The Power of Habit
Key Principles, Insights and Actionable Exercises
Why are some habits so difficult to break and new ones so difficult to make?
In his book "The Power Of Habit," Charles Duhigg argues that habits can always be changed, provided we know how they work. Once we understand the fact that all habits revolve around a cue-routine-reward loop and that the easiest way to change your habit is to substitute another routine for the one you already do, we’ll be well on your way to achieving lifelong changes.
Read on to learn how habits are formed, how they influence our lives, why anticipation is at the root of habit forming, and the importance of keystone habits so that you can kick the bad habits and implement the good ones long term.
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