The Akrasia Effect: Why We Don’t Follow Through on What We Set Out to Do and What to Do About It
James Clear

I absolutely love your content James Clear, as you never fail to bridge that gap between insight, research, evidence, and perspective. As always, I’ve learnt many new things, been shown many great references and resources, and been exposed to some practical solutions to an otherwise lifetime challenge. I know that delayed gratification leads to long term success. I absolutely appreciate how getting into the habit is oh so critical to succeeding long before you can come close to considering mastery. As always though, the way that you masterfully deconstruct your point through a powerful relatable story, before then breaking it down into its constituent parts, just adds to the ability for our brains to absorb the essence of what you’ve shared, and be able to remember it for future recall more effortlessly!!

Thank you for developing your writing style and consistently acknowledging your sources and referees at the end.. It adds a rigor and validity to your writing which is rarely seen in online writing as often these days, and is a real pleasure to consume! Thank you! Keep up the great work!

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