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Great introduction to habits.
This is a Non-Fiction title.
Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
It’s a great introduction to habits, and suggestions on how to break them.
♥ Story ♥
This title is more of an introduction than it is a full length in-depth instructions. Its short and to the point with little fluff, so worth it if you want the basics.
I give it props for pointing out the difference between what is a habit and what might be a more complex condition that one might need to seek professional help for.
♥ Author ♥
John S. Lawson is new to the market, with only a handful of titles to his name and all of which published this year. This title was a good collection of information so I would be interested in his other titles.
John has 03 titles listed on Audible.
♥ Narrator(s) ♥
Harry Roger Williams III does excellent narration for this Non-Fiction title. He speak very clearly and with authority of subject. I would of thought him the writer.
Harry has 59 titles listed on Audible. All of which are Non-Fiction.
Audiobook obtained for free at my request and I am voluntarily leaving this unbiased review
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3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This is a great resource for establishing beneficial habits that lead to a goal. Chock full of easy to understand behaviors to assist you along your way in accomplishing what ever you want. The author not only covers processes that will help you do whatever you want to do but more importantly how to become who you want to become.
This was well worth my listening time and I have been reminded of some of the principles of true personal growth.
I was given this audiobook for free in exchange for my unbiased review.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I liked this book and am going to buy the ebook so I can go back over the tips and ideas more easily.
It is a brief book which makes it easier to get through and there are lots of ideas in there I want to look further into, but this has given me a bunch of things to use right now.
There is a lot of claims and statements made without references, I would prefer a list of references to the scientific studies, say in a pdf, to check for myself, but none seem unlikely or extraordinary and so I will just see if his tips work for me.
Unfortunately the one downside for me was the narrator. While certainly not the worst I've ever heard and I think with practice could be quite good, his narration speed is too fast, the words he chooses to emphasise and when he pauses are frequently not the most appropriate and he makes it sounds a bit like he is trying to sell me something the whole time.
I was provided with a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased review.