the power of habit audiobook

New York Times success 

Right now exemplary investigates how we can transform ourselves by changing our propensities. 

Named probably the best book of the year by The Wall Street Journal and Financial Times 

In The Power of Habit, grant winning business correspondent Charles Duhigg takes us to the exciting edge of logical disclosures that clarify why propensities exist and how they can be changed. Refining tremendous measures of data into charming accounts that take us from the meeting rooms of Procter and Gamble to the sidelines of the NFL to the forefronts of the social liberties development, Duhigg presents an entirely different comprehension of human instinct and its latent capacity. At its center, The Power of Habit contains an invigorating contention: The way to practicing routinely, shedding pounds, being more useful, and making progress is seeing how propensities work. As Duhigg shows, by tackling this new science, we can change our organizations, our networks, and our lives. 

"Sharp, provocative, and helpful." (Jim Collins) 

"Few [books] become fundamental manuals for business and living. The Power of Habit is an exemption. Charles Duhigg clarifies how propensities are shaped as well as how to kick awful ones and cling to the great." (Financial Times)