This is probably one of the better self-help books that I've read, and I thank my mentor Hank Hayes for turning me onto it. Since listening to Atomic Habits, I've seen it pop up in reference in many places including YouTube videos.
I really appreciated the concept of "aggregation of marginal gains". We're not necessarily trying to jump out the gate and get 50% better, or even 5% better. We want to get 1% better at everything we do on a regular basis. This then adds up to be a huge OVERALL increase.
I did notice that there were several other things that I either did unconsciously, or even intentionally that were confirmed or validated while reading. There is something to be said when you receive confirmation that the track you're on, or the habits you've been cultivating have been correct.
On the other hand, it blazingly pointed out areas where I was not setting myself up for success. To this day, even though I work out on a regular basis, I do not set myself up for success with my diet.... and I really like sweets. But the first step to fixing a problem is admitting you have one.
Atomic habits was a solid read that I highly recommend, but more than likely if you're on this forum, then you've probably read it as well. The "4 Laws" of Atomic habits breaks down what may seemingly be insurmountable obstacles, and makes developing your new habits that much easier.
Have you developed any new habits or techniques based upon reading the book?