The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg will not only make you more aware of your own habits, but will explain why the usual method of changing habits through will-power and self-effort are usually doomed. This flies in the face of what most of us have been taught at practice management seminars. Whether it’s repeating affirmations, 21-days of new behaviors or 40, Duhigg paints are far different picture of what a habit is (cue > behavior > reward) and what hope we have of actually exchanging one for something more constructive. The real reward is the 10 pages of the appendix at the back of the book. Enjoy!