By reading this book, you will discover that habits are very powerful mechanisms.
You will also discover:
- that habits follow a very precise pattern;
- that it is possible to modify habits, but not to delete them;
- that habits can easily lead to success;
- that if not understood, habits can turn out to be destructive.
The existence of Lisa Allen, 34-year-old American, is governed by her bad habits: smoking, obesity, accumulation of debts. It is the day her husband leaves her that Lisa becomes aware of one thing: her life must change. It is from this click that Lisa begins a complete change in her lifestyle, focusing on one goal in particular: stop smoking. It then becomes unrecognizable. How can changing a destructive habit be the starting point for a whole new existence? To answer this question and many others, you will be able to benefit from the research of Charles Duhigg, who studied habits within the American army, to decipher the mechanisms.
This book is essential to understand his habits and change them.
Apply these principles to your behaviors. You will discover the source, and how to transform yourself. You can then put in place the mechanisms that, step by step, will lead you to a healthier life. A more fulfilling professional life. Better relationships with others.
Changing is like building a house. Your motivation provides the plans. The principles of this book provide the glue. All you have to do is start work.
Strong points :
- Gives applications in all areas.
Weak points :
- Some too descriptive passages
|Title||The Power of Habit|