There are many interesting stories of people who change habits. But not so much how you actually can do it. The 15 minutes prolog summarizes that info pretty well.
Customer Tracking Systems. Read the book and you'll find out what I mean.
Not sure yet- but maybe if you read the Power of Now you can tune into your the queues and rewards you use that reinforce your habits.
The voice acting was great and all the characters were believable.
I listened to this book mainly back and forth to work, returning from a convention, and finally finished it up at home one Saturday
This book delves into the psychology behind our habits. I was curious as to why it's difficult for me to do certain things and this breaks it down. It uses research and stories to present it's argument and gives you a good starting point to analyze yourself.
This book makes an interesting commentary on the power of habit and goes on at length with many anecdotes to illustrate the point. Unfortunately, it did not contain as much substance about building powerful habits as I had hoped.
This book is great! It leans to being clinical but at the same time is easy to listen to and understand. The examples of how habits are studied was quite alarming but very eye opening. Creatures of habit we are! At the end of the day, you have to desire change from a bad habit. You have to be willing to look at what may be a bad habit even if you are not necessarily aware of it. Love the Frame Work set out at the end!
There were many stories pulled into the author's story in order to form the idea of the power of habit in his layout. Some which I think are excellent some which I think were fallacy approaches. If I would need to read them by flipping page to page, I would have probably stopped in the first or second chapter. But when it is played on audio, I was able to follow in a stretch. I dislike the idea of how he exaggerates habits and dilutes all other crucial factors that plays in important historical change simply onto social habits. As for I had studied some of the events details that he had used for examples I knew they were more than that. However I do see his point at the end of what he was trying to relay. This book does not sell you habit, how to formula habit, how to initial motivation to change which will power is absolutely the main changing factor. But he does reminds me and explain the phenomenon of how organization behavior relates to social habit.