I had just finished "Leaders Eat Last" and loved it. A coworker recommended this book. It's very similar, I happened to like "Leaders Eat Last" a little better for some reason. Maybe because I listened to it first, but they are very, very similar. Some of the stories in this book seemed dragged out. Overall a great message!
I really like the content and the examples. Really made me think about how habits affect my life. Already starting to take stock in my habits and roll up my sleeves and get to work.
Yes, the book had a lot of interesting anecdotes, and was very well narrated.
No, but it could have used a better conclusion; something to wrap it all up.
Scientific, reader-friendly, indepth habit analysizing book. Be careful though, it contains a lot of feels. I don't know if its correlated or not, but after listening to this book I feel much more in control of my life. also the person that voiced this is soooooo good. his reading skills are 10/10.
I really enjoyed his book. It gave well thought out examples to demonstrate the power of habits and the steps needed to change them. This is not a quick change your life tomorrow process. It is an in depth look at why we do what we do and how with effort we can recreate new habits.