This book is a great read. It is easy to listen to; lots of examples to bring home to your own life. Great for work- or for changing your thinking about little things you may even do at home. I definitely would recommend for anyone to read this book.
My first one, so can't really compare.
My first self help book.
To understand why we gave habits and routine.
That it was the same old things that you already knew knew just different stories
Something fun and exciting, and not the same old thing dressed up in different packaging.`
the last few pages because I knew that I was about to be done listening to this book
This was a good book. It had a lot of great examples of how our habits are formed and how we can change them.
I found this book very inspiring personally, and very useful professionally.
The reader has just the right mix of interest and enthusiasm, with out overselling the points.
This was the first book that I listened to and I'm very glad that it was my introduction. I live very far out of town and spend a lot of time driving. This has made me enjoy this chore so much.
Stuck with the facts and how to change you own habits.
Relayed the information, instead of getting lost in stories that only served to get me lost.
I found this book monotonous and slow. It wasn't at all what I was looking for. I was very disappointed, and regretted downloading it. Total waste of a credit, as far as I am concerned.
A fascinating book read in a fantastic way by Mike Chamberlain, The Power of Habit is a moving, thought-provoking, and enjoyable listen for anyone interested in habits and how they work and influence us in our daily lives.
I did not read the print version, but the unabridged version was very good
The Happiness Effect both offered very tangible information
No, I had not listened other performances, but found this performance very good.
I could have listened to this in one sitting it is very interesting
I thought the last section dragged a bit, but the topic is interesting enough to look past the last section.
Once in a while, you read/listen to a book that shakes and forever changes the foundation of your core; This was one of those books for me. Duhigg does a beautiful job on educating the reader on the creation, implemenation, and uses of habits; all in a very simple language everybody can understand. He begins by describing them in a personal level, and even goes to describe the habits of the country. Great book, WORTH THE MONEY!
Not much story, his progression is nice though.
Great job, he speaks smoothly.