The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

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The book review: The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg.

Charles Duhigg is a Newyork Times reporter. His book The power of habit is Newyork times and’s bestseller. This book tries to explore the science behind the working of habit and how we can create new habits.

Charles Duhigg has shared the real stories of people who completely changed their habits and achieved such things in life that seemed impossible to them.

The book is divided into three parts The habits of individuals, the habits of organizations, and the habits of societies.

In the habits of individuals, the author tries to explain the science behind the working of habits, how to create new habits, and the golden rule of habit change.

From the book:

Lisa Allen, according to her file, was thirty-four years old, had started smoking and drinking when she was sixteen and had struggled with obesity for most of her life. At one point, in her mid-twenties, collection agencies were hounding her to recover $10,000 in debts. An old résumé listed her longest job as lasting less than a year. The woman in front of the researchers today, however, was lean and vibrant, with the toned legs of a runner. She looked a decade younger than the photos in her chart and like she could out-exercise anyone in the room. According to the most recent report in her file, Lisa had no outstanding debts, didn’t drink, and was in her thirty-ninth month at a graphic design firm.

The author has also shared the stories of big organizations and their habits that lead to their extraordinary success.

About the book:

  • Book Name: The Power of Habits
  • Author: Charles Duhigg
  • Genre: Self-help
  • Language: English
  • File type: epub
  • File size: 333 kb

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