The stories and scientific exploration of habits detailed in this book are both incredibly interesting and fun to listen to. Its sparked great conversations with my friends and family. Definetly a worthwhile listen
A series of really interesting stories that revolve around habits. If all you want from this book is self help on habits you might find the stories to be overblown but I found them consistently interesting, a lot of random facts you can bring up in conversation. The advice on habits is there also and it is very good but the stories are also a core part of it. With that in mind highly recommended, I loved it.
The author describes different instances where patterns were observed and analized. He informs the reader on how these patterns were managed and insight on how individuals can apply these pattern breaking methods in their own lives.
Great insight on how habits are built and how to manage them
The book is good, but the author tries too hard to make "everything about habit", which in some parts of the book does not feel genuine, creating a sense that the author is trying to reduce very significant historical events into a pre-set framework. Other than this caveat, the book is very good
Not unless there is significant advance on the research
The narrator had good diction and was easy to understand. However, the affected voice that the narrator makes to quote lines said by women is very annoying. Would wish he would not do that.
It was recommended one day, I bought it the same day and 4 days later I am done. It was meaningful and clear. I am putting things into practice right away.
At first I didn't believe there was a need for the overly detailed stories but I understand now. To understand the framework of habits, plenty of applicable examples showcase is true power of the subconscious. LOVED THIS BOOK! Already applying the framework and seeing results. Thank you so much for your efforts!
This audio book is full of story's that are supposed to pertain to the authors idea on habits. Which eventually they do but they are strung out for too long. I tended to loose interest before each point was made. The meat of the book is good but is buried behind these long winded examples.