The Power Of Habit

Why We Do What We Do What We Do In Life And Business

Charles Duhigg

No matter what topic is presented, some books are inspiring, while some  are informative. The Power Of Habit is informative that solid science  orchestrates the tone of the book. Since the science of habit does not  entirely lie within the realm of traditional neuroscience—meaning that  it does not merely science-known biochemical reactions—but involves  human’s will or consciousness, I like the book because, within it, I  found a level of caution. The book  proves habits are malleable and achievable with considerable  self-discipline, and by understanding the roots and rewards of our  habits, we can eliminate negative in exchange for positive ones.

I feel like many of us need a higher degree of clarification on what we  unconsciously do every day. It requires strict self-discipline. It  requires extra effort, but who says life is easy.

Summer 2020

May 9, 2020, 3:00:00 PM

4.5

psychology, self-help, non-fiction, science

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The Power Of Habit