The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do, and How to Change
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Listening Length 10 hours and 53 minutes
Author Charles Duhigg
Narrator Mike Chamberlain
Audible.in Release Date 05 April 2012
Publisher Random House AudioBooks
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English
ASIN B079WVLCCV
Best Sellers Rank #39 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals)
#1 in Science
#2 in Organisational Behaviour
#14 in Personal Success

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1.0 out of 5 stars [Read before you buy] - duplicate book
By Rahul on 20 October 2020
Everyone knows that it’s a really good book by Charles Duhigg, no doubt in that. But this sellers is giving a duplicate version of the book which is having very rough paper quality and poor print. It’s really a shame that such seller exists on amazon which sells product at 4-5 times costlier than offline.
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5.0 out of 5 stars HABITS:- A CURSE OR A BENEFIT
By SAINATH REDDY on 10 March 2019
Habits are the one which define a human being, that is why whenever we want to know about a person we will enquire about their habits. Good habits attract good people and bad habits make them avoid us or hate us. We are what we repeatedly do i.e., Habits.
This is a completely analysed and provocative book , it offers a detailed anatomy of habits. This book consists of three parts
1. Habits of individuals
2. Habits of Organizations
3. Habits of societies
After reading the first part I felt like a sense of accomplishment because it gives you complete awareness about making and breaking of habits. It tells you about the structure of habits and neurological reason for habit formation.
The second and third part are most fascinating and interesting because it explains how Great Organizations and social movements like civil rights movement about segragation of black people in America thrive for long periods and become successful . It is very interesting to know about how habits play in successful running of great organizations like ALCOA(Aluminum corporation of America), Target, Starbucks etc.,.
The best part of reading this book is knowing that a single key habit will have great influence in changing other behaviors of a person towards effectiveness and gradual reformation of entire temperament in personal and professional life.
The book will give a complete knowledge about the source of habit formation, structure of habits and detailed steps to change and form new habits. I personally felt that though you know everything about habit formation you need determination, commitment, patience and resistance to temptation to break old habits and form new habits . Because habit formation is gradual and takes time, on the top of everything you should believe yourself. Habits are often as much a curse as a benefit. Because habits never really disappear either they are good or bad.
LOVED entire BOOK .
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1.0 out of 5 stars One of the worst books about one of the most important topics. Absolutely useless!
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