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HABITS – Why we Make the Same Mistakes in Life & Business Over and Over

It’s Entirely Due to Habits You’ve Formed Over the Years!

Understanding habits can help you radically transform your life and boost your company’s profits, Charles Duhigg, an award-winning investigative reporter with the New York Times, argues in his new book. The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business examines daily life within a matrix of oft-overlooked habits that account for more than 40 percent of the actions people peformed daily, according to one study he cites.

That study looked at everything from Proctor & Gamble’s marketing of Fabreze odor freshener to how a down-and-out chronic smoker retooled her habits and became a fit, successful professional.

Most of the choices we make each day may feel like the products of well-considered decision-making, but they’re not,” Duhigg writes. “They’re habits.”

“When a habit emerges, the brain stops fully participating in decision-making,”

The key to changing habits? Understanding “the habit loop,” Duhigg says. This three-step process consists of a cue, or trigger (for example, you awake), a routine (you shower) and a reward (you feel clean and alert).

“When a habit emerges, the brain stops fully participating in decision-making,” he  writes.

Understanding this loop, Duhigg says, is what helped ad man Claude C. Hopkins transform Pepsodent toothpaste into “one of the best known products on earth” in the first half of the 20th century.  His ads in the 1930s explained “tooth film,” coating on teeth that everyone gets, as a trigger, with brushing as the routine and a more beautiful smile as the reward. Pepsodent spiced up the reward with citric acid, mint oils and other chemicals to enhance the cool, tingling taste, Duhigg says. Bingo. The power of habit.

“To modify a habit you must decide to change it.”

“Everything we know about habits, from neurologists studying amnesiacs and organizational experts remaking companies, is that any of them can be changed, if you understand how they function.” Duhigg writes. “However, to modify a habit you must decide to change it.”

Duhigg says he first became interested in the science of habits eight years ago as a reporter in Iraq. There he discovered an American officer in the small city of  Kufa conducting an “impromptu habit modification program.”  He asked the mayor to keep food vendors out of plazas to deprive potential rioters of dinner.

“People looked for the kebab sellers normally filling the plaza, but there were none to be found,” Duhigg says of one tense afternoon. “By 8 p.m., everyone  was gone.”

The description of the ripple effect new habits can start is telling. Duhigg says aluminum company Alcoa’s profits hit record highs under future U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill’s leadership thanks to his obsessive focus on one set of habits: worker safety.

That created he writes, a virtuous “loop” within the whole vast company: Unions embraced measuring individual productivity because it helped determine when the manufacturing process was posing safety risks; managers endorsed workers’ autonomy to stop production lines when they became overwhelming because it was the best way to stop injuries before they occurred.

The book The Power of Habit is published by Random House. These excerpts come from the review written by Bernard Vaughan and published in the Chicago Tribune earlier this year.

If you are struggling to make ends meet… don’t fall into the HABIT of blaming others like your boss or the economy or the powers that be in your state’s capitol or in Washington, D.C.

Now is the time to go into your own business where you never have to worry about your boss letting you go or your company outsourcing your job overseas.

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  • HOW  TO PRICE YOUR PRODUCT FOR BIGGEST PROFITS
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