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Name on Cover: The Power of Habit
Author: Charles Duhigg
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Table of Content
- The Habits of Individuals
- 1. The Habit Loop
How Habits Work
- 2. The Craving Brain
How to Create New Habits
- 3. The Golden Rule Of Habit Change
Why Transformation Occurs
- The Habits of Successful Organizations
- 4. Keystone Habits, Or The Ballad Of Paul O’neill
Which Habits Matter Most
- 5. Starbucks And The Habit Of Success
When Willpower Becomes Automatic
- 6. The Power Of A Crisis
How Leaders Create Habits Through Accident
- 7. How Target Knows What You Want Before You Do
When Companies Predict (and Manipulate) Habits
- The Habits of Societies
- 8. Saddleback Church And The Montgomery Bus Boycott
How Movements Happen
- 9. The Neurology Of Free Will
Are We Responsible for Our Habits?
A Reader’s Guide to Using These Ideas
A Note on Sources
A Note on Source
The reporting in this book is based on hundreds of interviews, and thousands more papers and studies.
Many of those sources are detailed in the text itself or the notes, along with guides to additional resources for interested readers.
In most situations, individuals who provided major sources of information or who published research that was integral to reporting were provided with an opportunity—after reporting was complete—to review facts and offer additional comments, address discrepancies, or
register issues with how information is portrayed. Many of those comments are reproduced in the notes.
(No source was given access to the book’s complete text—all comments are based on summaries provided to sources.)
In a very small number of cases, confidentiality was extended to sources who, for a variety of reasons, could not speak on a for-attribution basis.
In a very tiny number of instances, some identifying characteristics have been withheld or slightly modified to conform with patient privacy laws or for other reasons.