The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg


Hmmm….not sure what happened here but I posted this and then it disappeared. So let’s try again. This book was recommended in a tweet by someone I work with so I thought I’d pick it up. It’s another one of those books that’s useful in work conversations – particularly when I’m facilitating training sessions. Some of the arguments and examples are stronger than others but overall it’s a good read. I found the model around how habits are created to be particularly useful.

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