Totally loved this book. Started to read it because I have many lousy habits (nail biting, exercise avoiding, obsessive-eyebrow plucking) and wanted to understand them more.
Anyway, I've been banging on about everything in this book, talking about all the examples of Alcoa and Tony Dungy and the London Underground and cue-routine-reward and it's probably driving my whole family nuts.
But who cares. I learned a lot. And I'm still finishing up reading the notes and appendices, which area also fascinating.