ATOMIC HABITSJune 11, 2020
Atomic Habits is written by James Clear. It is one of the best books written on Habit. This book helps in bringing good habits into Habit. This book is based on the real life example, which suggests that small changes are necessary in making good habits. it helps you to achieve big things.
ATOMIC HABITS SUMMERY
The British cycling team had won only one gold by 1970–2003. Gradually, his skills were getting reduced. And even the tour de France, which was the biggest bicycle tournament, also had poor performance. Because of this, he was refused by the bicycle maker of Europe to give him a bicycle. Now a few days later the British cycling team put Dawes Brailsford as the new coach. He was very different from the rest of the coaches. His way of working was different from the rest of the coach. Because he worked on his own straggias. Therefore, he always followed the path of success.
”THE AGGREGATION OF MARGINAL GAINS”
[ He worked on everything from the British Cycling Company and redesigned Kia which is very important for a rider. And they also got their result. He was in the Beijing 2008 Olympics, with 60% of his gold medal team.]
MOREL:- THE AGGREGATION OF MARGINAL GAINS
This principal is based on 1% change. That means improve every work by 1% and when you improve all these things by 1%. All these things are mixed then its result is excellent.
FACTS:- How we bring small habits into the Habit and one day it changes a lot in our life.
ATOMIC HABIT BOOK SUMMERY:-
Your behavior is your behavior that you make without thinking or without thinking. Our habits are part of our daily routine. Many habits are not good for us. And we do not even know which habit is right for us.
GOALS ∝ REJULTS
Goals are right to follow any direction but they have to make their system to work.
There are two types of people in the world
Winners and losers have the same goals. But rely on Winners Systems. And the Losers only rely on the Goals. They do not work on the system.
ATOMIC HABITS BOOK BIG QUOTE
Many of us want to change and move forward but do not want to lose our identity so they are not able to achieve much.