If you are looking for a hands-on, practical approach to habits, then this is the book for you. This books is not science-y, like The Power of Habit, and that is articulated from the get-go. This book is a quick and easy read. Each chapter begins with an anecdote or narrative that illustrates the principle of the chapter; this enhances the accessibility of the content. Even if the reader only cherry-picked a few ideas from this book, they would most likely find benefit. Atomic Habits would also be a good book club read.
Although technically a non-fiction book that is aimed at the adult market, this would be a great read for teenagers interested in leveraging good habits. Realistic, viable, pragmatic–this book is worth a read.
Violence/Gore: Introduction describes severe sporting injury received by the author as a teenager with some graphic details, mention of blood.
Sex/Nudity: General, passing reference to sex.
Mature Subject Matter:
Alcohol / Drug Use:
Reference to heroin addiction in war veterans.