Love Atomic Habits but don’t know what to read next? Never fear, we’ve got the perfect guide for you.
Here are a few of the best books to read after Atomic Habits to keep you on your toes. Learn more about building positive habits and the life you’ve always dreamed of with these inspiring – and informative – reads.
Ikigai by Héctor García and Francesc Miralles
This international bestseller explores the Japanese concept of ikigai. Focused on helping readers find their ‘reason to jump out of bed in the morning’, the book outlines simple steps to discover your purpose in life. By finding your ikigai, you’ll make every single day of your life more joyful and meaningful. Who could resist that?
Clear Thinking by Shane Parrish
First, Atomic Habits transformed your behaviour. Now, Clear Thinking transforms your mind. Join Shane Parrish for a masterclass in the art of clear thinking. Parrish offers powerful mental models to make sense of any situation. And he reveals a simple, actionable method for smarter decision-making, starting today.
The Diary of a CEO by Steven Bartlett
Rooted in psychology and behavioral science, these are the fundamental laws that will ensure excellence. Steven Bartlett, entrepreneur, podcaster and Dragon's Den star, takes you through a set of principles that can stand the test of time, apply to any industry, and be used by anyone who is search of building something great or becoming someone great.
Feel Good Productivity by Ali Abdaal
The world's most-followed productivity expert reveals how to achieve more by finding joy in everything you do. The secret to productivity isn't discipline. It's joy. Armed with Dr Ali Abdaal's insights, you won't just accomplish more. You'll feel happier and more fulfilled along the way.
Be Useful by Arnold Schwarzenegger
The seven rules to follow to realise your true purpose in life-distilled by Arnold Schwarzenegger from his own journey of ceaseless reinvention and extraordinary achievement, and available for absolutely anyone. Be Useful takes readers on an inspirational tour through Arnold's toolkit for a meaningful life.
Atlas of the Heart by Brené Brown
From bestselling author Brené Brown comes Atlas of the Heart, a meaningful guide to connection and the language of human experience. Guiding readers on a journey through the emotions and experiences that define us, she outlines the skills and framework for understanding, meaning, and choice
The Art of Winning by Dan Carter
What’s the secret to success? You might think success at the highest level insulates you from pressure and doubt. But nothing could be further from the truth. Ten timeless truths on leadership, purpose and potential - from the unique culture of the All Blacks, and the mind of a living legend Dan Carter.
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