I think so, there is enough good information in there that you could internalize even better with a second listen.
The recognition of the power of habit in ourselves and in others and how it can be made to work for you.
Great reader. The performance was excellent.
Understanding the secret forces that drive human behavior.
It's a little dry at the beginning and I found that at about 3/4 of the way through, it was a little less interesting - but the majority of the book was extremely interesting and very useful. He really delves into the psyche of how habits develop and become ingrained. Even more useful is the idea that when done properly, habits can be changed.
For anyone reading this who is in business and looking to affect change on a corporate scale - I think this is a must read. Duhigg does an excellent job of deconstructing how businesses are a product of their corporate habits and how those habits, especially in a time of crisis can be remolded.
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