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Recently, I completed rereading the book Atomic Habits. It is one of those books that need to be read again and again to remind oneself of the principles required to develop a tiny habit.

Atomic means small, derived from the word atom. Do you remember atoms from your chemistry book? Atom is the smallest element of matter. We need to start that small depending on our capabilities.

Habits are developed if you perform the activity consistently. I have been writing for over 430 days consistently and many of the cohort members have been performing their sets of habits for over 30 days.

The principles mentioned in the book are based on research and they have been working for me and most of my cohort members. The best part of the book is that there is another side to habit too just as a coin has 2 sides. I highly recommend you to read this book. A great thanks to James Clear for writing such an amazing book. If you too want to read this book, you can buy the book here.

Happy Habit Forming!

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