Review On The Power Of Habit

“Habits aren’t destiny. Habits can be ignored, changed or replaced.”

The Power Of Habit, Charles Duhigg

Novel: The Power Of Habit

Published in: 2012

Genre: Non-fiction, Self Help

Author: Charles Duhigg

Blurb behind the cover:

In the Power Of Habit, award-winning New York Times business reporter Charles Duhigg takes us into the thrilling and surprising world of the scientific study of Habits.

He examines why some people and companies struggle to change, despite years of training, while others seem to remake themselves overnight.


The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg is a unique and interesting self help book which includes new and convenient details about Habits. The book is sure to change a reader’s thought process on the topic Habit. The Power Of Habit helps the readers to improve their vision on life. The Self Help book has many parts in which the writer tackles every sides of Habits with great examples which interest the readers. From the example of the CEO of the company Starbucks to Bachmann, the writer clearly describes the cue, routine and reward of Habits.

What makes the book interesting is the above mentioned cue, routine and reward which is clearly written throughout the book. The three words could do magic to your work or daily life routine. To find how to use the cue, routine and reward in your life, be sure to read the appendix part at the end of the book. The author also mention how does teamwork is important to run a business and how successfully you can grow a business in a shop by just observing how people work. The Power Of Habit is highly recommended as the readers will find themselves planning for their growth in their work and life after reading it.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

About the author:

The author Charles Duhigg was an American journalist/reporter in New York Times. He is a non fiction writer and was born on 1974. The author writes at the New York magazine and has won a Pulitzer Prize in 2013. Charles Duhigg has written two great books named Power Of Habit which was published in 2012 and Smarter Faster Better which was published in 2016.

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