This book was very well written. I adored the way it was broken down into parts.
Easy to listen to, very entertaining and informative.
One small criticism for an otherwise throughly enjoyable book:
The narrator using different voices for the ladies that had input into this book was really annoying.
A must read if you want to change your life! No matter if it's addictions or just to become more productive, there are steps in this read to point you where you need to go.
This book is great. The seemingly simple yet highly implementable strategies will definitely help those who are looking to establish positive habits or trying to get rid of harmful ones.
Excellent self help book. 2nd time I have read and it's an excellent resource to understand and change our bad habits.
The Power Of Habit book is connected to everyone's life. I am so happy about this book connected to me. And narrator explained with real time examples in a nice way. How we can change a bad habit to new good habit. And the states of Remainder, Reward and Routine. A habit is a action that will perform with our brain functionality. So before starting a bad habit for sure our heart will say whether it is good or bad. Try to avoid bad habits. Your habits will decide your character and your future. I liked this book. Thanks for giving me a opportunity to read this book.
I did enjoy the performance of the narrator. He was well paced and sounded like he was invested in the subject matter. The idea behind the book is a very interesting topic and one with many practical applications.
I would have made changes to the length and number of stories. They were very long considering what the point actually was (demonstrating how habits work within the described situations). The stories were also separated out between other stories. In the middle of one story another one would begin, then before that one was done a third story, then back to the first, back to the third, finish the second etc. Maybe it was going for a "cliff hanger" type feel. Maybe it came across better in the book. It didn't work here, though.
I enjoyed the first scene where the woman made positive changes in her life with specific habit-minded techniques.
It believe it was too long if you can grasp a concept without anecdotes or if you easily forget the point of a story before it's over.
This was not so much a "self help" book as it was an explanation of different types and scales of habits. At several points I found myself thinking "He has this cool story he wants to tell and is trying to work habits in to it just so he can include it," or "He is making this story so much longer than it needs to be just so he can make the book seem long enough."