Charles Duhigg – The Power of Habit – Book and TED Talk

By Mark Vincent

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The Power of Habit By Charles Duhigg


Apparently 85% of what we do is driven by habit. Think about driving a car or doing mundane chores at home, often we’re lost in thought and only barely conscious of what we’re doing. Habits can work for us or against us. In this excellent book and TED talk Charles Duhigg shows us how we can hack our less useful habits to create new, better ones. And the real eye opener for me was the realisation that an organisation can have group habits too and they can equally be productive or destructive. The book link is here if you are interested:

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