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The Power of Habit (Review and Analysis of Duhigg's Book)

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The Power of Habit (Review and Analysis of Duhigg's Book)

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Jul 1, 2015
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9782511036037
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The must-read summary of Charles Duhigg's book: "The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business".

This complete summary of the ideas from Charles Duhigg’s book "The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business" tells you how you can change your habits for the better just by understanding how they work. There is a basic ‘Habit Loop’ for all habits: clue, routine and reward. According to Duhigg, there are four steps you can follow that serve as a starting point for changing your habits; identify your routines, experiment with different rewards, isolate the trigger and develop a new plan. This process will take time and effort, but it is possible.

Added-value of this summary:
• Save time
• Understand how your habits work
• Change your habits for the better

To learn more, read “The Power of Habit” to start understanding your habits and gain control!
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Habits can be changed if you understand how they work. At the core of every habit you have lies a reasonably simple neurological loop:

Habits

Cue ⇒ Routine ⇒ Reward

If you want to change and reshape your habits for the better:

Identify the routines you currently follow – and figure out how you can change your routines so you swap vices for virtues.

Experiment with different rewards – until you can isolate what you're actually craving when you do something habitually. If you can figure out what you're genuinely craving, then you understand how to make a desired behavior automatic.

Isolate the cue that triggers your habit – what it is that signals it's time to do something. There are in practice only five types of cues: location, time, your emotional state, other people or an immediately preceding action. Figure out what sparks your habit to occur.

Then develop a new plan – for what you'll do differently the next time that cue arises. When you get right down to basics, habits are formulas your brain automatically follows: When you see a CUE, you do a ROUTINE in order to get the REWARD. To change your habit, keep the cue and the reward the same and insert a new routine.

"Obviously, changing some habits can be more difficult. But this framework is the place to start. Sometimes change takes a long time. Sometimes it requires repeated experiments and failure. But once you understand how a habit operates – once you diagnose the cue, the routine and the reward – you gain power over it. Transforming a habit isn't necessarily easy or quick. It isn't always simple. But it is possible. And now we understand

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