It's all in the reflexes
Lots of valuable stories, particularly in the first few chapters. After about 60% of the way through I realized I understood the content and the author was being quite redundant in what otherwise is an incredibly valuable exploration into the science of habit.
Great appendix, great info, buried in words.
This book could have been summarized in 1 hour or less. Too many stories that are drawn out and repeated. It was a struggle to get through to the end. The last 2 chapters were a waste.
This book turned me into an advocate for this book. After reading, I told people about it and recommended it to them.
Mike Chamberlain is great. Easy to listen to him for hours.
How to create positive habits and lose the bad ones.
Buy this book! it's great.
I found the book to have useful and interesting information. However like reading a textbook sometimes it could be cumbersome and tiring to get through. I don't have a good explanation as to why I found the book to be a little dry. It may have been the way it was written or perhaps the narrator or maybe a combination of both. I was able to take away some useful tips and tools to apply in my life which makes the book valuable. Still at times the book became boring and I just wanted it to end.