James Clear

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Writer, Entrepreneur and Behavior Science Expert

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The Usefulness of Learning Through Observation

Useful lessons from famous Swiss biologist Louis Agassiz.

How to Fall in Love With Boredom and Unlock Your Mental Toughness

If you want to fulfill your potential then you must practice a specific skill for a long time with remarkable consistency. Mastery is never an accident.

What I Do When I Feel Like Giving Up

If you've ever struggled to be consistent with something you care about, maybe my struggle with resonate with you, too.

Which One of These Growth Curves Are You Following?

We often assume that life works in a linear fashion. Nope. There are two different types of growth.

How to Optimize Your Daily Decisions

Design for default. Our decisions are shaped by the world around us.

How to Declutter Your Mind and Unleash Your Willpower

You can do it by using what's called 'bright-line' rules.

This Simple Daily Habit Will Add More Gratitude to Your Life

When you're feeling frustrated, rushed, and stressed, a little gratitude can come to the rescue.

Do More of What Already Works

We assume that new solutions are needed if we want to make real progress, but that isn't always the case.

Why We Act Irrationally: The One Word That Drives Our Senseless Habits

Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer and the results of the 'Copy Machine Study.'

The Candy Trigger By The Checkout Line (And Why We Fail With New Habits)

As it turns out, selling candy bars can teach us a lot about building better habits.

5 Lessons on Being Wrong

Your first choice is rarely the optimal choice.

Stop Thinking and Start Doing: The Power of Practicing More

New knowledge does not necessarily drive new results. Learning something new can actually be a waste of time if your goal is to make progress and not simply gain additional knowledge.

5 Triggers That Make New Habits Stick

These are the primary ways that a new habit can be triggered. If you understand each of them, then you can select the right one for the particular habit that you are working on.