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Good Habits, Bad Habits: The Science of Making Positive Changes That Stick (vuoden 2021 painos)

Tekijä: Wendy Wood (Tekijä)

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Psychology. Science. Self-Improvement. Nonfiction. HTML:

This program is read by the author.

A landmark audiobook about how we form habits, and what we can do with this knowledge to make positive change.

We spend a shocking 43 percent of our day doing things without thinking about them. That means that almost half of our actions aren't conscious choices but the result of our non-conscious mind nudging our body to act along learned behaviors. How we respond to the people around us; the way we conduct ourselves in a meeting; what we buy; when and how we exercise, eat, and drink??a truly remarkable number of things we do every day, regardless of their complexity, operate outside of our awareness. We do them automatically. We do them by habit. And yet, whenever we want to change something about ourselves, we rely on willpower. We keep turning to our conscious selves, hoping that our determination and intention will be enough to effect positive change. And that is why almost all of us fail. But what if you could harness the extraordinary power of your unconscious mind, which already determines so much of what you do, to truly reach your goals?

Wendy Wood draws on three decades of original research to explain the fascinating science of how we form habits, and offers the key to unlocking our habitual mind in order to make the changes we seek. A potent mix of neuroscience, case studies, and experiments conducted in her lab, Good Habits, Bad Habits is a comprehensive, accessible, and above all deeply practical audiobook that will change the way you think about almost every aspect of your life. By explaining how our brains are wired to respond to rewards, receive cues from our surroundings, and shut down when faced with too much friction, Wood skillfully dissects habit formation, demonstrating how we can take advantage of this knowledge to form better habits. Her clear and incisive work shows why willpower alone is woefully inadequate when we're working toward building the life we truly want, and offers real hope for those who want to make positive change.… (lisätietoja)

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Teoksen nimi:Good Habits, Bad Habits: The Science of Making Positive Changes That Stick
Kirjailijat:Wendy Wood (Tekijä)
Info:Macmillan (2021), Edition: Main Market
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This book has a lot of interesting things to say about why habits form and why they are so sticky...but its pretty short on practical tips on how to build new habits or replace bad ones. Since I suspect most people are reading this book looking for that practical nitty gritty, it's a bit of a disappointment. I'll also point out the author's emphasis on "intrinsic rewards" sounds good in theory, but really misses out on people who want to start doing things that they don't particularly enjoy. It's great that focusing on the theoretical reward intrinsic in going to the gym is more effective than extrinsic rewards....but how is that helpful to the person who doesn't particularly enjoy exercise? ( )
  Jthierer | Aug 8, 2023 |
Read a good review of this book in The New Yorker which prompted me to read it. An OK book, but I just didn’t care for it that much. The science part wasn’t made terribly interesting (and I’m a guy who loves reading about neuro-psych) and the self-improvement aspect was kinda weak. The review also mentioned Charles Duhigg’s book “The Power of Habit” - I read that quite some time ago, and I don’t remember if it had much science to it, but I thought it had much better concrete advice about forming “good” habits and minimizing “bad” ones.

Review here: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/10/28/can-brain-science-help-us-break-ba...
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  steve02476 | Jan 3, 2023 |
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  Nadia678 | Sep 11, 2022 |
I appreciated the science behind this book, it was explained and laid out clearly. The one concept that I'd never heard of before and will try to incorporate in my life is friction. It was best illustrated by the cooking example. If you want to learn a new recipe the best way to do that is to have everything needed prepared before starting the recipe, ingredients, tools, pans ect after that then you can just concentrate on the recipe. This would be easy to use in many aspects of life. ( )
  kevn57 | Dec 8, 2021 |
If you are looking for someone to give you a numbered list of exactly what to do to become a true person of *good* habit, you will not find such a list in this book. Good Habits, Bad Habits provided an organized and highly readable listing of the science around habits. I loved reading these studies and almost immediately started inserting them into small talk conversation. In addition to providing me with cocktail chatter for months to come, this book also helped me recognize moments when I'm most capable of making change (for example, upon a move, when I have to reset a lot of life routines anyway). Most importantly, this book underlines the fact that you can be the most passionate and determined to make a change but that determination lives separate to habit (where we *just do it* without thinking). So it's important when it doesn't work out to embrace forgiveness. ( )
  amysueagnes | Feb 21, 2020 |
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Psychology. Science. Self-Improvement. Nonfiction. HTML:

This program is read by the author.

A landmark audiobook about how we form habits, and what we can do with this knowledge to make positive change.

We spend a shocking 43 percent of our day doing things without thinking about them. That means that almost half of our actions aren't conscious choices but the result of our non-conscious mind nudging our body to act along learned behaviors. How we respond to the people around us; the way we conduct ourselves in a meeting; what we buy; when and how we exercise, eat, and drink??a truly remarkable number of things we do every day, regardless of their complexity, operate outside of our awareness. We do them automatically. We do them by habit. And yet, whenever we want to change something about ourselves, we rely on willpower. We keep turning to our conscious selves, hoping that our determination and intention will be enough to effect positive change. And that is why almost all of us fail. But what if you could harness the extraordinary power of your unconscious mind, which already determines so much of what you do, to truly reach your goals?

Wendy Wood draws on three decades of original research to explain the fascinating science of how we form habits, and offers the key to unlocking our habitual mind in order to make the changes we seek. A potent mix of neuroscience, case studies, and experiments conducted in her lab, Good Habits, Bad Habits is a comprehensive, accessible, and above all deeply practical audiobook that will change the way you think about almost every aspect of your life. By explaining how our brains are wired to respond to rewards, receive cues from our surroundings, and shut down when faced with too much friction, Wood skillfully dissects habit formation, demonstrating how we can take advantage of this knowledge to form better habits. Her clear and incisive work shows why willpower alone is woefully inadequate when we're working toward building the life we truly want, and offers real hope for those who want to make positive change.

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