I do leverage both though for my .
The Power of Habit adds very important theory around habits and neuro association which is very useful for your understanding. But also a few more practical tips I didn’t in Robbins. For example Duhigg stresses the need to experiment to pinpoint both cues and rewards (including suggestions to which categories they usually fall into).
And he adds the all important need to , such as all those times when you’re not at your strongest and thus more likely to fall back to old habits.


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