A recent book, Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business, does a wonderful job of telling long and interesting stories about the real-life benefits of changing what we do, when we’re doing things we’re not thinking about. Mr. Duhigg quotes at length research projects both famous and benign, recent and historical, and does a fair amount of investigating on his own. In short, get the Audible book and enjoy it in the car—we did!
Of particular importance to us, healthy financial habits can yield decades of benefits for you and generations of advantages for your loved ones. Consider these habits: