Met and exceeded all expectations. Sometimes these books focus too much on the idea and not the science or proof behind the concept. This book provided countless relevant examples of willpower challenges and instructions on how to defeat your inner procrastinator.
The reader was fun to listen to and the content was very interesting, with a fair amount of examples to help give something to connect to as well as reiterate points while I was focusing on tasks at hand.
I though this book was worth getting but I didn't 'love' it. I felt like the author spent way too much time pointing out statistics than actually explaining how to better willpower. Overall I liked it but there were times that I realized I was ignoring it and daydreaming due to the mono tone of the reader and the hundreds of statistics examples that got a little overwhelming. I normally love statistics so I'm not trying to bash the book but if I wasn't already a fan of statistics- I would not have liked the book. I gave it 4 stars because it was interesting and the concepts were completely new to me so I enjoyed it overall. I'd recommend this book to others who like data for self reasoning, but for the average reader- I would recommend it with caution.
My way to work takes more than an hour and the same returning back. This book makes my ride so fun and beneficial. I learned a lot and I am thinking to play the series back again.
Performer/musician/writer in transition; inspired by traveling & people stories from all cultures. Listening is easier on the eyes.
I was hoping for more. There were a couple of interesting newer medical findings regarding the brain that were interesting, it's all been said before, much of it in books on meditation & mindfulness.