32 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Not much use as a self-help book,
This review is from: Making Habits, Breaking Habits: How To Make Changes That Stick (Paperback)
This book is marketed in the self-help field with its subtitle "How to make changes that stick".
However, it is one of those psychology books that catalogue endless dubious experiments by other psychologists, and is short on practical and pithy advice and exercises for changing habits.
Interesting in its own way, but for practical ideas to help change habits of thought and action there are far more useful tomes by the likes of Stuart Wilde and Tony Robbins among many others.