The Power of Habit
by Charles Duhigg
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Identifying the neurological processes behind behaviors while explaining that self-control and success are largely driven by habits, a guide by a Yale-educated investigative reporter for The New York Times shares scientifically based ...

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Some habits are more important than others. An individual trying to improve their life overall need to prioritize by identifying keystone habits. When keystone habits change, they "shift, dislodge and remake other patterns." They start a process that transforms everything over time.
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Some habits are more important than others. An individual trying to improve their life overall need to prioritize by identifying keystone habits. When keystone habits change, they "shift, dislodge and remake other patterns." They start a process that transforms everything over time.
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In the appendix, the author describes a framework that everyone can use to diagnose and shape almost any habits:
Identify the routine
Experiment with rewards
Isolate the cute
Have a plan
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In the appendix, the author describes a framework that everyone can use to diagnose and shape almost any habits:
Identify the routine
Experiment with rewards
Isolate the cute
Have a plan
Alice W.Alice W. added a note
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In addition to the loop of habit (cue --> routine --> reward), behavior change requires belief -- the belief that the self is in control; the belief that change is possible.
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In addition to the loop of habit (cue --> routine --> reward), behavior change requires belief -- the belief that the self is in control; the belief that change is possible.