Whether they’re good or bad, you probably don’t notice the many habits you have. That’s why they’re habits—they operate below the level of conscious thought. You wake up and brush your teeth, or you sit down and eat a bag of chips, or you check your email constantly—all without thinking about these actions. This is why changing habits can be so daunting. When you’re not even actively thinking about an action, how do you go about changing it? This audiobook summary of Wendy Wood’s Good Habits, Bad Habits lays out the workings of human habits, drawing on groundbreaking new research into the psychology of human behavior. Combining the insights of neuroscience and lab-based experiments, it shows how we can harness our habits to change our lives for the better.
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