The Power of Habit
Why We Do What We Do, and How to Change
(Paperback)

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In Charles Duhiggs book on The Power of Habit we learn that habits are not the end of everything. one can change their habits to succeed in every aspect of their lives whether it is their professional or personal life. Summary of the Book Several companies have gone wrong with advertising. For example: Procter and Gamble was trying to launch their new product Febreze which turned out to be a major flop for the company. Then one day, one of the marketers see a pattern in their way of advertising and changes that. This brings about a sudden popularity of the product bringing in large profit for the company. This comes about to show that habits are not permanent. If they don’t work it does good to change the pattern so as to achieve better results. By adapting to this new science, we can change our business, communities and our lives. About the Author Charles Duhigg is a reporter with the business section of the New York Times. He has won the Pulitzer Prize for his job as a reporter. He is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Business School. His book The Power of Habit has been the New York Times bestseller books for over 60 weeks.

It is an inspirational guide that presents information about human nature and its huge potential to transform. The book introduces the reader to several scientific discoveries, explaining neuroscience behind certain habits and how they can be changed. While it is easy for some people to change their habits according to new situations, there are other people as well as organizations that find it very difficult to change.

But with changing times and needs, one must change, be it a person or an organization. The book enlightens the reader about importance of right habits for better living. Besides bringing positive power into mind and soul, good habits are also the reason behind success of various famous personalities.

The book even provides an insight into some of the world’s top companies and renowned personalities. For instance, the book tells about keystone habits of various individuals like Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, civil rights hero Martin Luther King Jr. and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz. Even success stories of different organizations, like Procter & Gamble, Target superstores, Rick Warren's Saddleback Church, NFL locker rooms along with that of the nation's largest hospitals are highlighted in the book.

Through his book, the author Charles Duhigg wants to tell the world how changing certain habits can make a huge difference between success and failure, life and death. The readers shall be enlightened to find that few good habits can be the leading cause of betterment of community, businesses or individual growth.

About the Author:

Working with the New York Times, Charles Duhigg is a journalist and non-fiction author. Charles has authored two books on habits and productivity; both books have been received well in many parts of the world.

AuthorCharles Duhigg
BindingPaperback
EAN9781847946249
ISBN1847946240
Height780 mm
Length508 mm
Width98 mm
Weight66 g
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
MPN20702468
Number Of Pages400
Package Quantity1
Part Number20702468
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2013-02-07
PublisherRHUK
StudioRHUK
Sales Rank57
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