And happy Wednesday for all of my amazing readers in the rest of the world.
I’m so excited to share this week’s episode of Good Life Project™. Today’s guest is Charles Duhigg, New York Times investigative reporter and author of the massive New York Times bestselling book, The Power of Habit.
It’s kind of fitting that this episode airs on Independence Day. So many of us become slaves to the destructive habits in our minds and lives. The ones that stop us from being healthy, successful, connected to those we love and the things we truly value.
Well, that’s all about to end. This episode will light the fire of independence from the habits that are holding you down and shine the light of science on what really works.
Here’s a hint of what we get into in this powerhouse episode:
In this episode of Good Life Project™, Duhigg reveals how one of the biggest retailers in the world, Target, tapped habit analysis to figure out which customers are pregnant and leverages that information to cultivate new buying habits. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
He shares how to leverage the neuroscience of habit to create your own positive behaviors (hint: chocolate after exercise may not be such a bad thing). He reveals why old habits never really die and what to do about it.
Duhigg takes us behind the scenes of major corporations and shows how to use the science of habit to transform a failing businesses into a success story in ways you’d never suspect. And he shares how these ideas can be tapped to create larger shifts in cultures and societies for good or, if misused, not-so-good.
And, after being bombarded with requests, you can now listen to the show in audio mp3 format. Just head over and subscribe to Good Life Project™ and you’ll get an instant link to the private show audio vault.
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