Habits are all the actions we do every day without giving them too much thought. From the moment we wake up and what we eat for breakfast to how we run the day until the bedtime routine. Basically, habits shape our identity and how we live. However, everyone has bad habits that they want to break and good habits they want to build. Building and breaking habits need time and consistency, and sometimes we give up midway when we don’t see results too fast. Here are some of the top books that will help you with your habits game.
By James Clear
A practical and easy guide with a proven framework that will help you break bad habits and build good ones with just tiny changes every day. In his book, James explains how a 1% change, though not noticeable at the beginning, will pay off at the end. He also highlights that the issue with not making the change lies in the system you apply. His book draws on ideas from biology, psychology, neuroscience, and his own personal experience.
The Power of Habit
By Charles Duhigg
The book explains the science behind habit creation and illustrates how changing habits can change our entire life. Charles elaborates scientific discoveries that explain why habits exist and how they can be changed. He also explains how habits are not your destiny and that you are not meant to live with them forever, and by harnessing the science of habits you can transform your business, your relationships, and your life.
Better than Before
By Gretchen Rubin
Instead of giving us a one-size-fits-all solution, Gretchen answers pressing questions like ‘Why is it difficult to create a habit for something I love?, ‘Why do dieters gain weight back again?’ and ‘How quickly can I change a habit?. In answers to these questions and more, you will find your method to build a habit or break one. With her intense research and light-hearted style, you will be eager to get up on your feet and work on your habits.
By Jen Sincero
Jen Sincero gets into the core of habits understanding and helps you not only recreate your habits but also stick with them. This easy book explores how every habit shapes our personalities and how they reveal our unmet desires. He gives a new perspective on how we can train our brains to build or break habits.