Create The Habits You Need To Succeed with James Clear
The Science of Success
Twyla Tharp once wrote “Creativity is a habit, and the best creativity is the result of good work habits.” If we want to succeed, we need good habits.On the flip side, Warren Buffet said “Chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken”, meaning that our bad habits often don’t seem that bad until they get to the point where we can no longer easily break them.So if habits are that important, understanding how they are formed, changed, and broken is crucial if we want to be prolific, brilliant, and healthy in life and in work.On today’s show we have a guest who can help us better understand the habits that form the foundation of our success or failure. His name is James Clear, and he’s released a book called Atomic Habits, which is about the small changes we can make in our daily life to create big change on the other side. It’s a guidebook to healthier habits in life and work, and our conversation with James is coming up in just a moment.Please support the show by subscribing to AC Premium. Get ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more. This episode is sponsored by Bambee.This episode is sponsored by OMS Photo.Mentioned in this episode:Herding Tigers podcastListen to the Herding Tigers podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.
No matter your goals, Atomic Habits offers a proven framework for improving--every day. James Clear, one of the world's leading experts on habit formation, reveals practical strategies that will teach you exactly how to form good habits, break bad ones, and master the tiny behaviors that lead to remarkable results. If you're having trouble changing your habits, the problem isn't you. The problem is your system. Bad habits repeat themselves again and again not because you don't want to change, but because you have the wrong system for change. You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems. Here, you'll get a proven system that can take you to new heights.
Welcome to The Revisited Series! This is a series that features fresh looks at previously published episodes that even long-time listeners will get new value from. In addition, this is content that new listeners absolutely need to hear on their journey to getting 1% better. I will refresh each episode by creating a brand new introduction and highlighting some of the time-tested lessons within the conversation. This is the 1st of many looks back; I know you will find it valuable. Here is the episode in its original form Episode 62 If you are from Australia : ) say hello HERE If you are interested in one-on-one coaching, or more information on the October 1st Cohort, head HERE As always, thanks for listening! --Joe
In this episode, Jake & Paul review the concepts brought forth by author, James Clear in Atomic Habits. Favorite Quotes: “Make every action a vote for which kind of person you want to become." “Too often we con ince ourselves that massive success requires massive action.” “You do not rise to the levels of your goals, you fall to the level of your systems.” “You should be far more concerned with your current trajectory than your current results.” -------------- Listen to other top rated podcasts: Ep 43 - Have an Alpha Mindset with Sam Tooley Ep 3 - Live Better Co "Retired at 34" - Eric Hinman is an IRONMAN athlete, investor, and entrepreneur Subscribe to catch every episode. --------------- COACHING. Wanna take the quickest and easiest route to changing how you look and feel forever? The E4 Fit team is accepting applications now to work with us 1:1. Serious inquiries only pls. Check out the details and book a call here. FREE MINDFUL MUSCLE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY. Want to see the exact methods we use with our clients everyday? Join the Mindful Muscle Facebook group and you'll instantly gain access to our E4 Fit Training App, one of our recipe collections, and our mini-course. In addition to those resources, we go live every week with live trainings and Q+A so you can learn the best approaches to fitness, fat loss, and optimal health. Sign up for the Free Training here. -------------- Say hi on social: Instagram Facebook E4 Instagram YouTube
James Clear: How to Grow Good Ideas and Position Yourself for Success
Mark Divine Show
Today, Commander Divine speaks with James Clear, the best-selling author of Atomic Habits (which has sold over 5 million copies). James discusses his process for writing and content creation, the joys and pitfalls of notoriety, how to position yourself for success, and a behind-the-scenes look of how he’s built his audience of over 1 million subscribers.Key Takeaways:When you’re struggling creatively, don’t write more – read more. Writing is like driving a car; reading is like filling your car up with gas. You need both to get anywhere on your journey.Be careful who you follow. When you choose who to follow online, you’re choosing your future thoughts – choose wisely.Consistency is the most important practice for better writing. James prefers to not be dependent on a single circumstance to be able to write. As long as you’re doing the work, you don’t have to get hung up on having a specific routine.Ask yourself: How can you give people the highest value in the easiest way possible? When you apply this philosophy to every area of your business, it’s hard not to get better results. A lot of success comes from good positioning. Take advantage of external forces that work in your favor, create work that keeps working for you after it’s done, and choose work that has a limited downside and an unlimited upside. You don’t need things to go perfectly all the time when you have a lot of really strong forces working in your favor.Quotes: “Pretty much every idea that you have is downstream from what you consume”“This is one of the huge benefits of having an email list and audience… Not only do you have an audience to launch a podcast or a product to, but it’s also live testing… I knew by the time I signed my book deal that these were the top 20 ideas that did really well”“I put all this pressure on myself to spend more time writing, but it ironically got worse. If the writing isn’t good enough, if I feel like I’m struggling to come up with something creative, I actually don’t need to spend more time writing – I need to spend more time reading.”“Coming up with good ideas is mostly reading more and crafting good information flows.”“Writing is one of the ultimate forms of delayed gratification.”“Just keep showing up and banging the rock with the hammer, keep shipping, and you’ll eventually break through”“Having specific calls to action to a well-designed page and backing all of that up with really exceptional work is the 80/20 of it all – that’s the stuff that drives the majority of the outcomes.”“Strategy is mostly about positioning yourself well to benefit from external forces.”“There’s a chance for anyone, regardless of industry or project, to position yourself in a way where your hard work is multiplied and you get more value out of each unit of effort”Links:James ClearInstagramTwitterIP Vanish Promo Code DivineProgressive
In today's encore conversation, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of Atomic Habits, James Clear is going to teach us all about how to get one percent better every day by building systems and habits that last. Today, you’ll learn a plan that can take you to new heights in your personal growth by getting down to one word: habits. So, whether you’re looking to reduce stress, quit a bad habit, lose weight, or achieve the success that lasts for the long haul, you’re not going to get the silver bullet fix to manifest everything you want, but. Instead, you’re going to learn how to get 1% better every day by developing atomic habits. If you enjoy this episode with James, I'm sure you'll also enjoy: 257: Burnout, Managing Energy, and How to Live at Your Best (feat. Carey Nieuwhof) 258: Erwin McManus on Experiencing and Expressing Genius Episode Links: James' Website | Instagram | Facebook | Buy the book on Amazon now Subscribe to #WinTodayShow on YouTube. Join the conversation wherever hashtags are welcome using #WinTodayShow. Connect with The Art of Leadership Network of podcasts here.
James Clear "Atomic Habits" a conversation with Brad Holmes
Da Bruhs BookShelf
We are what we most commonly do. The best way to change yourself is to change your habits. James Clear’s “Atomic Habits” explores the science of personal transformation through the use of small, incrementally, significant steps that will help reshape our thoughts and emotions surrounding our most stubborn habits as well as what keeps us from forming new ones. Join Da Bruhs Bookshelf and special guest Detroit Lions General Manager Brad Holmes to discuss the strategies mentioned In this podcast episode.
How to change your habits in the New Year with James Clear
The Darya Rose Show
James Clear is a writer and speaker focused on habits, decision making, and continuous improvement. He is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Atomic Habits. The book has sold over 5 million copies worldwide and has been translated into more than 50 languages.Clear is a regular speaker at Fortune 500 companies and his work has been featured in places like Time magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and on CBS This Morning. His popular “3-2-1” email newsletter is sent out each week to more than 1 million subscribers.James Clear - The 4 Laws of Behavior Change, Foodist podcastDark Matter by Blake CrouchProject Hail Mary by Andy WeirThe Happiness Project by Gretchen RubinMindful Meal Challenge
Bonus Episode - James Clear on Building Atomic Habits
Elevate with Robert Glazer
James Clear is one of the world’s leading experts on forming and maintaining positive habits, and his book, Atomic Habits, has sold over five million copies worldwide. He's also the creator of the popular 3-2-1 newsletter and a sought-after keynote speaker. In one of the most popular Elevate Podcast episodes, James joined host Robert Glazer to talk about his writing career, and how to form the habits that drive lasting change in our lives and careers.