this book.

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