If you’re struggling to stick to your goals or if you’re looking to make some changes in your life, this is the book you need to read. James Clear explains that changing habits doesn’t happen by making a 1% improvement, but by making a thousand of them. It’s about stacking up a bunch of atomic habits. At the start, small improvements might seem meaningless but gradually, by layering small changes on top of one another, that’s when it all starts to happen. Throughout the book you’ll find so many supporting stories from top performers, business leaders and so on. Changing habits starts by identifying who you want to be. It’s about building a system—a system to improve—and an endless process to refine. The book provides a set of tools and strategies that you can use to build better systems and shape better habits. Clear created the Four Laws of Behavior Change, which you can rotate through. Make it obvious. Make it attractive. Make it easy. Make it satisfying. Keep looking for the next way to get 1% better, because the secret to getting results that last is to never stop making improvements. That’s the power of atomic habits. Tiny changes. Remarkable results.