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    Informative read!

    Often illumination is about viewing a phenomenon in a different lens from that we have been habitually viewing. This book illuminates on how habits are created, maintained and can be changed in our personal lives, organizations and society. Like the author said, although the concept is simple, but to change a habit takes work. The good thing is, we have a guide on how to do it. Informative read!
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    Good

    I felt like it can be written in fewer pages. The summary of the book is at the end which was interesting
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    My prejudiced and opinionated view

    Some parts are well written, but some are less convincing. For instance, description on individual habits make sense , whereas social habits such as in Rick Warren's church are little bit confusing or even misleading. His understanding of how civil rights movement and MLK arose would actually match Malcolm Gladwell's Tipping point, but less to do with social habits.
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    Very nice book

    Its very nice book with alot of stories and case studies. It clarifies alot of habits in our life
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    Humans are creatures of habit

    Upon watching an interview of Charles Duhigg, I became interested in this book. This book uses research to show how habits are formed, and how they are important in everyday life. How habits are essential in all life circles.
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