Full Pour Review: Atomic Habits

RATING: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

I am a huge fan of non-fiction and personal development books, so naturally I was super attracted to Atomic Habits by James Clear after seeing so many people recommend it. I found this book to be incredibly interesting and was able to take away a lot of useful tips and tricks to help me better achieve my goals by making small changes to alter my habits.

Atomic Habits by James Clear is a really powerful and informative guide on how we can make tiny changes to change our habits and produce remarkable results that will help change our lives. According to Clear, when we struggle with changing our habits, the issue isn’t us- it’s our system for change that is keeping us from rising to the level of our goals. In this book, Clear is able to break down the complex process of changing our system into digestible pieces that are easy to apply to your daily life and routine.

The best part about this book is that no matter what your goals are, it offers a proven framework that will help you improve daily and achieve more by focusing on less. Atomic Habits will help teach you how to make time for creating new habits and destroying bad ones, overcome a lack of willpower or motivation, tailor your environment to help make achieving success that much easier, get back on track when you steer off course, and much more.

If you’re looking for a good personal development book that will leave a lasting impression on you and that you will want to reference over and over again, I highly recommend checking out Atomic Habits!


BEER RECOMMENDATION: Atomic Habits by James Clear is best paired with Glen Cocoa by Black Flag Brewing Company. This highly enjoyable chocolate milk stout is brewed with oats, milk sugar and milk chocolate, producing a deliciously subtle rounded chocolate flavor 🍻

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