The 7 Best Habit Books, Summarised.
Habit Book 1 - Atomic Habits
What you will learn from reading Atomic Habits:
– The 4 elements of habits and how they play a crucial part in our ability to create good habits and get rid of bad ones.
– The three key steps to creating a habit.
– How to set up a system that caters for your habits so that you don’t find yourself running out of steam.
Habit Book 2 - Tiny Habits
What you will learn from reading Tiny Habits:
– Why you’re not entirely responsible for your bad habits.
– The 5 ability factors that hold you back from your good habits.
– Why motivation doesn’t matter as much as people say when it comes to habits.
Habit Book 3 - The Habit Blueprint
What you will learn from reading The Habit Blueprint:
– The mechanisms that are responsible for building new habits.
– How to build new habits and get rid of bad ones.
– How to set up a system that holds you accountable for doing your habits every day.
Habit Book 4 - The Now Habit
What you will learn from reading The Now Habit:
– The key attitudes towards starting tasks and seeing them through that are responsible for causing anxiety.
– The different ways in which people build the habit of procrastinating to deal with this anxiety.
– Methods of changing these attitudes and in the process dealing with their habit of procrastinating.
Habit Book 5 - Elastic Habits
What you will learn from reading Elastic Habits:
– How to set correct habit strategies so you will never miss a day again.
– How to create a wider net for habits so that multiple activities can further the same goal!
– How you can add levels to your habits to leave you more fulfilled and excited to do them.
Habit Book 6 - The Power of Habit
What you will learn from reading The Power of Habit:
– The roles of the cue, routine, and reward in building and changing habits.
– The vital role of habits on an individual, organisational, and societal level.
– How to deconstruct habits and substitute bad routines/ actions with ideal ones.
Habit Book 7 - Hooked
What you will learn from reading Hooked:
– How to use the HOOK model to design products that create habits.
– Why some good innovations fail and how to prevent this.
– How products can be designed to get people addicted.