Writer, Entrepreneur and Behavior Science Expert
Based in North Carolina, James Clear writes at
JamesClear.com, where he uses behavior science to share ideas for mastering your habits, improving your health, and increasing your creativity. To receive his most popular articles, join his free weekly newsletter.
Behavior change is hard. With these tips, it's considerably less difficult.
When it comes to building good habits and breaking bad habits, individual mistakes do not matter in the long-run. Instead, it is the second mistake that is far more important.
Self-doubt is not a cost you have to pay to become better. Let's talk about why.
In many cases, improvement is not about doing more things right, but about doing less things wrong.
Consider time assets vs. time debts.
Our constant quest to achieve faster results is a trap.
The billionaire uses this productivity strategy to help employees determine their priorities and actions.
'Cumulative stress' can sneak up on you. Here's how to plan for it.
We all experience failure, but mentally tough people realize that failure is an event, not their identity.
We often think that the reason we aren't succeeding is because we haven't found the right strategy or because we weren't born with the right talents.
Sometimes, more volume equals higher quality.
If you want to improve your sleep and feel more rested, there are some practical ways to go about it -- ways I call the 'Levers of Sleep.'
Want to build an exercise habit that sticks? Changing your behavior can be difficult so here are some tips to get you started.
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