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No matter what your struggles, The Power of Habit has the potential to change your life in more ways than one.  The author provides a startling study on the many facets of habit-forming as well as helpful tips for what we as individuals can do to make adjustments. There are also numerous insights to be claimed for managers and companies as well—with fascinating insights on the way our individual routines work together to create company-wide functions.

If you want to be more productive, lose a bad habit, or simply expand your perspective on the reasons for our actions—this is the book for you. With complex concepts simplified into usable formats and relatable examples, this book has the power; you have the potential. Together, they make one, show-stopping combination.

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Summary of The Power of Habit

Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg

Summareads Media

Contents

Introduction: Notes from the Summareads Team

Power Principles

Super Summary

Part I

1. A Study of Habit

2. The Science of Cravings

3. Old Habits Die Hard

4. Keystone Habits

5. The Starbucks Effect

6. The Cycles of Change

7. Consumer Patterns

8. The Power of Acquaintance

9. A Habitville Horror

Afterword

1. A Study of Habit

2. The Science of Cravings

3. Old Habits Die Hard

4. Keystone Habits

5. The Starbucks Effect

6. The Cycles of Change

7. Consumer Patterns

8. The Power of Acquaintance

9. A Habitville Horror

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Introduction: Notes from the Summareads Team

No matter what your struggles, The Power of Habit has the potential to change your life in more ways than one. The author provides a startling study on the many facets of habit-forming as well as helpful tips for what we as individuals can do to make adjustments. There are also numerous insights to be claimed for managers and companies as well—with fascinating insights on the way our individual routines work together to create company-wide functions.

If you want to be more productive, lose a bad habit, or simply expand your perspective on the reasons for our actions—this is the book for you. With complex concepts simplified into usable formats and relatable examples, this book has the power; you have the potential. Together, they make one, show-stopping combination.

Power Principles

Your brain uses habit loops to conserve energy. It uses triggers and rewards to establish efficient routines for a variety of tasks.Every time you repeat a routine, your brain strengthens that particular habit loop. It also creates a craving for the expected reward to motivate you to repeat the habit.In order to change a habit, you must first make a conscious decision to do so. Then, you must believe that change can be achieved.Keystone habits have the power to create a chain reaction of positive change throughout your life. Self-awareness is essential to identifying these habits as well as the cues and rewards for bad habits.Willpower is essential to success and must be strengthened like a muscle. Establish strong routines to help you power through the times when your self-control is weakest.