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No more quitting. No more procrastinating. Develop good habits and achieve your goals in life. Best-selling author Jennifer Alison brings your her new book for 2017 dealing with self-discipline. A realistic document on how to easily and effectively achieve more in life and develop the sort of everyday habits that will help you reach your goals. Learn how to stop quitting No more quitting. No more procrastinating. Develop good habits and achieve your goals in life. Best-selling author Jennifer Alison brings your her new book for 2017 dealing with self-discipline. A realistic document on how to easily and effectively achieve more in life and develop the sort of everyday habits that will help you reach your goals. Learn how to stop quitting things, how to eradicate the curse of procrastination and how to not let pressures and anxieties hold you back. Discover how to move forward in life, get over failures and rise again to be a stronger, more efficient and ultimately happier person.


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No more quitting. No more procrastinating. Develop good habits and achieve your goals in life. Best-selling author Jennifer Alison brings your her new book for 2017 dealing with self-discipline. A realistic document on how to easily and effectively achieve more in life and develop the sort of everyday habits that will help you reach your goals. Learn how to stop quitting No more quitting. No more procrastinating. Develop good habits and achieve your goals in life. Best-selling author Jennifer Alison brings your her new book for 2017 dealing with self-discipline. A realistic document on how to easily and effectively achieve more in life and develop the sort of everyday habits that will help you reach your goals. Learn how to stop quitting things, how to eradicate the curse of procrastination and how to not let pressures and anxieties hold you back. Discover how to move forward in life, get over failures and rise again to be a stronger, more efficient and ultimately happier person.

30 review for Self-Discipline: Develop Good Habits. Achieve Your Goals.

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rick te Molder

    A three hour pep talk. Well written and well narrated by Charles Wells on Audible. Just the right balance between being kind and being tough. Don’t expect it to be a short cut to happiness or to provide life changing new insights. But how nice is it to be remembered empathically about the things we know but not always apply? Great to listen to during a work out.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    This book provides basic steps for building good habits. It's good if that's all you're looking for - checklist of steps to try. However, changing is hard. It lacks the variety of examples and inspirational stories needed to be an excellent book on building good habits. This book provides basic steps for building good habits. It's good if that's all you're looking for - checklist of steps to try. However, changing is hard. It lacks the variety of examples and inspirational stories needed to be an excellent book on building good habits.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    It's not bad, but it is terribly basic. I could only recommend this to someone who has never read anything about the subject. It that case, it would be a 4-star book and a good starting point on the topic. It's not bad, but it is terribly basic. I could only recommend this to someone who has never read anything about the subject. It that case, it would be a 4-star book and a good starting point on the topic.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gard

    Read this if self-evident truths are your thing.

  5. 4 out of 5

    LeeTravelGoddess

    For the undisciplined... not for us with even an ounce of discipline 😹😹😹!!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Eileen

    I listened to this only since it was an Audible Daily Deal. Although I didn't learn anything new, I think it could be a helpful set of reminders for some young adults. I listened to this only since it was an Audible Daily Deal. Although I didn't learn anything new, I think it could be a helpful set of reminders for some young adults.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cameron

    Self-Discipline is another great book on developing good habits. This book is a self-help book that helps you break down the barriers that are holding you back. While this book did not give me any earth-shattering new content it helped me reprioritize my habits, goals, and decisions. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick read that will allow you to analyze your daily habits, routines, and decisions. This book is a great way to check and make sure you are still on track or it Self-Discipline is another great book on developing good habits. This book is a self-help book that helps you break down the barriers that are holding you back. While this book did not give me any earth-shattering new content it helped me reprioritize my habits, goals, and decisions. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick read that will allow you to analyze your daily habits, routines, and decisions. This book is a great way to check and make sure you are still on track or it will help you get you back to where you need to be. Good Read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    John

    I am a very motivated person, who usually get things accomplished. However, I am always looking to find new mechanisms to improving my self-discipline. The book falls into the realm of the Nike colloquialism of Just Do It. Well, everyone know to accomplish anything that you have to just do it, get to work on the task. Everyone also knows that you need to plan on how to accomplish whatever you plan on doing. Everyone knows that it could help to make a list. Everyone knows that if you make excuses I am a very motivated person, who usually get things accomplished. However, I am always looking to find new mechanisms to improving my self-discipline. The book falls into the realm of the Nike colloquialism of Just Do It. Well, everyone know to accomplish anything that you have to just do it, get to work on the task. Everyone also knows that you need to plan on how to accomplish whatever you plan on doing. Everyone knows that it could help to make a list. Everyone knows that if you make excuses then you probably will not complete the task. Then she goes further to state Weight Watchers’ incentives to reward yourself when you accomplish small steps. Then she says to not make you goal too big, unachievable. Sounds like a losers mentality to me. Set you goals outside of your reach and achieve them, that’s my motto. If you don’t reach them then half of the accomplishment should have been just reaching for the sky and learning to fall on your ass and getting back up. She states that failure is just another opportunity to succeed. Well, of course it is. Nothing in this books is anything that people don’t already know. The only thing worth mentioning is well, nothing.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Raghad Muath

    Do you know the feeling when you are super excited about a particular new item/dish, that looks so good, which you have been seeing it's ad everywhere, and couldn't wait to try it out, and when you did, you were like "meh!" it wasn't good but it wasn't bad, either, just meh! Same taste, but different presentation. That's the same feeling I had for "Self-Discipline", it didn't bring new things to me, but more like reminded me of techniques I've read or heard elsewhere (other management and self-de Do you know the feeling when you are super excited about a particular new item/dish, that looks so good, which you have been seeing it's ad everywhere, and couldn't wait to try it out, and when you did, you were like "meh!" it wasn't good but it wasn't bad, either, just meh! Same taste, but different presentation. That's the same feeling I had for "Self-Discipline", it didn't bring new things to me, but more like reminded me of techniques I've read or heard elsewhere (other management and self-development kind of books). All the points pour to one major point; it starts from within. If you are not 100% convinced that you want to change to improve, all these techniques mentioned, and others, will slightly do some changes, temporary. Self-discipline, from finishing a task or a project, to learning new skill, starts from within. I recommend this book to those who are not familiar with other books, or want to grasp as much information and knowledge as they can from fewer books, this one, Self-Discipline: Develop Good Habits. Achieve Your Goals by Jennifer Alison, is for them.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dennis Murphy

    Self-Discipline: Develop Good Habits. Achieve Your Goals. by Jennifer Alison is essentially a "self-help for dummies" text. Can it help you? Sure, but you should really already know what this book is. Seriously, take a few minutes and imagine what you should write down in order to give some advice about developing good habits. Did you say something about procrastination being something to tackle? What about the need to make sure your goals are achievable? Or making sure you do not try to do too Self-Discipline: Develop Good Habits. Achieve Your Goals. by Jennifer Alison is essentially a "self-help for dummies" text. Can it help you? Sure, but you should really already know what this book is. Seriously, take a few minutes and imagine what you should write down in order to give some advice about developing good habits. Did you say something about procrastination being something to tackle? What about the need to make sure your goals are achievable? Or making sure you do not try to do too much at once? Well, congrats, this book is of a similar vein. There are also a few discomfiting lines that just grate to come across. You know the ones: Do you spend time reading a book, and or watching television? Let me help you accomplish your work goals, and or life goals. If I ever write like that, punch me in the head please. Better quality will emerge after the comma. But I am being mean. This book is harmless and short. It might actually be pretty useful for some young people who never got good advice in their life. It was also really cheap. 70/100

  11. 4 out of 5

    Chris Esposo

    Bland and mediocre, the book is another 2 hour pep-talk text that might be cheaper than paying for 2 hours of time for a life coach, but is trivial as a book of content. The overall message can be summarized as: accomplishing goals is hard, therefore make a bunch of little goals. Engage in frequent introspection and to stay "on course". If one is interested in this topic, try "Fast Focus", "Peak Performance", "The Now Habit at Work", or any of Cal Newport's books. This one is too short and too t Bland and mediocre, the book is another 2 hour pep-talk text that might be cheaper than paying for 2 hours of time for a life coach, but is trivial as a book of content. The overall message can be summarized as: accomplishing goals is hard, therefore make a bunch of little goals. Engage in frequent introspection and to stay "on course". If one is interested in this topic, try "Fast Focus", "Peak Performance", "The Now Habit at Work", or any of Cal Newport's books. This one is too short and too trivial to be of much value. Not recommended

  12. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Good for a first read. If you have never read a book on self disciplines, this will be a quality read. Helpful and a good place to start. If you are like me and you are a junkie for this stuff - this one won't offer anything earth shattering. I got it as a discounted audible read and thought it would offer me new ideas to share. For the right audience, this is a fine read. I hope this review helps them find it. Good for a first read. If you have never read a book on self disciplines, this will be a quality read. Helpful and a good place to start. If you are like me and you are a junkie for this stuff - this one won't offer anything earth shattering. I got it as a discounted audible read and thought it would offer me new ideas to share. For the right audience, this is a fine read. I hope this review helps them find it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    TheLadyFebruary

    Was just okay. I do not believe I heard anything new here in particular, but this book could help those without a place to start. I will say that I was (and am still) deeply annoyed by any suggestion that losing 100 pounds in a half a year is a healthy rate of weight loss. (Also, please do not misunderstand, as this is not a weight loss book, but losing 100 pounds was an often-repeated example of a goal one might have).

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ray

    Pop-psych pap. A meandering book of common sense chatter about things like self-sabotage, procrastination, and setting reasonable goals. I could write this book. You could write this book. There's no science and hardly any structure or methodology. It reads like Polonius platitude-filled speech to Hamlet, except less eloquent and funny. Be your own cheerleader! Believe in yourself! Set goals you can achieve. Don't put off til tomorrow what you can do today. Blah blah blah. Pop-psych pap. A meandering book of common sense chatter about things like self-sabotage, procrastination, and setting reasonable goals. I could write this book. You could write this book. There's no science and hardly any structure or methodology. It reads like Polonius platitude-filled speech to Hamlet, except less eloquent and funny. Be your own cheerleader! Believe in yourself! Set goals you can achieve. Don't put off til tomorrow what you can do today. Blah blah blah.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joshua D Young

    Some might say it's mostly a collection of cliches and familiar sayings on the subject of self-discipline. I wouldn't say there's a great deal of unique thought here, but it is a solid summary. Even better the chapters end with a summary of themselves helping the reader review once again where they just came from. Some might say it's mostly a collection of cliches and familiar sayings on the subject of self-discipline. I wouldn't say there's a great deal of unique thought here, but it is a solid summary. Even better the chapters end with a summary of themselves helping the reader review once again where they just came from.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brian White

    One reviewer called this a 3 hour pep talk and that is a pretty good description. Not a lot of new information but many good reminders about what it takes to persevere and achieve life goals. I listened to this book on Audible and I'll probably listen to it again just as a reminder and encouragement. One reviewer called this a 3 hour pep talk and that is a pretty good description. Not a lot of new information but many good reminders about what it takes to persevere and achieve life goals. I listened to this book on Audible and I'll probably listen to it again just as a reminder and encouragement.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Bob Varettoni

    This is an Audible self-help book. It has received decent reviews from many, but I found it simplistic and repetitive. Still, it offers sound advice — so much so that it inspired me to stick with the book until the finish.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Gregg

    This book is objectively terrible. It is overly simplistic and full of advice that you give a third grader. The irony here is that anyone that actually needs the advice in this book would never take the initiative to read it. I had to stop as this was a complete waste of my time.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Holly Davis

    A quick but practical guide to developing self-discipline. This book was comprehensive in its advice and gave examples from weight loss to completing everyday tasks. I felt a boost of motivation reading this and will probably return to it again in the future if I ever need a pick me up!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Magi Smith

    Are you ready for 80 pages of cliches, platitudes, and hackneyed tripe. This is the book for you! Trust yourself. Forgive yourself. Never give up. You got this! There. I saved you 80 pages and eleven bucks.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Nothing new, a quick pep talk/reminder of the tough love variety (just do it already...).

  22. 5 out of 5

    Vera (Estante da Vera)

    3 and half stars.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rajiv Bais

    Average, but I liked the points of how habits develop after 21 to 28 days and that we must have self-love and support to succeed.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ophelia

    ????? What a waste of time. Thank goodness it’s a short book

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jess B

    I bought it for $0.99 on Audible and at the time there was one review that said it was like a long Pep Talk. I would agree that it is a really good pep talk, but it doesn't give much more than that. This is very different than other self help books I've purchased. It's very short, doesn't give many real life applications or examples, and doesn't give depth or true insight. Lots of "ah-ha" moments and did make me feel like I should stop procrastinating on some things. I bought it for $0.99 on Audible and at the time there was one review that said it was like a long Pep Talk. I would agree that it is a really good pep talk, but it doesn't give much more than that. This is very different than other self help books I've purchased. It's very short, doesn't give many real life applications or examples, and doesn't give depth or true insight. Lots of "ah-ha" moments and did make me feel like I should stop procrastinating on some things.

  26. 5 out of 5

    David Bilbo

    A little predictable but a nice book that encourages you to get started now, keep things managable and measurable, reward yourself and celebrate, and get it done.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mahmoud Ghoz

    The book is small, yet precise. Never start with it if you are new to the topic, yet, it is a very good recap and a reminder to what you have learned. Highly recommended

  28. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    Not awful, but not my cup of tea.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Evan Steele

    Lots of good information, but very basic. Nothing note worthy. No new ideas or perspectives. If you are looking for a simple short review of the basics this is it.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Robert Spiker

    The instruction followed what many before presented, but this presentation was so poor it didn't help a review. The instruction followed what many before presented, but this presentation was so poor it didn't help a review.

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