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James Clear
Author of the NYT bestseller, Atomic Habits (). I write about habits and continuous improvement. Join my free weekly newsletter:
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Ali Hamed 18h
Don’t tell me your goals unless you are also gonna tell me how you plan on getting there I find myself thinking about what I learned from Atomic Habits on a daily basis now...
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James Clear 19h
Replying to @ro_hit_ @nickp48 and 4 others
I've written a little bit about mental models (and would love to write more in the future), but has the most comprehensive list so far.
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James Clear 19h
Replying to @shaun_keune @baronfig
Thanks for ordering! Sorry about the shipping issues. Looping in to help figure things out.
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James Clear 20h
Replying to @MarcMalotke
Will do. Also, if you order now, we will ship you one as soon as the next shipment arrives.
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James Clear 20h
Replying to @Stephen_Logan
If desired, you can use the One Line Per Day section at the front of the Habit Journal for your daily reflection and the habit trackers in the back to keep you on task with other habits.
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James Clear 20h
The Habit Journal. A journal that makes it easier to build better habits. (Note: We sold out immediately, but we are air freighting the next shipment to get them back in stock quickly!)
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James Clear Jan 17
In my opinion, minimalism is most effective when practiced in the following manner: 1) The goal is not to have the least amount of things, but the optimal amount of things. 2) The optimal amount depends on your goals. 3) The optimal amount is almost always less than you think.
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James Clear Jan 18
“Trust your preparation.” My dad would say this to me before every big game, presentation, etc. It not only helped to ease my nerves in the moment, but also reinforced the more important point: Come prepared.
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James Clear Jan 18
Replying to @sleepyhollowboo
Fascinating! Thanks for sharing. If you have something I can cite (a letter, an interview, etc.) then I'll add it to the footnotes on that article.
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James Clear Jan 18
Replying to @johnholtmagic
Just sent one out this week:
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James Clear Jan 17
I’ve got money on .
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James Clear Jan 17
In my opinion, minimalism is most effective when practiced in the following manner: 1) The goal is not to have the least amount of things, but the optimal amount of things. 2) The optimal amount depends on your goals. 3) The optimal amount is almost always less than you think.
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James Clear Jan 17
Agreed! I'm actually working on an article about this right now.
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James Clear Jan 17
Replying to @KMeierNSICU
Good suggestion. I plan to share more example of how to use the Habit Journal in the future. For now... 1) There are 16 pages of examples in the Toolkits at the back of each journal. 2) Some examples in this article:
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James Clear Jan 17
Replying to @andrewhammac
This is the winner.
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James Clear Jan 17
What is one topic (besides habits) that you would like me to write about?
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James Clear Jan 17
Replying to @rolandleth @baronfig
Thanks! Happy to hear you are enjoying it.
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James Clear Jan 16
Replying to @steve_j_burt
Sadly, yes. We sold out of the first two print runs almost immediately. But we are working to air freight the next print run and start shipping in March.
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James Clear Jan 15
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James Clear Jan 15
Replying to @wp_smith
Thanks! I designed it myself.
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