How to become 37.78 times better at anything | Atomic Habits summary (by James Clear)

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Atomic Habits can help you improve every day, no matter what your goals are. As one of the world's leading experts on habit formation, James Clear reveals practical strategies that will help you form good habits, break bad ones, and master tiny behaviors that lead to big changes.
If you're having trouble changing your habits, the problem isn't you. Instead, the issue is with your system. There is a reason bad habits repeat themselves over and over again, it's not that you are not willing to change, but that you have the wrong system for changing.
“You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems” - James Clear
I’m a huge fan of this book, and as soon as I read it I knew it was going to make a big difference in my life, so I couldn’t wait to make a video on this book and share my ideas.
Here is a link to James Clear’s website, where I found he uploads a tonne of useful posts on motivation, habit formation and human psychology.
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Lessons you will learn from reading Atomic Habits
• How to make time for new habits ;
• How to overcome a lack of motivation and willpower;
• How to design your environment to make success easier;
• How to get back on track if your habits break down
• How to overcome the plateau of latent potential
00:00 Introduction
01:32 Atomic Habits
07:15 Law 1 - Make it Obvious
11:06 Law 2 - Make it Attractive
15:38 Law 3 - Make it Easy
18:13 Law 4 - Make it Satisfying
21:35 How I personally use this book
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Kanye Southeast
Kanye Southeast Жыл бұрын
You're that one kid everyone wanted in their presentation group. Seriously this is amazing production quality.
Greenback Otoo
Greenback Otoo 18 күн бұрын
Arguably he deems fit
Mind Yo business
Mind Yo business 18 күн бұрын
Or maybe he used the things in this video to become this hood over time and wasn’t like this as a kid
Avik Bal (Avik Bal, NowThisDigital)
Avik Bal (Avik Bal, NowThisDigital) 19 күн бұрын
Thank you so much for your inspiration.
Denisia Adams
Denisia Adams Ай бұрын
very true
Imran 4 ай бұрын
To people who are reasoning why he isn't publishing new videos expeditiously is because he does everything himself, reading the book, organizing the summary, voice-overs and editing, which entirely shifts the understanding of the video from perplexing to startling elementary. All these videos take significant endeavour, time and skills, matter of fact, he has a job too. Like and subscribe to him to give moral and financial support. Put value to his exertion.
supercoolguy 11 күн бұрын
The foundation of this, Sounds like Awaken The Giant from the 90's. And Robbins rehashed this from even older self-help books.
Brian 24 күн бұрын
It's a government channel. It's not even a human, just some dumb automated AI who creates the content.
The-Lenny-Dood 24 күн бұрын
Understandable, have a nice day.👍
Wolfy Wolf
Wolfy Wolf 25 күн бұрын
If that's the case 100%, then KZbin should pay him more for his views
Lémon Lémon 🍋
Lémon Lémon 🍋 Ай бұрын
If you’re truly implementing the tools, knowledge and concepts these video’s explore, you’d have to rewatch the same video a number of times to get the most out of it.
M UMAIR ABBAS 2 ай бұрын
"The Goal is not to run a marathon, it's to become a runner." I think this is an awesome mindset because not only does it help you stick to your habits, but it will make you comfortable with failure. Even if you don't complete that marathon, you're still a runner and it won't put you off trying again. “You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems” - James Clear I have already ready this book and this is the perfect summary. I recommend everyone to read it. Good effort to make such summaries. 👍
McJorneil 3 ай бұрын
Can confirm that the atomic habits approach to life does indeed work. When I was younger I would always struggle with drawing. Once I learned about the 1% better every day tip and the 2 minute rule, and put those into practice, I made more progress in 6 months than I had made in 10 years. This year I added learning Japanese to my every day routine and now I practice that 7 days a week, along with my drawing practice. Oh sure, I'm not a master of either skill, but I'm definitely way further along than I would have been if I had never tried improving myself by just a little bit every single day. They've also opened more doors for me in terms of having more people to converse with about those subjects. You won't notice the results right away, but if you keep at it you will reach a breakthrough moment. It's like leveling up in an RPG. Although I got financially wrecked this year thanks to car trouble and inflation, my overall productivity was better than the last 4 years combined. Next year I plan to stack other habits like learning more about 3D modeling/animation, and practicing how to play music. I have a lot of creative ideas I want to put out into the world and atomic habits are helping me achieve that. So yeah, in summary.... LEARN TO APPLY THIS SHIT TO YOUR LIFE BECAUSE IT WILL MAKE YOU SO MUCH HAPPIER! 😂
Ethan McPhie
Ethan McPhie 14 күн бұрын
my like ruined the 420
ricardodelacrvz 20 күн бұрын
I have routines written all over the place in small posti ts so I dont forget about them: something like NSDR, supplements, cold exposure, sun exposure 10min, temporal distancing, 3rd person talking, journaling, walks in nature, reflecting on gratitude and weightlifting. The thing is the sooner you start taking a step into good habits the faster is to you to achieve anything in life faster since its all connected. Our brain works 95% of the time subconsciously. Its really hard to break behaviour patterns. So the best thing is to do is write those habits. I really reccomend people doing meditation if they want to change their life faster.
Jonathan George
Jonathan George 22 күн бұрын
@McJorneil great way to look at it
McJorneil 22 күн бұрын
@Jonathan George Yes, I'd say so if you're trying to develop a good study habit. For me personally, something I've been attempting for the past two months is to watch/listen to Udemy course lectures during the first couple of hours I'm at work. When the task I'm doing doesn't require much mental/physical effort or concentration (especially since I've been doing it for a long time), I can preoccupy my mind with learning. I haven't been able to do it every single day, but it helps me get through the tedious stuff when I can. Those minutes are going to happen anyway, so might as well take advantage of them and learn something new that might help you make more money in the future. 😂
Jonathan George
Jonathan George 22 күн бұрын
@McJorneil same thing applies to studying right?
Hello Hello
Hello Hello 6 ай бұрын
“Success is the product of daily habits - not once in a lifetime transformations” - James clear Prioritize systems over goals, in other words, how you’re going to achieve the goal Goals are good for setting a direction, but systems are best for making progress Atomic habits are small routines or behaviors that accumulate to produce incremental positive outcomes over time What really matters are the little decisions and actions we take Just as atoms are the building blocks of molecules, atomic habits are the building blocks of remarkable results 3 layers to behavioral change: 1. Outcomes: what you get 2. Process: what you do 3. Identity: what you believe, how you think about yourself and others Focus more on the person that you want to become instead of the results that you want Analogy: The goal isn’t to learn an instrument, it’s to be some a musician, the goal isn’t to run a marathon, it’s to become a runner When something in your life becomes a part of your identity, that’s when your behaviors will start to change. Eg: when you tell yourself and others “I’m a runner”, you want to live up to that identity, to your and others’ expectations The habit loop: Habit is formed and reinforced by means of a continuous feedback loop: 1. Cue (Phone buzz) 2. Craving (Want to know who texted) 3. Response (Pick up the phone) 4. Reward (Solve the problem) Sometimes rewards are chained to cues: Eg: checking FB is the cue to checking YT to Instagram and so on, 20 mins have passed. The more you repeat these habit loops, the stronger and more automatic they become\ try to think of any cues in your daily life that are initiating your good or bad habit loops How can we influence the habit loop to work for us? Law 1: Make it obvious Most of your current habits are so automatic that you don’t realize them. You must first realize your habits before you can change them You can achieve this with a habit scorecard: 1. List down all your daily habits from morning to night (eg: wake up, brush teeth, eat, shower, social media) 2. Observe your habits. categorize each habit as +, -, or neutral Quite often, the reason people fail to stick to a habit is not because of a lack of motivation, but because a lack of clarity For clarity, you will need: 1. Time and space: I will (behavior) at (time) in (this location) Bad example: I will read more this month Good example: I will read a book for 15 mins daily at 6am in this spare bedroom 2. Stacking habits: After (current habit), I will (new habit) Eg: After I brush my teeth, I will stretch for 5 minutes A chain of habits is more likely to be sustained if you practice this consistently, you need a trigger cue Trigger should be something you do automatically every day, such as waking up or brushing your teeth 3. Environment vs motivation You can better shape your behavior by designing your environment Creating a habit requires you to redesign the space around you to make it easier to see the cues for the desired habits and avert bad habits by making them invisible. If you want to read a book, leave it somewhere visible in your room. If you want to stop watching your phone, leave it out of the room Law 2: make it attractive The more rewarding an action is, the more likely we are to repeat it until it becomes a habit We are more motivated to act when our dopamine levels rise Dopamine spikes Before going to vacation, sometimes the thinking and anticipation is better than the actual vacation. It’s the anticipations that surges dopamine. The craving is what causes us to take action in the first place Strategy, Temptation bundling: Combine an action we need to do with an action we want to do (Bundle Netflix w/ working out) Group influence: Find groups to join where the habit you desire is the norm Reprogram your brain to enjoy hard habits: You can make hard habits attractive if you can learn to associate them with a positive experience By highlighting the benefits of a habit rather than its downsides, you can make it seem more appealing Eg: cleaning up the house = peace of mind, not wasted time Breaking a bad habit: make it UNattractive: Highlight the benefits of NOT doing the habit to make it as unattractive to keep doing as possible. Law 3: Make it easy How long does it take to form a habit? A habit becomes increasingly automatic as it is repeated As you repeat an activity, your brain changes to become more efficient at doing it Law of least effort: The more energy required, the less likely it is to happen Reduce friction associated w/ our good habits and increase friction associated w/ our bad habits Prime the environment for use: Eg: To cook something, gather the ingredients and the tools the night before so that the next day you’re good to go 2 minute rule to stop procrastinating Find a simple 2 minute version of your desired habit, scale down your desired outcome. Running a marathon becomes putting on your shoes & stretching for 2 minutes Reading an hour per day becomes reading 1 page get the routine anchored in place and slowly build up the difficulty Breaking a bad habit: make it difficult Law 4: Make it satisfying The most important rule What is immediately rewarded is repeated What is immediately punished is avoided This last law increases the chances of repeating the habit next time Don’t break the streak Breaking a bad habit: make it unsatisfying Get someone to monitor you Habit contract
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Thania Ribeiro
Thania Ribeiro 19 күн бұрын
Thank you so much!
Javier Alv San
Javier Alv San 24 күн бұрын
Thanks, merry new year, happy christmas and jolly easter. Enjoy your summer and don't slip on the ice! :)
Shristi Singh
Shristi Singh Ай бұрын
Thanks 🙏🏻
Skool of Life
Skool of Life 2 ай бұрын
Thank you.❤️
The Freyer
The Freyer Ай бұрын
Also a powerful habit I have learned: Plan your day at the evening of the day before before going to bed. This will not only help to be more productive the next day, but also makes you sleep better because most of the possible uncertainties are already elaborated.
Sasha 2 ай бұрын
This was FULL of great advice about habit formation, but what stood out to me most: "DON'T BREAK THE CHAIN - lost days hurt you more than successful days help you." That is too true. I'll try to keep that in mind as I work out, study Spanish, practice keyboarding, etc.
Just Shan
Just Shan 5 ай бұрын
I love how he's building his habits on the exact ones I needed which are "working out" and "studying". I'm also currently reading this book and I think he covered the content pretty nicely.
Good 4 ай бұрын
It's the most common types of people so yeah
Endurance 13 күн бұрын
I genuinely appreciate the exertion applied into this content for best possible viewer experience. Moreover, the insights are exceptionally powerful. Well encapsulated. I owe you one.
ben e
ben e 7 күн бұрын
dunning Kruger at work here
Boss LadyLaLa
Boss LadyLaLa Күн бұрын
I have two print copies of this book . . . One I study and the other for my home library. Plus I have an iBooks copy in my iPad and audio copy for when I am driving. It is spectacular. This video is also phenomenal and well explained a summary of Atomic Habit. Amazing. I love love love the visuals which is how my brain learns and process. So well done. I can’t say enough about this video. Love it and I do plan to share with others.
Kultus Күн бұрын
One space after punctuation, not two or three, only one
Carter Gibb
Carter Gibb 26 күн бұрын
I started with 100 push ups a day. I was already pretty fit but I want to become much stronger. 3 months later I'm at a minimum of 500 a day. I started out with just the pushups, but now I regularly go the gym and exercise every part of my body. I've also started eating healthier food and more of it, as well as drinking a lot more water. I feel like a new person, and I'm just getting started. Thank you for this fantastic video, it was a huge help to me getting started.
Tiitus Karimies
Tiitus Karimies 17 күн бұрын
He think he one punch man
Kate 26 күн бұрын
thats incredible congrats
Lakesha Laky
Lakesha Laky Жыл бұрын
"We feel good about our bad habits immediately, but very bad about them in the long run." "We feel bad about our good habits immediately, but very good about them in the long run."
sinewave 2 ай бұрын
except for us adhd types there is no long run and now i hope everyone understands
dj3012 2 ай бұрын
Absolutely! Instant Gratification seems to be a bigger enemy than it generally feels!
dj3012 2 ай бұрын
@Carlos Flores Herrera thanks for sharing!
Lakesha Laky
Lakesha Laky 4 ай бұрын
@Oliver James McVittie exactly! That is another way of saying it! Unfortunately most of us humans do the instant gratification thing in life. Also, mindlessness is super common which is usually stems from mindless shows, and frivolous songs.
Oliver James McVittie
Oliver James McVittie 4 ай бұрын
Do the hard work now and you'll be better off in the long run or take the easy choice now and be prepared to do the hardwork down the line.
Timothy Schuman
Timothy Schuman 9 сағат бұрын
It’s so refreshing to finish reading the book and get a visual overview after. Thanks for the great content ❤
Wise Talker
Wise Talker 3 ай бұрын
“A slight change in your daily habits can guide your life to a very different destination.” - James Clear This quote is really similar to what *Aristotle* wrote ages ago: "For one swallow does not make a spring..."
Naeem Nagori
Naeem Nagori 5 ай бұрын
never experienced any kind of book summary as clear and understandable as yours, and your voice over and graphics are well matched together. All in all, great video, appreciate your efforts that you put into the video. : )
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Life of Aai
Life of Aai 23 күн бұрын
I can't tell you how well this video has been made. I've read the book Atomic Habits but this video was so well summarised with personal examples especially. Thank you so much. I just shared this with my husband. I've been asking him to read the book for a long time now. But I'm sure he can spare 30 mins to watch this video. Keep up the good work ❤️
Nimba 3 ай бұрын
For the people who think doing little can lead to big like he is explaining in the beginning. I stopped having more then 1 snack a day. I lost over 10 pounds in 2 months
Ibrahim’s Travels
Ibrahim’s Travels 2 ай бұрын
@H. Vicente yes but you must be 21 years old. Idk how my auntie lost 40 pounds at 64. HELP!
H. Vicente
H. Vicente 2 ай бұрын
@Ibrahim’s Travels Everyone has a metabolism, you wouldn’t exist without one. I lost 10kg (22lb) from switching my daily snacks with a sugar free tea instead. Placing blame on unhealthy eating habits on metabolism/genetics is just copium.
Ibrahim’s Travels
Ibrahim’s Travels 2 ай бұрын
You have metabolism lol
Rekunance Ch. BAEtuber
Rekunance Ch. BAEtuber Жыл бұрын
"The Goal is not to learn an instrument, it's to become a musician." "The Goal is not to run a marathon, it's to become a runner." Underrated words~ Thanks for helping me a better person~ You earned a sub!
Barbara Minton
Barbara Minton Ай бұрын
@Lucifer Valentine right some people think that making money is the point of life. Eliminate anything that doesn’t make money. Learning to play an instrument develops a lot more than reading music and tooting a horn. It brings pleasure and can be done well into old age. Lots of things don’t make money but they sure do make quality in a life.
Choose Carefully
Choose Carefully Ай бұрын
He's skirting *around* a truth. Likely doesn't realize it either. I want *society to see me as* respectable: calling me A Musician might accomplish this. Reducing the title has a dismissive tone such as "just" a guitar-player. So there's a conflict here. _You may_ regard yourself as A. But everyone wants _others to_ hold them with respect. To the extent that when these two things conflict, guess which wins? Society's views. Every time. How many examples do you want? If Kim Jong-un tried to inject an untested product into An American Child we'd bomb his nation. If The Hell's Angels were caught dumping corporate wastes for $, we'd demand the gang to be disbanded. But we _can't_ prosecute a Single Politician for the same things? That's not what Constitutional Laws say. In fact, they say exactly the opposite. But the fears of all those around us make us all think that decisions made by corrupt politicians are Unquestionable. So none of this works if you're trying to stand up to Authority Figures.
Daily Info
Daily Info 8 ай бұрын
dreams 9 ай бұрын
@Stefan Filipov I wanted to be a pro gamer but I literally can't it's all genetics doesn't matter how hard I train you need insane hand eye coordination, crazy reaction time, and hyper fast problem solving. You can't just train for that, it's genetics + training. Everyone can train to be a gamer not everyone can train to be a pro gamer.
Stefan Filipov
Stefan Filipov 9 ай бұрын
I have to disagree, your goal in anything you do should be simply to be the best. Before you become the champion, you have to be the champion, to live the live of a champion. Easier said than done though. But without critical determination, we are bound to be average. This is what stands between the mediocre and the very best.
Seneca Tyree
Seneca Tyree Ай бұрын
That part about making separate zones in your house really works! I was already doing this for about a year or so. And then I saw this video and was like “Yo, I’m on the right track”. I turned my basement into a studio zone. 2. Workout Zone with weights, pull up bar and more. 3. Study zone (prayer, studying and reading) And I constantly keep it very neat and tidy every week.
Iván Rivera
Iván Rivera 3 ай бұрын
This is a great summary! I've read the book and even done workshops based on this content, but the way this is condensed and explained is fascinating. Well done! You won a new subscriber here.
Ben Bechor
Ben Bechor 5 күн бұрын
I really liked the clarity, and also the amazing animation. magnificent! It's been a year since then, I'm interested to know if you managed to keep the habits? What have you learned since then? Thank you
Joseph Reagan
Joseph Reagan 5 ай бұрын
I think the 2-minute strategy is brilliant. You just show up and encourage yourself to do just a little bit more, and eventually, you have a new routine.
Sheila Annah
Sheila Annah 4 ай бұрын
I looove this book! What we think is what brings forth habits - It's also so important to look at our mindset as we navigate habits and how to become better versions of ourselves. I think this book goes so well with "Greater thinking = Greater living" by Sheila Shanny. I'm sure you'll love it!
Ali Abdaal
Ali Abdaal Жыл бұрын
Bloody hell mate this production value is insane
sunita kale
sunita kale Жыл бұрын
@Escaping Ordinary (B.C Marx) Please tell me what you use for the presentation I really need that. Btw loved the video 😄
Kuya Ferds
Kuya Ferds Жыл бұрын
sounds aussie
Escaping Ordinary (B.C Marx)
Escaping Ordinary (B.C Marx) Жыл бұрын
Hi Ali.....Big fan of your channel👍...Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment.. Appreciated 🙏
Leo Fan
Leo Fan Жыл бұрын
Surprised you haven’t seen this video before- I bet you’ve read the book though ahahaha
Jackie Hibbert
Jackie Hibbert 6 ай бұрын
This video is just INCREDIBLE!! I know this video must’ve taken a lot of work so I definitely appreciate the effort that was put into this!!!!!! I’m in the middle of reading atomic habits right now and see a video that puts everything into perspective is truly a blessing!!! You have definitely just got yourself a new subscriber from this video!! 😊🙌🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Rick Bat
Rick Bat 5 күн бұрын
Brilliant presentation I'm highly appreciative of your video summary, It has given me some food for thought to practice new habit forming techniques. You sir are what we in the downunder refer to as a Legend.
Big E
Big E 6 ай бұрын
I think it's important to realize that each of us is responsible for the actions we take every day, and for how we respond to external stimuli.
David Russell
David Russell 2 ай бұрын
As the Great Dr. Covey Said "Between every STIMULUS and a CHOICE!!" There is where our personal power begins! (me)
Robert Shaver
Robert Shaver 5 ай бұрын
I'm 73 years old and still learning how to get myself to accomplish what I say I want accomplish. My time is running out. Don't get me wrong, I've had a great life so far and being retired is the best job I've had so far. My goal is to write some stories like the ones I read when I was a new teenager. These are stories that made me determined to become an electronics engineer. Song story short, I've had a wonderful career designing and programming hardware with commuters in them. I made good money and, most importantly, I loved it. I love stories in books and in moving pictures. I've read over thirty five books this year so far. I thought this would make it easy for me to write similar stories. It wasn't. I think Atomic Habits and this video are going to be a great help in changing my system to something that will help me accomplish this. I have done it for my fitness. I started walking an hour and a half almost three years ago and it was easy. Somehow almost by accident, I created a habit of rising before dawn and walking about five miles five or six times per week. It was easy but I didn't know why. This video based on Atomic Habits made me realize that I deployed some of those principals accidentally. Now I'm going to apply them on purpose to my writing. NaNowRimo (National Novel Writing Month) is starting in November. The goal is to write 50,000 words in November. That's about 1613 words per day. That's a lot of words but, the real goal is to write some every day and that's what I'm going to do. Thank you B.C. Marx, you have inspired me to create a new system that supports my writing goals.
Blue valley
Blue valley 3 ай бұрын
DAS Crypto
DAS Crypto Жыл бұрын
this could be the best review of any 'self-help' book I've ever seen. Not only a great summary... but concrete examples of how you used the knowledge to develop real systems for change. Outstanding!
寺田和暉 Жыл бұрын
@Alexandra Almanzar 😛
Alexandra Almanzar
Alexandra Almanzar Жыл бұрын
Yea dude you get an A+++ for this.
Resniel Maaño
Resniel Maaño Жыл бұрын
I can't stop watching 💯🚀
Ethan Song
Ethan Song Ай бұрын
Thank you for the excellent video! It is so clear, so concise, so informative!
Escaping Ordinary (B.C Marx)
Escaping Ordinary (B.C Marx) Ай бұрын
Glad it was helpful!
Paul Li
Paul Li 12 күн бұрын
Such a GREAT visualised book summary! Already applying the techniques!
Wing Hong Wong
Wing Hong Wong 7 ай бұрын
I admittedly fall into procrastination a lot (never finishing objectives I set for myself), but watching this video does give me inspiration to do better. Good video by the way, excellent presentation of key points
Jennifer Jung
Jennifer Jung 2 ай бұрын
This was an amazing summary! "Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate." - Carl Jung
Ernst Schneider
Ernst Schneider 7 ай бұрын
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vinay 6 ай бұрын
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Beatrice Sanna 7 ай бұрын
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Beatrice Sanna
Beatrice Sanna 7 ай бұрын
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Beatrice Sanna
Beatrice Sanna 7 ай бұрын
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Chloe Crosbie 7 ай бұрын
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Zeel Kinkhab
Zeel Kinkhab Жыл бұрын
*We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.* One of the best book ever read, with most practical advice . The idea is to be 1% better everyday
ukeonthebeach 11 ай бұрын
@Luke S Then why does Clear give a specific % and go on to say you can be 37 times better at the end of the year. Take his formula out to 2 and 3 years and see how ridiculous it is to use 1% as an illustration of the concept. I bet Clear did that extension and figured he could get away with 1 year as most people wouldn’t bother or don’t understand the math involved to extend the formula. Cliche to say, but The Hammer nailed it.
Luke S
Luke S Жыл бұрын
@The Hammer It's the concept that is important. Each person will apply this subjectively in their own lives. Perhaps, you missed this part.
Luke S
Luke S Жыл бұрын
@wasup When was the last time you turned your phone of and didn't use it or think about it for at least 8 hours? I suggest you MAKE TIME to do this at least once a week.
ukeonthebeach Жыл бұрын
@The Hammer The biggest problem with the 1% compounding idea is that it assumes equal time and effort to improve on day 364 as on day 2, regardless of how much you know. Should be obvious but the more you know, the harder it becomes to improve 1% each time.
vaibhaV Sharma
vaibhaV Sharma Жыл бұрын
I know that humans are habitual , why to read a book about it , if we do something 21 days we get habitual blah blah blah ..., That's why I don't read books now
Naazia kauser
Naazia kauser 10 күн бұрын
Thank you sooo much for this much-needed video, the presentation and narration are on point and really clears a lot of concepts from the book 😊😊
godfrey ogembo
godfrey ogembo 6 ай бұрын
It's been 2 months since I watched this video and my habit change has been sequential and highly immense. I'll definitely read the book.
Jaroslaw Siemek
Jaroslaw Siemek Ай бұрын
Amazing content - a life changer! I've been stuck in a loop of bad habits, even knowing they were there, but couldn't break free. Now I see things can be done easy and fun, and what is most important, permanent! Keep up the good work mate! I love it!
Marvin 2.0
Marvin 2.0 11 күн бұрын
Wow that was an amazing summary and visual workflow example!!! Thank you so much for this!! I hope your good habits are going strong!!
子婷 Күн бұрын
This is such a great video summarizing a really good book! Thank you.
Mad :0
Mad :0 7 ай бұрын
I feel like internally, I always knew these things, but I’ve never acted on them. It’s nice to hear them plainly. :)
Shannon Bryant
Shannon Bryant 2 ай бұрын
I agree! It helps to have it broken down step by step & hearing it explained a different way.
Rex Flamingo
Rex Flamingo 4 ай бұрын
For more content like this👇
ernestito2222 5 ай бұрын
“You cannot teach a person something he does not already know, you can only bring what he does know to his awareness.” - Galileo Galilei
Ahmad Ridzwan
Ahmad Ridzwan 5 ай бұрын
generally self improvement books tell you the obvious things you already knew but seeing it being presented, structured and worded is what gives it its power of realisation
Sami Sikdar
Sami Sikdar 6 ай бұрын
That’s how I feel when I read any self-help book
Lyrog 2 ай бұрын
I unconsciously went and sat in a coffee shop to listen to this video and halfway through realized I accidentally did what the book was all about: getting out of my appartment to avoid negative cues and using the link in my brain between coffee bars and reading/writing in order to absorb the information more easily. I get it now!
Amanda Oliveira
Amanda Oliveira Күн бұрын
this video is so good. Very enlightening! I have the worst attention span and was able to watch til the end because of how well explained this video is.
AB AlMheiri
AB AlMheiri 25 күн бұрын
Loving this channel !!! Thank you KZbin and the team behind this channel
Leonor C.
Leonor C. 8 күн бұрын
What a great summary. Thanks for making this video!
Matt Kriese
Matt Kriese Ай бұрын
Words cannot describe the importance that ABA has had in my life. Ever since I discovered it I wanted to learn more. Eventually I read this book which confirmed a lot of what I learned in school. Now I use ABA in my day to day life and I come back here frequently. I also get to teach it to the students that I support, and show them just how many amazing strategies there are that can help them. There is hope for us all out there, and part of it is definitely found once we learn to understand our own behaviours :) Thank you for this great video. I will continue to learn from it for years to come I'm sure!
vi2e 11 ай бұрын
"get rid of social media" seems to be the number one key element in any of these type of motivational/life coaching-videos!
Adinda Tasya Aqila
Adinda Tasya Aqila 5 ай бұрын
@Welch Productions yes but most people get easily distracted and these days were designed to distract people on purpose. Turning your internet off from time to time sounds ok
SeGGee | s666xy
SeGGee | s666xy 6 ай бұрын
@YourDaddy he's from different point. u go seek help since u don't understand this.
SeGGee | s666xy
SeGGee | s666xy 6 ай бұрын
@Emre Duygun he doesn't have to tell u y he has to enlighten u on it. use ur brain for it, if u have one.
SeGGee | s666xy
SeGGee | s666xy 6 ай бұрын
@Welch Productions im with u. ur being realist here. people just suck at managing their "toxic use of social media" or proper/good use of it. i think it's useless try to prove them the good stuff u can do with it. its their own weakness.. 😏👁️🤷‍♀️🤫🤭
Matt Childress
Matt Childress 7 ай бұрын
Of course, ideally that would make sense. But unfortunately most people including myself can’t limit things. That mindset is exactly what most people need to avoid. He plainly states in this video to remove bad habits, get rid of them, stay away from them. If people had the self control to limit it then they probably wouldn’t even be watching this video. I guess you didn’t pay any attention to what the video talks about.
Nabib bs 2
Nabib bs 2 6 күн бұрын
I don't comment much nowndays but genuinely thank you for making such high effort videos for free, helping so many people change their lives and hopefully I myself can change mine too .
Qusai Shdefat
Qusai Shdefat 5 ай бұрын
Every word you were saying in the video was very important and explained in the simplest possible way, and in every explanation there were examples. Thank you for your hard work.❤❤❤
Fernanda Duarte
Fernanda Duarte 2 ай бұрын
This book is truly awesome, even though I cannot relate to all points he brings up - my neurodivergent brain could never, lol. Habits simply do not exist in my reality, I can be doing something obsessively for a whole year and then one day just go "meh, I lost interest". Or maybe something less obsessive, but still lose interest all of the sudden. It happened a lot and I used to think I was absolute trash lol However, it was an interesting book as I could see how it applies to most people and why it was not working for me. It actually helped me a lot in creating totally different strategies that applied to me. Also, it made me understand that I can't expect to form habits like normal people, but if I cycle between interests and habits, I can keep myself healthy, happy and free of guilt. My dopamine levels will never be normal, so I'll have to do things my way and its okay. Anyway, it is indeed a great book, but do not feel bad if you still can't do it - it does not work to everyone. I could never do 15 minutes of reading each day, but I can happily read for 6 hours once a week. I could never study 15 minutes a day, but I can change language settings of everything I have to the desired language and find a series that I engage, songs that I love and suddenly I can have a full on conversation in 6 months (actually happened lol). If it doesn't apply to you, use it as a base for what not to do and try opposite strategies. Observe yourself and look for the cues, feelings and sensations. Learn how your brain works so you can do things with it and not despite of it.
Christine Murphy
Christine Murphy 4 ай бұрын
Thank you so much for your help and thank you for your support and suggestions! I appreciate it all! Much love ❤
Grant Gelderbloem
Grant Gelderbloem Ай бұрын
Thank you for this summary. It was a great reminder and air to what I had 'learnt' when I read this book 12months ago. This was a very well put together refresher and much appreciated. I wish you all the best with your continued journey of getting better in all areas of your life. Kind regards Grant
H W Жыл бұрын
I’ve always say that showing up is half the battle. You’ll be amazed what you can achieve by just showing up. My commitment to myself was to show up at work each day (5 days per week) while I was undergoing a challenging and prolonged 5 year medical treatment for a neurological disease, even though I lacked confidence due to a decrease in ability and didn’t feel 100%. I decided that I would tell no one about my challenges, but if anyone asked me to leave because my performance was inadequate, I’d leave. I got through the treatment, recovered, and thrived. I continued to acquire work skills and experience, as well as get paid, throughout the treatment.
Nmc 1
Nmc 1 7 ай бұрын
Well done
H W 10 ай бұрын
@B L great work! Life progresses one day at a time...just keep showing up as it's working 👍
B L 10 ай бұрын
So true! I set the goal of showing up to work, sober, at least 60% of the time. I held down that janitorial night job. Later on I got a job as day janitor. Now I'm a dock worker and sober at least 85% of the time! Little steps are so important. And showing up. One day I'll be like, "I don't need whiskey for breakfast!" 😉
jodi houts
jodi houts 10 ай бұрын
@Atomic B5172 Lol. Showing up is the single most important "job" duty.
Doctor Great Engineer
Doctor Great Engineer 7 ай бұрын
Thank you for the video. This video has changed my life. I am now a reader, first book I read is Atomic Habits and I decided to become a lifetime learner. Remember James Clear said, "Habits are compound interest of self improvement"
Dania S
Dania S 6 ай бұрын
This summary of the book is superb! I really hope you continue summarising more personal development books 👏🏻👏🏻
NATURA Ай бұрын
It helped me so much, I’ve started from 15 minutes a day and now I’m practicing doing nothing at least 2 hours a day just a month later, success is exponential!
Fabrício Junkes
Fabrício Junkes Ай бұрын
It doesn't need to be too mechanical. You need to have a little consciousness too. I don't feel good when I'm forced to do something frequently. I get tired. So I break the chain a lot, and that works for me.
teabeats Ай бұрын
Thank You, for the informative and motivational content. I ordered the book, and look forward to building better habits. Watching your content is by way of a bad habit (social media before bed). I try to be honest with myself, and I can identify where my weaknesses are. However having the wherewithal to overcome them is another thing. Creating and adopting a new system is exactly something that seems beneficial. I'll make sure to check back after I recieve the book, and begin the practice of developing a new system. #onelove
Racquel Robinson
Racquel Robinson Жыл бұрын
This was such a GREAT and well crafted video. As a visual learner who has been putting off reading this book, this was a GREAT HELP. Good eye for colour scheme, well written and relevant points. Great job.
Larissa Pienaar
Larissa Pienaar Жыл бұрын
@Abhinav Tiwari This is untrue.
Ashwin Kapile
Ashwin Kapile Жыл бұрын
can you help me as an visual learner to guide me a little on how can I use my visual learning ability to its best
Royyan Bachtiar
Royyan Bachtiar Жыл бұрын
Super agree on this one! Had the book literally in front of my working desk untouched for months. Then there's this video. Thanks, creator!
Tia T
Tia T Жыл бұрын
Same here Racquel, I'm also a visual learner. I know I should be reading books to improve and grow, so I buy a tons then just to put them off LOL. Sigh, this channel is a blessing.
TheBlueskyson Жыл бұрын
Abhi, I am not normal and i learn in a specific way. ty
Viktor Hunte
Viktor Hunte 13 күн бұрын
I really really appreciated this video and putting things so succinctly. I've had the book for years but never made it past the first few chapters.
Abhiruchi Mehta
Abhiruchi Mehta 6 ай бұрын
you have come a long way since your first book summary and really shows your tremendous growth. This in itself is inspiring.
Maximillian Timofte
Maximillian Timofte 20 күн бұрын
the chapters of this video are pretty solid 3:05 goals and SYSTEMS to achieve the goals 3:35 succesful and unsuccesful people share the same goals!! 4:04 4:10 goals are good for setting the direction,but systems are best for making progress 4:25 it is not because of you ,it is because you have the wrong system for change 4:45 just as atoms are the building blocks of the universe, atomic habits are the building blocks of remarkable results 5:10 the best way to change your habits is to focus on the person you want to become instead of the results that you want 5:16 the goal is to become that succesful person you should look up to 5:29 remind yourself everytime you workout, I am an athlete and a heavyweight 5:45 everytime you write code,you are a programmer. and everytime you instruct a team you are a leader 7:10 the 4 laws that will guide us to do it law 1 make it obvious 7:25 write down your habit behaviours on your score card 7:45 until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and call it fate 8:08 what you need is a time and a place that will promote doing the things to become succesful 8:19 say and write down I will do this at this time and this location 8:34 habbit stacking=tie a desired habit to an existing habit; after habit B I will habit A 9:22 more influenced by the environment then willpower or motivation 9:30 hard for positive habits in negative environments 9:45 make the cues visible and obvious 10:02 more like the relationship with the objects from the environment determines our behavious 10:08 imagine it as a place filled with relationships 10:35 the mantra; one space one use 10:43 10:49 the best thing to get rid of a bad habit is to make in invisible,for example put it in other room,hide the tv remote somewhere deep, dont buy cheap crap 11:05 make good things attractive 11:20 dopamine and feedback loops dopamine vital to voluntary movement, motivation, learning, memory, punishment 11:55 dopamine release not only when they experience pleasure,but also when they expect IT gambling addicts biggest pleasures are right before placing a bet 12:28 the craving causes us to take action in the first place 13:25 find groups where the habit desired is the norm 13:40 13:45 13:52 14:00 14:22 online platforms thrive from catering and appealing to the primal underlying motives of the human nature 14:31 your habits are modern day solutions to ancient desires 14:55 15:05 15:20 reprogramming the mind making hard habits attractive by associating them with positive experiences cleaning the house=clean house saving money=more money 15:25 make bad habits unatractive make good habits easy 15:36 15:39 15:42 15:46 15:52 forming habits should be measured in number of repetitions not in time 16:08 16:12 16:48 reducing friction the law of least effort=rerouting, arranging places, reorganizing objects and their relationships 16:53 16:55 priming the environment for use I will layour my workout stuff the night before so I can easily get the workout done 17:17 using the 2 minute rule to stop procrastinating 17:25 17:30 17:33 start with a scaled down version of your habit repeat the habit CONSISTENTLY EVERY SINGLE DAY 17:47 17:55 create barriers between yourself and bad habits leave your credit card if you have bad spending habit 18:14 18:30 make it satisfying most important rule this feels good,lets repeat it 18:43 19:12 19:20 add immediate pleasure for good habits,rewarding 19:55 20:08 20:23 20:25 20:45 necesary to have a habit tracker,to be able to value the work and reward the most important thing is do the work everyday,never miss out,never chicken out, even if you dont finish it all,all the workouts it definitly matters that you showed up and did something 21:15 21:30 the habit contract,how to hold yourself and be held by others accountable write verbal/written contracts and hold yourself accoutable with them and make people hold you accountable with them 21:40 22:28 25:53 26:40 27:00 27:10 27:40 list of bad/good habits push bad habits everyday and pull good habits
bob.weaver72 Ай бұрын
We read news in the media that doom and gloom is coming and we just accept it, doom and gloom doesn’t always have to be coming, I’ve read numerous success stories of people that are pulling off tremendous gains of up to $250K within weeks in this crazy market and I just want to learn how to achieve such figures.
Blinky Abyss
Blinky Abyss Ай бұрын
Getting out of our own way is the greatest battle. I'm finally at a point to be honest with how much I have kept myself from succeeding at all. Fear, incompetence, actually succeeding usually the main jailers. Environment and having genuine people that want your success and not stagnant environment, people that rather see you struggle is key. I unfortunately have neither at the moment. Wonderful human beings like this gent is the reason I know it's possible and not everyone is walking off a cliff while tiktoking
C M Ай бұрын
Lot of spam bots in here.
Angelica Aquino
Angelica Aquino Ай бұрын
Dan Brooks Impressive can you share more info?
lipglosskitten26 Ай бұрын
There are actually a lot of ways to make high yields in a crisis, but such trades are best done under the supervision of Financial advisor.
Angelica Aquino
Angelica Aquino Ай бұрын
Since the crash, I've been in the red. I’m playing the long term game, so I'm not too worried but Jim Cramer mentioned there are still a lot of great opportunities, though stocks has been down a lot. I also heard news of a guy that made $250k from about $110k since the crash and I would really look to know how to go about this.
FeedandBill 5 ай бұрын
You're like that teacher that the bad kids didn't listen to, and I'm that kid realizing I gotta get my grades up! Thanks man!
KEN  •  •  •
KEN • • • 11 ай бұрын
Goals are good For setting a direction, But systems are best for making progress. - James Clear Brilliant quote!
Daily Info
Daily Info 8 ай бұрын
Concert autist
Concert autist 9 ай бұрын
Added to which life and the now always changes and goals can chain you to something that no longer makes the most sense.
Diego López
Diego López 5 ай бұрын
One thing I do personally is when I'm home everytime I leave a room or go to a specific room (my bedroom for example) I will drop to the floor and do 5 push-ups. I'll end my day with an average of 40-60 push-ups. Great summary, thanks!!
JDR 5 ай бұрын
I hope you never enter such a room carrying a bowl of hot soup!
Mimi Pilates
Mimi Pilates 4 ай бұрын
Your videos are amazing! Thank you for this excellent work. Great summaries and great images. Very pedagogic! Bravo 👏🏻🙏🏻🤓. Keep it up!
And15Dream 2 ай бұрын
Thanks, Sir. That's what I've been looking for. Now, I'm going to read all the notes I've taken of the video and put the knowledge into practice. Hats off to you.
Chandrashekar Nagarajan
Chandrashekar Nagarajan 15 күн бұрын
Just amazing. Wish social media had only contents such as these for our self development. Thank you for putting in your time and efforts into making this video.
Veronica Wang
Veronica Wang Жыл бұрын
This video made me buy the book xo
Escaping Ordinary (B.C Marx)
Escaping Ordinary (B.C Marx) Жыл бұрын
Hey Veronica... That's great! 👍 hope the book is as helpful for you as it was for me 🙏
Dezz Жыл бұрын
@M. Marzouk she posts on her second channel
M. Marzouk
M. Marzouk Жыл бұрын
I don't know you. But the idea that you stopped posting videos on youtube although you have almost 2 million subscribers is a bit weird. I hope it wasn't harming your mental health and get back soon to it once you are mentally able to post new videos♥. All the luck!
Renee Thomas
Renee Thomas Ай бұрын
I use subconscious programming to implement the things I research to be better at.. Like habits, learning, retaining and etc!! I take advice and get my subconscious brain on board.
craffte Ай бұрын
This video is really nicely done, I am a visual person and resent the fact that I respond better to animations that correspond with the content of the video, but it does help me immediately absorb information. This has a nice pace, and presents the pertinent stuff in a cool way. Thanks so much for doing this. (subbed.)
Leading Life
Leading Life Ай бұрын
Agree =)
theNary Ай бұрын
This is gold! Thank you for this fantastic summary and presentation. Love, light and blessings to you and all that is working on bettering themselves.❤
GB Aesthetics
GB Aesthetics 7 ай бұрын
Excellent audiovisual summary!!! This has been a lot of work!!! Greatly appreciated! Thank you
Ian Marshall
Ian Marshall 25 күн бұрын
I read this book for the first time with my English students as part of my book club and I had pretty low expectations since I was a huge fan of self-help books. My mind was changed pretty quickly! I only have praise for this book. It seems that my students agree because it is the most popular book by far in my English book club!
Vigneshwarren Venketramane
Vigneshwarren Venketramane Ай бұрын
Fantastic work. I literally completed this book last week. I am new to readying and i am trying to make it as a habit. Only thing i was able to rem is the 1% rule from this book which motivated me to read every day.. After watching this video i was able to get pretty much everything from what i have read. For the very first time i started to take notes in much simpler way. Now i will read a book and then watch video of that book pretty Mich comprehension of your video. brilliant stuff. Now you created that new habit on me :) read a book and watch your book video of it :) . Pls continue to do this work if not that would break my habit of reading and then watching it lol.
Diekenzakk 5 ай бұрын
thank you for this summary. in case you want to do more book summaries in the future, i would love to see an animated version of "the mountain is you" by brianna wiest
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Rose Blossom
Rose Blossom 3 ай бұрын
ABC of psychology. Not exactly new stuff. But definitely works. This is not the first time I’ve heard about this. 10 years ago I did an entire psychology course based on this system which is generally based on reward/consequences. The actual key though is to stop going through your life with a blindfold on. Be aware of what’s going on. Be aware what works for you. Be aware of what doesn’t work for you. Be aware some things cannot be changed and somethings can be changed and figure out what’s what. And be aware many things can change throughout your life. You need to be ready to adapt and be aware of that. We really cannot change habits/our life without being aware. You need to be aware FIRST. Example: Be aware of do you really WANT to stop smoking? A lot of people get flack cuz they smoke cuz it’s bad for you and blahblahblah. We alll know alcohol is toxic. Cigarettes are toxic. Sugar is toxic. Using fabric softener is toxic and destroys the drying machine. And you can know theses things and be at peace with the fact it’s unhealthy and you still enjoy it. We don’t all have to be saints or conform to society. If you don’t necessarily want to stop but you want other people to stop bitching at you about it. Be aware of that. Cuz you’re not gonna stop doing something just cuz other people want you to stop. But if you want them to stop bitching about it then you can be frank with them and say “hey i dont have the problem actually you have the problem that I enjoy it. And stop bothering me about it. It’s not my problem that you don’t like it. I enjoy it and I don’t want to stop so please stop harassing me or trying to change my habits by trying to make me feel bad feelings”
Victor Bohm
Victor Bohm Ай бұрын
This is an amazing way to explain this. Thank you!!
Gezan Flurry
Gezan Flurry 2 ай бұрын
Everybody is concerned about the market going down but refusing to take advantage of it. The best decision I ever made in my life was investing regardless of the market condition. I made over 118k.USD with a start up of 39k.USD in the last three months . Trust me guys, it really pays a lot!
N B Ай бұрын
@Mariel Campbell I too am a real human and interested in money products or services! But I signed on with KATHRYN JO GARVIN FINANCIALS and she invested all my money in Bolivian emu farms and I lost it all. And then she came to my house to laugh at me and she pulled down my pants and stole a bunch of my stuff. I am very sad and can no longer recommend her services. :(
Rose’ Ай бұрын
@H. Vicente bruhh it’s scary. people will actually fall for this mess
Kelty Hood
Kelty Hood 2 ай бұрын
@H. Vicente it's truly sad to see
H. Vicente
H. Vicente 2 ай бұрын
Never have I ever seen a faker comment section.
Lisa Melvin
Lisa Melvin 2 ай бұрын
Kathryn Jo Garvin financials has really made a name for herself
diti saxena
diti saxena 7 ай бұрын
This book is sheer magic. Made me quit smoking of 5 years in 14 days. Truly truly inspiring! Edit : I haven't gone back to the nasty habit for those who wanna know.. the idea here is to be 1% better every day and I hear about how far I have come every day and that's mindboggling. I have been trying the same technique for turning into a vegetarian and Its just like the first time. Vegetarian for 2 months and counting and soon to be vegan!
diti saxena
diti saxena 2 ай бұрын
@Manish Kaddu Yayyyy all the very best ❤
Manish Kaddu
Manish Kaddu 2 ай бұрын
I am quitting smoking today
bluwng 3 ай бұрын
I don’t it means to be 1% better everyday if that was possible you be 365% at the end of the year. I think he is saying small changes give exponential result over time. So be patient and be diligent stop wishing for the magic quick turnaround.
Aya B
Aya B 3 ай бұрын
🎉🎉🎉 bravo
CampaEN 6 ай бұрын
I love how you put everything in a scheme, it makes it easier to understand and remember what you are saying. Definitely I’ll read the book and buy your visual summary
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Alex Spa
Alex Spa Ай бұрын
Wow I love how concise and superb this video is made, I have the book but haven't read it yet. I will try your both habits because they happened to be mine too! Thanks!
Jahnavi Devices
Jahnavi Devices 2 ай бұрын
your skills about this video are commendable. i was looking where to start from, watching many videos and stuff but this was the only video i needed in order to start. great job.
endofyraa aaryfodne
endofyraa aaryfodne 3 ай бұрын
I'm currently reading this book, but I love the visual cues you've used! Brings to life the text on the pages.
Your Subconscious
Your Subconscious Жыл бұрын
i’m going to be 39 years old in March of 2022. I told my friend in December I would have a six pack by my birthday. Her laugh or disbelief boosted my habit. Now, one month away, I’m pretty much there now. So, yes, it works.
theenforcer22 6 ай бұрын
@Rikard 747 I agree. Applying what the video had outlined, the objectives should be something like: “I’m going to exercise x times a week, I’m going to stop eating these foods, I’m going to become someone who is a regular trainer”. “I’m going to get a 6-pack by 39” doesn’t follow the methodology of this video and also the 6-pack wasn’t achieved.
Your Subconscious
Your Subconscious 8 ай бұрын
@Ray Zamora - is! back on it like a teenager getting ready for summer 🤣 I focus on mainly a variety of push-ups, sit ups, planking, and my 12kg kettle bell. Since I became super strict (which super sucks) with my diet, it doubled my strength and physic. My physic (what we see in pictures) is back, but hard to maintain, honesty. If I get lazy, the the strength seems to stay behind, but the "look" slow disappears. So, in short, eating is my number one competitor.
Ray Zamora
Ray Zamora 8 ай бұрын
May I ask what your routine was?
Your Subconscious
Your Subconscious 9 ай бұрын
@Rikard 747 - I always try to see 2 sides of every coin. Though, doesn't the OG msg. have meaning? After all, most 39 year olds, at least the ones I know, have very little motivation. They act, or so it seems they act like: "Well, life is done. I'm "old". I am 39 years old. Time to sit on the couch and chill." So, the point is that I had (still have) a purpose to keep that system of belief that I am an "athlete" or a person with purpose to keep fit and healthy, regardless the age. Moreover, there is so much support in this little community. I literally THANK ALL OF YOU for the motivation and continual reminder that I had tried this, almost achieved it, but didn't quiet get there since I got sick. I almost gave up again. Really. However, I got back into my system, since I received a dose of dopamine from everyone's reminders here. I am able to alter my mind and achieve more because of everyone's support to keep going forward.
Rikard 747
Rikard 747 9 ай бұрын
Am I the only one who thinks this is the most overrated comment? It’s clearly not what atomic habits are about nor what the book suggests. This doesn’t prove that your identity changed at all. Anyway, I don’t want to be rude. Good achievement anyway and a little late, but happy birthday!
Hunker Down
Hunker Down Ай бұрын
I have this book and one good habit I need to get on board with is finishing my books!! That said, this audio and visual is great! 🙏
Carolyn Smith
Carolyn Smith 5 ай бұрын
Thank you your summary! It was inspiring and helpful to see a visual presentation. Keep up the good work. I almost never comment on KZbin videos so you must be top notch!
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Really impressed by the quality that this guy is giving 👏🏻👏🏻 great content and animation explanation love it 😊
Scott A.
Scott A. Ай бұрын
As a result of this video I purchased the book and a work book to help me. The summary presentation helped show me how much this makes sense and how I can apply it. Thank you for the excellent effort!
Mateen Munaf
Mateen Munaf Жыл бұрын
I have read the book twice. But this video just gave me more perspective about what author was trying to communicate. I believe it just how meticulously you have summarized this book. Kudos my brother!! 👍👍
txmp1996 Жыл бұрын
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5 Minute Calms
5 Minute Calms Жыл бұрын
Always try to condense or summarize non-fiction books.
Escaping Ordinary (B.C Marx)
Escaping Ordinary (B.C Marx) Жыл бұрын
Hey Mateen ....Thanks for sharing and leaving a comment .... have a great day :)
Sugar Apple Pie 🍏
Sugar Apple Pie 🍏 6 ай бұрын
I'm so glad I stumbled on this video. Thank you for making it! Would be great if you decide to make a podcast about this. I could listen to this all day while building better habits!
Asma Imam
Asma Imam 4 ай бұрын
I cannot thank you enough for your efforts. Wish if you could continue. It's really simple, amazing and outstanding. All the best.
Mohammed RABHI
Mohammed RABHI 4 ай бұрын
I rarely put comments on videos, but this is an outstanding work! I have read the book but I got hooked and continued watching the full video nonetheless, it's really satisfying and makes you want to go through this process. Thank you!
Zeynep Bilge
Zeynep Bilge 2 ай бұрын
Oh God! After seeing this video I had thought that I finally found an amazing channel on books but it seems that the channel hasn't been active since last year. I hope you start producing content regularly again!
Taha Ali
Taha Ali 3 ай бұрын
An excellent Summary Sir!! Especially the last part where you showed the practical implementation of the lessons from the book.
Ivo Caferra
Ivo Caferra Жыл бұрын
I'm very pleased and grateful to have the oppurtunity to be able to acess and watch this masterpiece. I wish everyone that 2022 becomes the change year for the ones that really commited and are positive with and really wanna try to change their life/habits. Best of luck and be connectec with your true you!
Jesus is coming. Read the Gospel.
Jesus is coming. Read the Gospel. 11 ай бұрын
Repent to Jesus Christ “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” ‭‭Romans‬ ‭5:8‬ ‭NIV‬‬ K
Michael Risi
Michael Risi Жыл бұрын
Start now, if you're reading this
J Wash
J Wash Жыл бұрын
Hows that goin for ya
Madimetja Enoch
Madimetja Enoch Жыл бұрын
wishing 2022 to be the year of change to you too
Le Nikki
Le Nikki 4 ай бұрын
I always thought that I'm really missing something. Like there's this invisible gap that's making me confused about what exactly I'm doing, even if I'm working hard and staying organized, Im still confused about where Im going. This video made me realize that I need to determine my true identity, the person I want to become, what I stand for, and what I believe in. Identity shapes the process and outcomes of our journey in life. Thank you very much for this video, I now have an idea about the things I need to work on.
ДА Инглиш
ДА Инглиш 4 ай бұрын
gorgeous! unless people know the facts instead of only watching motivational videos, they're gonna watch them for the rest of their lives. thanks for the info
Damayanti Sephiasari
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