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I also felt I was reading the same thing multiple times.
Now, if I hadn't read what I consider one of the best books ever, about a month ago, this book would have been much better for me. So low rating for me, but I wouldn't say don't read it. It was a quick read, he's absolutely right with how to approach a new habit, and it was cheap.
Much has been written on the matters of habits and routines, with a particular emphasis on the arduous nature of their development. With January 1st only days away, there is a sundry of blog posts and articles on how to set resolutions. Yet, each lacks emphasis on the tactical strategies required to set those resolutions in order to make them “stick”, thus improving the odds of achievement.
Damon presents a remarkably effective, though not original, technique for setting goals: breaking them down to the smallest iteration. He skillfully ensures you learn about triggers, routines, rewards, and the loops they create with respect to the development of habits. Quite impressively, he explains the frailty of willpower and motivation, properly placing them in perspective.
Readers of the numerous books on habits, mini-habits, and habit stacking will not find any new information here. Nonetheless, this book is the perfect primer for those new to the idea.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review,