Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Power of Habit

The Power of Habit By Charles Duhigg 6/7 stars I found this book fascinating. Duhigg examines not only the psychology of habits, but also the neurology. The basic idea is that a habit involves four components: craving, cue, routine, and … Continue reading

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The Improvisation Edge

The Improvisation Edge Karen Hough 3/7 Stars This book examines how skills in improv can improve your ability to build trust and collaborate in creative ways. The main tenants are: accept other’s suggestions, explore and build on those suggestions, everyone … Continue reading

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