Really enjoyed listening. Delivery was superb. Slight voice inflection as he quoted added depth and authenticity. Scary what our habits betray about us!!! I was astonished at how easy it is to uncover what we think are personal choices, but fully exposed through our habits. A great read! (Listen)
I both enjoyed and would recommend this book. It's very informational even if at times it seems to be a bit redundant when trying to prove a point. And once you get used to the writer's style of writing a story within a story you'll do just fine.
The narrator was good, I'd listen to him again. But given the content he's not given tons of opportunity to show off what he can do. But I found him very easy to listen to and follow.
For me the big key was the appendix where there is more of a step by step on considering ways to address or overcome a habit you want to break.
I liked the case studies, though MLKs didn't fit within the context (referencing fame brings sales so I understand); however, indexing of most effective corrective actions for the reader was light (thousands of them yes, but outside of alcoholism and winning super bowls what are the most effect mechanisms for change) and identifying precisely which first steps to take should occupy more in order to span the issue:
identification --> corrective actions to choose from --> followup (verify habit and result).
An excellent audiobook that I would recommend to anyone. Incredibly useful content, especially if you are in a rut in life and want to change things up, like breaking bad habits or starting productive ones. The stories in the book are entertaining but also back up the authors points beautifully. The narration was excellent. Mike Chamberlain sets the bar for other narrators.
Narrator outstanding...period. the content is just as solid! it's one thing to offer habits we need to change but another to address proven methods in which we can change them. a book like this should be required reading starting in highschool! nicely done!!!
Great reading/listen, lots of different case studies and useful discussion. Discusses social and business habits, which I found more fascinating than my original draw of personal habits. Well rounded view of habits that surround all of us.