10 Quotes from Atomic Habits That Will Change the Way You Think

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  1. Success is the product of daily habits, not once in a lifetime transformation.
  2. Goals are about the results you want to achieve, systems are about the processes that lead to those results.
  3. The first step to changing bad habits is to be on the lookout for them.
  4. The people with the best self-control are typically the ones who need to use it the least.
  5. Your current habits are not necessarily the best way to solve the problems you face; they are just the methods you learned to use.
  6. The habits you follow without thinking often determine the choices you make when you are thinking.
  7. The cost of your good habits are in the present. The cost of your bad habits are in the future.
  8. A good player works hard to win the game everyone else is playing. A great player creates a new game that favors their strengths and avoids their weaknesses.
  9. When you spend your whole life defining yourself in one way and that disappears, who are you now?
  10. Small habits don’t add up. They compound.




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Econ major | Content creator at heart | Luxury, Finance & Public Policy

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