I read the authors' works before. Particularly reading this one after reading Influencer seemed as if I am reading the same. There are books which I read over and over again and I find every read as humbling as the previous one. But I didn't have the same feeling on this one. I couldn't latch on to the book for long.I was disappointed to have spent money on this one :-(
Perhaps my review would have been different if this was the first book I read.
I love Mr.Grenny's narration and wouldn't have asked for more.
I love to read and listen to audio books.
Fabulous!! Absolutely a must read! I recommend this book to anyone who wants to improve and change their behavior.
I loved how straightforward it was with the steps of change and then giving many solid example of how to apply them. Definitely going to use teach this to others as well.
Of course this book is life changing as that is its purpose. Having majored in psychology, I am drawn to self help and behavioral science books. This book is liberating because it downplays personal motivation, which I have been considering as faulty reasoning before but didn't understand why until I read this. I really do believe I can change my problems and the world, in a sense. Who doesn't want to change the world?
Loved this read! It was a required book for a class I am taking and I am so glad it was. I look forward to applying the 6 sources of influence to many different behaviors I struggle with.
Like their earlier book, Influencer, Change Anything is an interesting and somewhat actionable self-help book that, if I were seriously committed to changing something about myself, I would probably find more useful. They do make change sound like a lot of work, and there's nothing I currently feel that desperate to change to make it worthwhile. That said, I've listened to this book several times and will probably re-listen to it periodically (although I might be better off just keeping notes from it on an index card- the basic tenets could definitely fit on one). I do have to take a few points off for the interview at the end. While it's an interesting summary of the book, it's also a somewhat saccharine circle-jerk, and that's an unfortunate final impression for an otherwise motivating and occasionally inspiring (if periodically melodramatic) book.
I haven't read the print version, so I can't compare, but the narrator reads clearly and is very easy to listen to.
The best part of this book for me was the various case studies.
The idea of altering influences in order to accomplish goals more easily.
Absolutely, the strategies and information taught in this book were fantastic the first time and I anticipate them helping me even more the next go around.
Hard to say seeing as how it was a self help book, but there were several memorable and eye opening statements and I loved how it was all backed up with academic research. The whole thing was memorable.
There aren't really different characters, just the narrator.
Yeah, it was shocking in its ability to portray new and helpful information, and helped me realize that I have approached change in my life in exactly the wrong way for a long time.
I have absolutely no doubt that the tactics and strategies taught in this book will work. I've read quire a number of self help books and I feel like this one took elements from many of them and formed it into a cohesive and effective strategy for enacting change or overcoming addiction in ones life.
One of the best!
I was most impacted by the idea of crucial moments and vital behaviors.
I'm using the concepts to work toward some extremely challenging goals this year. The idea that you can identify and plan for your most tempting or challenging moments was a big breakthrough for me.
Loved the reader!