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The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in…
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The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business (original 2012; udgave 2014)

af Charles Duhigg (Forfatter)

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Award-winning business reporter Charles Duhigg takes us to the thrilling edge of scientific discoveries that explain why habits exist and how they can be changed. With penetrating intelligence and an ability to distill vast amounts of information into engrossing narratives, Duhigg brings to life a whole new understanding of human nature and its potential for transformation.… (mere)
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Titel:The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
Forfattere:Charles Duhigg (Forfatter)
Info:Random House Trade Paperbacks (2014), 416 pages
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    mene: In "The Power of Habit", it is described why people do things a certain way. The reason people buy so many things is also explained. "No Impact Man" is a good example of someone changing their habits (in a very extreme way). The author of "No Impact Man" also talks about why people buy so many things, among other things.… (mere)
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Durante os últimos dois anos, uma jovem transformou quase todos os aspectos de sua vida. Parou de fumar, correu uma maratona e foi promovida. Em um laboratório, neurologistas descobriram que os padrões dentro do cérebro dela mudaram de maneira fundamental. Publicitários da Procter & Gamble observaram vídeos de pessoas fazendo a cama. Tentavam desesperadamente descobrir como vender um novo produto chamado Febreze, que estava prestes a se tornar um dos maiores fracassos na história da empresa. De repente, um deles detecta um padrão quase imperceptível - e, com uma sutil mudança na campanha publicitária, Febreze começa a vender um bilhão de dólares por anos. Um diretor executivo pouco conhecido assume uma das maiores empresas norte-americanas. Seu primeiro passo é atacar um único padrão entre os funcionários - a maneira como lidam com a segurança no ambiente de trabalho -, e logo a empresa começa a ter o melhor desempenho no índice Dow Jones. O que todas essas pessoas tem em comum? Conseguiram ter sucesso focando em padrões que moldam cada aspecto de nossas vidas. Tiveram êxito transformando hábitos. Com perspicácia e habilidade, Charles Duhigg apresenta um novo entendimento da natureza humana e seu potencial para a transformação. ( )
  matheus1berto21 | Jul 13, 2021 |
Clear and effective presentation of how habits work, where they come from, how they change, and the terrible trouble they can cause. Most of the book covers what people have learned about habits and how they are studied, and case studies of habits causing remarkable, sometimes awful, behaviors. While it's certainly possible to learn a lot about your own habits and what you might do about them from this, that's not the book's primary focus. The appendix (just 12 pages!) however, provides a basic framework for habit change that seems quite effective. Don't skip ahead, though: the whole thing is definitely worth reading.

I'll add that the end notes are pretty comprehensive, and add a lot of interesting detail. For me, it was worthwhile heading back there after each chapter, to fill in details for the relevant page references. My book club members who read this on Kindle said they didn't find that convenient (and didn't realize there were end notes until I mentioned them during a meeting. So caveat emptor if you're an ebook person, I guess. ( )
  JohnNienart | Jul 11, 2021 |
A fascinating look at how we develop habits (individually or collectively), the problems that result when the habits are bad ones; and the benefits when the habits are good ones. Yes, there is advice on how to go about changing bad habits, but it isn't "magic pill" type advice. To change bad habits by Duhrigg's plan requires attention, determination, and focus. It requires experimenting to determine both what the cue in your life is that makes you begin the bad habit, and experimenting to determine what exactly the reward for the habit is. Only after knowing both of those things, can you begin to work on changing the habit.
With many diverse examples from individuals and businesses, the author illustrates his points in excellent detail. ( )
  fingerpost | Jul 10, 2021 |
Transformative. Such a good overview of habits and how they impact nearly everything. I started the book wanting to understand personal habits more, not really interested in group or societal habits, but as I learned, I kept finding ways to implement habit improvement across all areas of life. This will become one of those books I go back and reference every year or so. Hope the author updates it in years to come as more research unfolds. ( )
  youngheart80 | Jun 15, 2021 |
The subtitle for this book could be "How to use habit to direct human behavior". Most of the examples are less about habit on a personal level and more about them on a societal level. One example that I enjoyed was about a time in Iraq where people were collecting in a square everyday. Eventually someone would throw a loud firecracker (or worse) into the mix and everyone would flee -- a dangerous situation. Rather than using force to move people out, they moved the food vendors a block away. Now the crowd couldn't hang around for hours on end, as their food habits caused them to disperse earlier. ( )
  adamfortuna | May 28, 2021 |
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