Do you wish you had the motivation to do things like go to the gym, use less sugar, read more books, or study on your own time? We all do. In fact, many of us struggle with using our daily energy in the most efficient and fulfilling ways. To help you learn how to get more done in less time, Stephen Guise has written Atomic Habits. His book includes a chapter on how to hack your habits by leveraging the science of behavior change. If you’re looking for some motivation with a side of discipline, this is your story.
For many of us, it’s quite hard to change our habits. We want things to change, but when we’re faced with the decision of what to do, we just can’t think fast enough. We want immediate results, but if we truly want lasting change, patience is essential.
The good news is that it doesn’t take years of effort to transform yourself from a couch potato into an athlete or a world-class thinker. At its core, your behavior is nothing more than habits and practice. And with the right information in your hand, you can quickly bring these changes into your life.