A smoker for 26 years, David Rowland blows the holes right out of the cold turkey theory. In his attempts to quit smoking, Rowland signed up for just about everything going. Patches, gum, someone putting a needle in his ear. In the end he realized that you may as well put a potato in your ear for all the good it would do you.
He tried cold turkey and failed miserably.
But in his long history of trying to give up the weed, Rowland realized that although he wasn’t finding the nicotine replacement therapy to be useful, he knew that cold turkey was too much pressure for not only him, but many other smokers too.
Technology came to the rescue. With the invention of E-cigs (electronic cigarettes), Rowland found a tool that would provide the ideal intermediate stage to quit between smoking and non-smoking. The problem for most quitters was that there were no instructions with an E-cig telling you how to use it to stop smoking.
Rowland uses his years of experience as an attempted quitter and presents it for you in a compact method that allows you to give up cigarettes for good in two weeks.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Having the hypnosis material available for download as you cannot find the link on the internet as described in the book
What could David Rowland have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
He says to listen chapter by chapter but they don't have any headings in the listing
How could the performance have been better?
Overall pleasant to listen to
You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Overall made sense
Any additional comments?
Having the hypnosis and having the chapters listed by day would have been good