If you're looking for a book that gives you some ideas for how to have better eating or exercise habits this isn't really the book for you. It can do that but in a more round about manner. It's more of a collection of stories on the power of habits. Many of them were really interesting, it's just that it took 11 hours to get to the final 30 minutes which is finally what I was looking for. An honest more personal discussion of habit change. It was a little frustrating that it was so drawn out but in the end I'm glad that I listened to a lot of the interesting stories. They're just kind of cool to know.
It was a very interesting read. A bit long and clinical for what I was looking for but the appendix is very helpful on how to actually change your habits. I recommend this book to people who like learning about how the brain works and why we think and act the way we do rather than someone looking for a personal development book. Still, very well-written and interesting.
For anyone who has never read anything related to habits, this is a great read that will provide you with examples of people and companies who have applied the science of habits and have changed whole environments. Great audible.
Too short, but a great study and reminders about how empowered we are to reprogram our habits and our lives, or to avoid those things we cannot. An interesting read ~ recommended.