Masterclass on Habits and Becoming a Super Communicator with Charles Duhigg
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#159: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Charles Duhigg explores the impact of building habits on our lives and relationships. The episode covers the elements of a habit loop, effective strategies for creating, changing, and redirecting habits, the significance of setting realistic goals and much more. It also dive into ways to utilize the science of conversation and connection to build habits that transform you into a supercommunicator. Charles Duhigg is the author of The Power of Habit, which spent over three years on New York Times bestseller lists, Smarter Faster Better and most recently Supercommunicators. He currently writes for The New Yorker magazine and is a former columnist and senior editor at The New York Times. Link to Full Show Notes: Partner Deals Facet: Personalized Financial Planning + $250 enrollment fee waived Pique Tea: 15% off delicious teas + a free quiver with 12 tea samples Notion: Try Notion AI free to automate tedious tasks and streamline your work Gelt: Skip the waitlist on personalized tax guidance to maximize your wealth DeleteMe: 20% off removing your personal info from the web For all the deals, discounts and promo codes from our partners, go to: Resources Mentioned Charles Duhigg: Website | Email | LinkedIn The Power of Habit Supercommunicators Full Show Notes (02:41) Elements of a Habit Loop (06:23) Ways to Create a Habit (09:01) The Timeline to Build a Habit (11:02) Ways to Change or Redirect Habits (18:08) The Cookie Habit (23:34) Importance of Setting Realistic Habits (26:43) The Role of Keystone Habits (31:26) How to Make Rewards Feel More Rewarding (37:35) Create an Environment to Make the Habit Easier (39:40) How to Create Effective To-Do Lists (43:47) The Connection Between Communication & Habits (47:11) Why There's No Gender Difference in Communication (48:37) The Best Communication Habit (53:51) An Example of a Social Conversation (58:54) Listening During Conflict: Looping for Better Understanding (1:00:59) Habits of a Good Conversationalist (1:03:55) The Benefits and Value of Being a Supercommunicator (1:05:28) Tactics to Become a Supercommunicator Connect with All the Hacks All the Hacks: Newsletter | Website | Membership | Email Chris Hutchins: Twitter | Instagram | Website | LinkedIn Editor’s Note: The content on this page is accurate as of the posting date; however, some of our partner offers may have expired. Opinions expressed here are the author's alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, hotel, airline, or other entity. This content has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of the entities included within the post. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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