The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg ~ Wednesday’s Book of the Week

This week’s book of the week is The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. A New York Times bestseller, the power of habit talks about why we do what we do in life and business. One of the most interesting things about habits, as Charles mentions in the TED talk below, “When a habit emerges, the brain stops fully participating in decision making. It stops working so hard, or divest focus to other tasks. So unless you deliberately fight a habit – unless you find new routines – the pattern will unfold automatically.”

Each week I pick a Book of the Week with the intention of helping you find and develop your “superpowers”.  Throughout the week I will discuss the book and look forward to your input in the discussions. This blog is or superheroes and superheroes in training.



Read with me through the week!

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Part One The Habits of Individuals Pg 3-93 

Thursday and Friday

Habit Loop

Habit Change ~ How I Really Became a Morning Person

Part Two The Habits of Successful Organizations Pg 97 – 212

Saturday and Sunday

Keystone Habits

Part Three The Habits of Societies Pg 215 – 302

Monday and Tuesday

The Willpower Habit 

Look for blog posts on these days and share your thoughts in the comment sections! 

Feel free to share these tweets from the book! 

I look forward to hearing your thoughts!

Sarah Jackson

Vigilant Poster Girl

Read along with us The Power of Habit 




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