The more I live, the more the urge to transform myself away from the vices that hamper my growth. Off lately there has been a yen for leading a balanced and high-spirited life. And when there is a fallout in my body and mind, I always uncomplicate it with books. They make sense, and develop good habits.
Let’s Summarize James Clear
The book is all about how we should train our minds to form habits that are productive. “Tiny changes, remarkable results”, forms the gist of the book. Before indulging into anything, ask yourself- “Do I want to become this?” Be present for the moment. Being present will persuade you to begin the good habit that has to be cultivated. Another important aspect is to create the surroundings in sync with the habit that has to be imbibed. Keep a track. Don’t break the chain. And always remember, bigger goals lead to delusions, smaller lead to achievements.
The book for me is an English version of Geeta’s anatomy. Don’t focus on the results but make the process- “obvious, attractive, easy, and satisfying”.
The whole formula might appear as an easy process, while reading the book. But true efficacy can only be measured, how a reader executes the needful. If you are someone who seems to be interested in working towards self-improvement, give this one a try.
Disclaimer: Books act on different levels, in cases of different people. Someone might need a read and is good to go. Someone might take two or more re-reads. And some might fall under more miserable conditions. But always remember books are the only friends that never let us down.
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