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Publisher's Summary

Do you plan well but never take action? Frustrated at your lack of willpower and discipline? If you always run out of stamina before reaching your goals, the problem is in your goals. What’s could be wrong with your goals?

  • Not motivating because they are unrealistic and unattainable
  • Designed to make other people happy
  • You fear judgment and rejection
  • You lack the self-esteem and confidence to start
  • You get bored easily by monotone actions

Goals can give direction, but powerful habits will make your goals inevitable. Whatever you aim for, a healthy relationship, an emerging business, or becoming physically more active, the right habits are your keys to success.

Rewire Your Habits discusses which habits one should adopt to make changes in five life areas: self-improvement, relationships, money management, health, and free time. The audiobook addresses every goal-setting, habit-building challenge in these areas and breaks them down with simplicity and ease.

Zoe McKey, based on her coaching experience and backed by the scientific studies of experts, identifies the most problematic life areas that need habit changes. After long years of research, she extracted the most common goal-setting and habit-building issues her clients faced and presented their solution in this audiobook.

Adopting one good habit helps you accomplish numerous goals.

You will learn:

  • How to control the changes in your life
  • How to define and set the right goals and habits
  • How to set achievable goals
  • How to work towards your goal each day
  • How to manage your energy and time
  • Your self-sabotaging habits and how to break them
  • Practical advice from experts on how to keep yourself healthy
  • Key tips improve your personal relations

"Well begun is half done..." said Aristotle. So don’t hesitate.

©2017 Zoe McKey (P)2017 Zoe McKey

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Obnoxious tone of voice by reader and author.

I only finished so I could write a review and honestly have listened until the end. Having just read the Power of Habit, this book was a massive let down. It just wasn't for me. I was expecting more research and practical suggestions instead of one person's anactdoctal experience.

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  • 12-15-17

To the point

This book covers important areas of life, answering the questions can really make a difference.

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how this book is very moving and simple but effect

show the author get to the point very modern but very true and greet inside or looking on things to my different perspective I learn a lot from listening to wisdom and keep points I like the way she showed up point of view and references base on different opinion but to me there facts because now having learn more now than ever.

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  • Vinny
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fairly average

overall ok but found a lot of the information slightly off topic and not relevant