James Clear (born 1986) is an American writer, keynote speaker and a former performance coach for athletes and executives. He is best known for his book Atomic Habits.
James Clear Wikipedia
Hamilton, Ohio, US
|Denison University , ISA
James Clear Education
Raised in Hamilton, Ohio, Clear received his degree in biomechanics from Denison University in 2008, where he also served as captain of the baseball team
James Clear is a 38 years old writer and keynote speaker who’s focus and interest is on habits, decision making, and continuous improvement. He is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Atomic Habits. The book has sold over 10 million copies worldwide, has been translated into more than 50 languages and is the #1 best-selling book of 2021 on Amazon and #1 audiobook on Audible. Clear is a regular speaker at Fortune 500 companies and his work has been featured in publications such as Time magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and on CBS This Morning. His popular “3-2-1” email newsletter is sent out each week to more than one million subscribers.
Clear doesn’t merely report the research of others. He tries out the concepts for himself as he experiments with building better habits as an entrepreneur, writer, and weightlifter. In the end, his talks end up being one-part storytelling, one-part academic research, and one-part personal experiment, forming a colorful blend of inspirational stories, academic science, and hard-earned wisdom.
James Clear Career
Clear graduated from Denison and started his career as a performance coach for athletes and executives. He then got into writing and public speaking. In 2012, he began writing on self-improvement debuting his book, Atomic Habits. His work has also been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, and Time
James Clear has been writing at jamesclear.com since 2012 about habits, decision-making, and continuous improvement.
He is popularly known for his book “Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Habits”, which was published on October 16, 2016 and quickly became the number one best-seller on the New York Times bestseller list.
In July 2019, Atomic Habits had sold over 800,000 copies globally, and spent nine months on the New York Times bestseller list, 33 weeks on the Wall Street Journal bestseller list, and 31 weeks atop Amazon’s Most Sold list.
Amazon (4.8/5 stars), Audible (4.8/5 stars), and Goodreads (4.32/5 stars) have all awarded the book high ratings.
Since its release, it has sold over 7 million copies worldwide and been translated into more than 50 languages. He’s also known for his popular 3-2-1 newsletter, which he sends out every week to over a million subscribers.
Some of Clear’s engagements include Fortune 1000 and strategic clients such as KPMG, Microsoft, A&T, Bristol-Myers Squibb, DellTechnologies, Facebook, Google, Liberty Mutual, Pfizer, JP Morgan Chase & Co., Procter & Gamble, Adobe, Cisco, Lockheed Martin, and Wells Fargo.
James Clear, one of the world’s leading experts on habit formation, is known for his ability to distill complex topics into simple behaviors that can be easily applied to daily life and work. In his book Atomic Habits, which spent over a year on the New York Times bestseller list, he draws on the most proven ideas from biology, psychology, and neuroscience to create an easy-to-understand guide for making good habits inevitable and bad habits impossible.
James Clear Net worth
Tempo Online gathers that James Clear is currently worth over an estimated Ten million dollars($10,000,000), his sources of income includes book sales, public speaking and other unidentified sources.
James Clear interests and audience
Audiences come away from his talks learning how to:
Build a system for getting 1% better every day.
Break bad habits and stick to good ones.
Avoid the common mistakes most people make when changing habits.
Overcome a lack of motivation and willpower.
Develop a stronger identity and believe in yourself.
Make time for new habits (even when life gets crazy).
Design an environment to make success easier.
Make tiny, easy changes that deliver big results.
Get back on track when you get off course.
Put these ideas into practice in real life.
Clear is a supporter of the Against Malaria Foundation, donating five percent of his income to support AMF in distributing nets to protect children, pregnant mothers, and families from mosquitos carrying malaria. It is one of the most cost-effective ways to extend life and fulfills his bigger mission to spread healthy habits and help others realize their full potential.