the power of habit
About a month ago I read a book I can't stop thinking about! The Power of Habit is the exact kind of non-fiction I love. It's
We're busier than ever. Yet what keeps us so busy is rarely the same as what contributes to our success. Mostly, it distracts from it.
We are creatures of habit, but what drives us to repeat the same behaviors and can we change them? Charles Duhigg, author of 'The Power of Habit' explains why we do what we do.
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. We are creatures of habit, but what drives us to repeat the same behaviors and can we change them? Charles Duhigg, author of 'The Power of Habit' explains why we do what we do.
Frame a situation around a much-cherished goal and you are more likely to stick to that goal and/or sway others to seek it too. That's one of many stories with lessons for sticking to a plan that psychologist and Harvard Business School professor Francesca Gino offers in her new book Sidetracked.
As anyone who has tried to keep a resolution knows, change is hard. Many of us over 50 have given up long ago on the idea that making a New Year's resolution is a path to anything but disappointment. It may be time to try again, however.
Today, pain is the exception in my life, not the rule, and meditation is time spent with God, not suffering.
All of these titles go great with sun and a splash of lemonade.
Bring this practice into the moments of your life at home and at work where you notice the habits occurring. Allow it to widen the space of awareness and choose a different response.
Keystone habits explain how Michael Phelps became an Olympic champion and why some college students outperform their peers.