The most important person we ever manage is ourselves. To the extent that “habits are the magistrates of our lives,” taking a hard look at what gets in our way of adopting good ones and shedding bad ones seems a good prescription. This article from Forbes enumerates Eight Habits that don’t usually make most people’s lists. If you want a little more insight about your habits, why you have them, and how to break them, then check out this brief offering from HBR with Charles Duhigg who recently wrote a bestselling book on the topic. This short interview (audio or text) will give you some insights into “Why We Do What We Do”.