January 11: The Power of Habit

Read + jump-start good new habits or change bad old ones..

The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg (Random House, 2012).

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2 Responses to “#30DaysOfSummaries – Day 11”

  1. James Miranda Says:

    Charles Duhigg does awesome job of explaining how companies use habits to bring in more customers or to changing habits on the football field for players which include a simple understand of changing the way the mind thinks. The Habit Loop is very interesting! #30daysofsummaries

  2. Rob Says:

    Enjoyed the summary of The Power of Habit. Charles Duhigg’s descriptive snippets were fun to read. I won’t enter a Starbucks again without thinking about the acronym L.A.T.T.E. ! and its corporate approach: “Listen, acknowledge, take action, thank and explain.” 
    I have been fortunate on occasions when returning to the West Coast to experience Rick Warren’s incredibly successful Saddleback Churc. Whether or not one is religious, this culture is the ‘real deal’.

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