The speeches by Charles Duhigg delve into the implications of habit-formation and how their presence guard against effective psychological change.
Duhigg studied history at Yale University and business administration at Harvard Business School. He wrote for the Los Angeles Times for three years before moving to the New York Times to be a reporter in 2006. He has written series including 'Toxic Waters' (2009) and 'Golden Opportunities' (2007).
He is currently co-authoring a series call 'iEconomy' and has just released his new book, 'The Power of Habit' this February. He has won several awards for his writing, including the George Polk Award, The Scripps Howard National Journalism Award.
Drawing from his own journalism experience in Iraq, the speeches by Charles Duhigg explore the origins of habit formation in the military and apply it to the everyday routines that are seemingly unchangeable by people and companies today.