In my previous blog (Habits: A Key to Sustainable Change), I discussed two key concepts related to habits from the book, The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg.
These concepts were:
- The Habit Loop: Cue (also called Trigger) leads to a Habitual Routine which leads to a Reward
- The Golden Rule of Habit Change: keep the same Cue and Reward, but change the Routine
Pal’s BEI teaches the keys to sustainability in its “Achieving World-Class Results” class, and one of these keys is making the right things habits. Because habits are important for operational excellence, creating the right ones are a key part of creating sustainable change. Continue reading