By James Clear
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PreviewLong-term thinking means focusing on continuous systems improvements, not on reaching individual achievements. The approach to success should be habits-oriented, not goals-driven. Atomic Habits or small but powerful repeated actions lead to compounding growth and long-term systemic improvement.
About the AuthorJames Clear is an author, entrepreneur and a self-improvement enthusiast. Clear formulates his work around striving to answer one question: How can we live better? As a Behavior Science expert, he uses scientific research to develop his tips for helping humans live better. Clear is also a photographer, with a portfolio of work spanning over 25 countries. He is a charitable supporter of protecting children and pregnant mothers against malaria with a portion of his earnings going to support these initiatives.