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.
I would highly recommend this book. I only picked it on a whim. I had a short 1.5 hour trip to take and by the time I got to my destination - I did not want to turn this off. It was chalked full of research and examples of how our Habits impact our lives. I was able to take away some life changing information. I actually bought the book after listening to the whole audio so that I could reference back to it. Very enjoyable!
The content is amazing! I feel empowered and more introspective after listening to this book.
No, I would recommend listening to chunks in order to really digest the important information.
Intriguing, informative and thought provoking
I think I can make more progress on my own habits that I would like to change
Because I read this book
Might read it again too
This is now one of my favorite books. It shows us how to change our bad habits by replacing it with a different or better habit. It shows the process of changing our bad habits by doing it one habit at a time and helps us determine why we have the habits we do and what reward we are getting from the habit. I have already been changing my bad habits by changing one bad habit at a time. This is an excelent book and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to change things in there life for the better.
Insights on how habits form, how to change, them and examples from history - Tony Dungy, Rosa Parks, Alcoholics, Gamblers, Michale Phelps, and companies.
Not all in one, but maybe 5. Not bad for a 10 hour book.