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Atomic Habits with James Clear

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James Clear, author of Atomic Habits, joins us today to discuss how your environment can affect your habits. Using his personal experiences of working towards developing good habits, Clear has become the master of demonstrating what best practices look like and how that impact can impact your future. Today, Clear shares how our habits are developed through our home and social environments. We discuss how Covid-19 has affected our habits, why you should choose the right social settings and ways to start having healthy habits. We talk about: Why James Clear is the habits guy How the concept of our habits have changed since Covid-19 How your environment affects your habits How social environments shape habits Most powerful habits James Clear has integrated into his life

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