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The Power of Habit

Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business

Charles Duhigg

Discover the fascinating science behind our habits and how they can be changed in this bestselling book. Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Charles Duhigg takes us from the boardrooms of Procter & Gamble to the civil rights movement, presenting a whole new understanding of human nature and its potential. At its core, The Power of Habit provides an exhilarating argument: understanding how habits work is the key to achieving success in life, business, and beyond. With captivating storytelling and practical advice, this book has been hailed by critics as essential reading.
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A very good book.      source
Interesting, not because of its content necessarily, but because it’s good for me to always keep on top of mind how powerful my habits are.      source
Persuasion Reading List.      source
Fantastic. I got The Power of Habit and I gave it to everyone in my company.      source
@Beam626 @cduhigg Totally. But this book has opened up my eyes that we do thinga out of habit, that sometimes we don't realize. Realizing this is powerful.      source
Great dissection and analysis of what creates habits, and the power of changing just one of three steps in the habit loop.      source
@journeyofage All great books      source
This month I finally got to reading The Power of Habit, a book published a few years ago that compiles a bunch of great academic neuroscience and applied psychology research on habit formation. It includes clear reporting and interviewing work by its author, Charles Duhigg, whose day job is reporting for The New York Times. The book uses the now-standard formula of beginning each chapter with an anecdote that’s later substantiated by research, but that doesn’t make it any less interesting (or useful). Plus, the bits detailing Paul O’Neill’s transformation of Alcoa are priceless reading for a CEO trying to build a mission-driven company.      source
@TheBasisPoint @cduhigg I loved that book too!      source
Some of my favorite books on human behavior. @danbharris @mkonnikova @navarrotells @cduhigg MIA: @AdamMGrant      source
Some of my favorite business books, comment one book that changed your life      source
Book #2 8/10 Explains the cue-routine-reward loop of habits (focus on routine). Helps reflecting. Willpower is a resource. Nice examples.      source
@Gromy16 same with the book on Habits.      source