Building Good Habits, Breaking Bad Ones

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” -- Not Aristotle, but still an excellent sentiment.

Whether we realize it or not, habits make up our lives. Whether it's how we study, what we eat for dinner, if we work out or sit in front of the television, or even just the order in which we get ready in the morning, habits guide our choices. Habits are those things we do without having to think about them, like breathing or brushing your teeth. Building habits, though, requires some thought in the beginning, like getting yourself to floss. Breaking habits, too, requires a lot of work. 

These titles study the science and psychology behind habit building and breaking, simplifying tough behavioral concepts and giving you clear steps to take to help you find your best self.