Publisher Description

“For over five years, I’ve helped 100,000’s of people in 142 countries improve their habits. I originally built a habit tracking app to make it easier for myself, and it changed my life…I used it to lose 40 lbs, decrease my body fat by 7 points, and pay off over $100,000 in debt, all while spending more time with my family and on my hobbies. That was great, but the best part is that so many other people benefited from it too. Over the years, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about planning, tracking and reflecting on habits, so I set out to write a step-by-step strategy guide that’s jam-packed with tips to make it easier to build good habits, break bad habits and achieve your goals.”

GENRE
Self-Development
RELEASED
2017
July 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
104
Pages
PUBLISHER
ConquerApathy.com
SELLER
John K Richey
SIZE
1.1
MB

Customer Reviews

blwinters ,

Great action plan

This book is an easy read with very practical information. I really liked his advice to focus on how a decision/habit will impact my future self. I now have a framework for creating new habits, so it’s much less daunting to begin changing my old ones. First up, a consistent sleep schedule.

kashlondon ,

Entertaining Book

This book has ALOT of mis spelled words but overall Good Techniques mentioned

ѕтeғαɴ ,

Great Content, Poor Aesthetics

I purchased this book to help me get started building habits using the Strides App, and it has done just that! I would definitely recommend it to anyone who's looking for a quick way to jump-start intentional habit-alteration, whether you use Strides or not.

However, I am really disappointed with the subpar epub design. One of the most significant advantages of eBooks in this format is the various customizable viewing options, which are NOT available in this book! On a Mac, you're forced to view it in 'Two-Pages' mode, using the (standard) white theme, and the unpleasant Times New Roman-esque font. NONE of these options are editable! Oddly enough, you can change the theme on the iOS version, but you're still stuck with the default font. Since I primarily read on my computer, this has significantly affected my overall experience.