I have been telling everyone I know about this book! I love the statistics and research combined with anecdotes and advice!
This book is in three parts, whereas part one - habits of the individual - is by far the most interesting and best researched. I enjoyed the book and recommends other to read the book. However, I have to say the narrator was not great. In particular it annoyed me when he assumed the role of a woman by attempting to sound more feminine. It made my toes curl to be honest.
The author gives a lot of great examples and explanations of how habits are formed and mentions the key components.
If you're hoping to find/learn the key to creating/changing habits, he tells you there isn't one simple fix all key to habits.
However, he does give you pointers on how to discover your own key.
It's a good listen, but bounces from story to story a lot. Not overwhelming, but 3 or 4 substories make up one full story. Not necessarily guidelines to grow from but more of a be conceptually aware of what your doing. The most interesting part to me was talking about organization restructure and how focusing on a seemingly small detail can have such a massive effect.
The narrator is good. The overall the content is very good. The stories in the book are interesting but seem to jump from one story to the next which I felt lost focus on the chapter
This book has really motivated me to seek after those key habits that can improve my family's life. Good listen and read.