as title suggests, this story is an interesting look at habit with stories about habit as an inward driver, corporate setting, societal pressure and addiction. it is not a self help book with only a few nuggets of diy in the epilogue.
I thought the book covered powerful information that has always been at plain sight, and yet, we fail to spot. it's practical, and applicable for daily habits and business
how habits can create the world's biggest brand or can change the best mother into a gambler. why a murderer is less guilty than a gambler. how can an aluminum factory be changed to world's safest workplace. it all can be achieved by a small habit change.
This book was wonderfully informational about the current knowledge of human habit. If you're interested in knowing about your own life habits and aren't afraid of self accountability this book may just change your life.
The narrator is really great and the book uses very interesting stories to make its points which I found very interesting by itself. Only got 4 instead of 5 because I'm still not sure how effective it would be in the long run, but I do feel I've learned a lot about habits.