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From start to finish a quality book backed by the latest neuroscience research. Duhigg's book helps readers identify what a habit is, how it is created, how it functions, and provides a logical approach to analysis and modification. Not gimmicky and worth the read!
An exceedingly important topic dealt with entertainingly via narrative and example. My only reservation lies in the length of the examples being somewhat at the expense of a more practical description, which was given a brief overview in the appendix. For those just wishing to glean the 'how' the appendix would have sufficed.
This book opens the door to taking control of your choices, attitude, responses and the path your currently following.
I found it encouraging and simple to follow the recommended steps for changing the routines from self destructive to healing.
I highly recommend this book! It changed my life, and how I view life. I am thankful for the coaching on free will and how to strengthen mine. The information on how to discover what was wearing my free will down and remove those annoyances and deal with the hurts as an adult and discard the routines I had created in my youth and earlier days has made me feel like I have rediscovered myself.
loved the book, narrator was great, learned some eye opening philosophies and science. Great read for anyone tired of living a "habitually based life", striving to be more than yesterday.