Friday, August 5, 2016

The Power of Habit

If you have not read Duhigg's bestseller yet, find the time to read it or at least see the TEDx Teachers College talk below, which is taken from the appendix of the book. The book is an excellent read.

Here is a good synthesis from the author of the book:

"As a result, this book doesn't contain one prescription. Rather, I hoped to deliver something else: a framework for understanding how habits work and a guide to experimenting with how they might change. Some habits yield easily to analysis and influence. Others are more complex and obstinate, and require prolonged study. And for others, change is a process that never fully concludes." (pgs. 275-76)


Dorothy said...

thanks, Dane, for keeping my professional development collection robust! This looks like a great read-

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this is something worth sharing. thanks for sharing a review for one of the best books around. yeah, some habits are really hard to change, unlike others. I would like to grab this book as soon as possible. thanks for the video link too...