This ebook is a summary of the lessons learned from the book “The Power of Habit.” It doesn’t replace the reading of the book, but it offers a quick way to get started in any habit related quest. Enjoy!
Charles Duhigg’s “The Power of Habit” became an international success after its publication in 2012, quickly reaching best-seller status on the New York Times, Amazon, and USA Today.
The author spent many years studying human behavior, developing a framework to help anyone start positive habits, as well as eliminating the negative ones.
Besides being useful on a personal level, “The Power of Habit” will help you better understand other people’s actions, impulses, and decisions.
An invaluable skill for any person keen to move up the career ladder.
In this summary, we will understand that habits are repeated actions. Therefore, the more you repeat a behavior, the more you reinforce the identity associated with that specific behavior.
A habit can be seen as the opposite of a conscious decision – something we do without thinking, for instance, things like brushing our teeth or looking at our smartphones after a beep.
Given the predictable nature of many aspects of our lives, our brains became very good at habit formation because it preserves cognitive resources; as a result saving energy.
By reading this summary of “The Power of Habit,” you will:
- Examine Duhigg’s habit-forming structure, hence the essential steps for understanding and controlling habitual actions;
- Understand how our brain works and what are the neurological aspects that prevent us from abandoning old habits;
- Learn to change old habits;
- Create new habits to reap new results in different areas of life (such as health, relationships, finances, nutrition, studies, etc.)
Author: Roberto Simões
Files: Epub & PDF
Number of Pages: 23
Reading Time: approx 15 minutes
Size: 2.5 mb
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