The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business - 3. The Golden Rule of Habit Change Summary & Analysis

Charles Duhigg
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3. The Golden Rule of Habit Change Summary and Analysis

Tony Dungy was the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and managed to take the team from being one of the worst teams in football to being extremely successful and eventually winning the Superbowl. Dungy had wanted to be a coach for a very long time, but many teams turned him down because his central philosophy was all about changing the habits of the team. Dungy understands that if you use the same cue and give the same rewards, you can change the middle routine. He does this, and the Buccaneers transform into an incredible team.

Dungy watches his team play against the San Diego Chargers. They are slightly behind. He has taught his team a single play, but tried to make them do it incredibly fast. The players have...

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