James Clear is an author who writes about habits, decision-making and continuous improvement. In his book, he provides a range of different methods for incorporating daily habits into your life that will help to lead to bigger changes.
The thing I really loved about this book was that it was all about making small changes, not going 'all in' and allowing the compound effect to take place. I have found the process of habit-stacking to be extremely useful for me. This method gets you to find things that are already habitual to you and adding another layer to it to help bring a new habit into your life.
Throughout the book he also explores some other extremely easy ways to build habits including priming your environment and using the two-minute rule. Having your habits visually present in your environment as well as ensuring that your environment doesn't lead you astray from them is an important tip he explores in the book. The two-minute rule is one that is quite straight forward... change your habits so that you can achieve them in 2 minutes or less - tying back in with those points about making it as easy as possible for you to develop these good habits.
James also has a great blog and newsletter that you can sign up to through his website - www.jamesclear.com. Through this newsletter he regularly sends 3 idea, 2 quotes and one question for you to ponder. I have really enjoyed receiving these emails and working out how they can be incorporated into my life as they arrive.
As well as visiting James's blog, you can also find him on Instagram and Twitter - where he shares regular nuggets of wisdom!