Wanted more applicationn, more how to
I think a workbook to accompany this would be amazing.
The anecdotes were very enjoyable to listen to.
No, but I did enjoy large chunks
Someone looking for an in-depth psychoanalysis or biological perspective of habit formation will not be pleased but for the layman, it is a pleasant and wonderful listen.
The balance of anecdote, example, science and practicality makes this a must read for anyone interested in professional development and effectiveness.
The performer has the best voice for this stuff. I must look for his other performances, of which I've already read the memory one.
Thank you, Mr. Duhigg, for sharing your work. Thank you audible for offering the book in this format. Best of luck to all in future endeavors!
There are a lot of things I didn't know about how habit works, mainly the fact that habits have 3 main components, the queue, the routine, and the reward.
The story are a lot illustrative and revealing