Met my expectation, had a lot of good take aways and insight I think anyone could relate to. Whether you want to improve your habits or remove bad ones, this book will help you realize your internal potential and how to retrain your responses. Highly recommend
I love that I now know the history of the science behind the modern day thought on habit formation. This book is thorough and practical. A must-read for anyone struggling with habits (everyone, right?).
Extremely interesting & eye-opening stories (case studies) explaining the power of habit and also how some people and business prey on our habits.
Tools for how to break habits & make habits, and a perfect summary/simplified guide at the end.
I presently live in Central TX after spending 35 years in S FL. I was born and grew up in NW LA. I have been a reader my entire life.
I taught smoking cessation classes for twenty-five years, stopping when I moved cross country when I retired. The more I listened to this book, the more I recognized the patterns we used in the classes.
I intend to spread the word about it,especially to
I wish he would've gone more into the neuroscience and kept statistics in mind, but I think he was instead drawn to creating emotional appeal in having good relatable stories, etc. Overall it was very thought provoking though.