This was a well written book on a truly intriguing topic that was perfectly narrated Mr. Chamberlin.
The Power of Habit is a great overview of the science behind how habits are formed - for better or worse - and more importantly: how they can be harnessed and changed.
This is a great book that educates clearly on the habits we and others have and gives you the understanding on how to change your habits and influence others.
The only weak point of the book is it gets a bit wordy and takes a little too long towards the 65% completion point of the book.
Overall, this book is powerful and highly valuable is you desire to set goals to change habits.
is a review here optional or not it says optional demands 20 words? course after the Suns and Amanda to be 20 words as well
This is an excellent title with a good mix of stories and practical information.
I was especially impressed by the audio performance. While it was not the author, it was certainly delivered in a way consistent with an author-style delivery.
All the interesting ideas of this book are concisely expressed in the last chapter. The previous chapters overly illustrate a few interesting ideas.
Come on Home
I feel as though I learned a lot by listening to this book and will definitely use it as a reference point frequently in the future. The personal stories were fascinating, especially the background of the Rosa Parks bus boycott and the Rhode Island Hospital fiascos.
I believe that a 2nd listen while taking notes will definitely help me change anything about me that I desire to change. Highly recommend. Oh, and the Narrator did a great job.