5 Stars: SMART
What is summer reading without a self-help book to motivate me to complete my summer "To Be Review" list or having answers for my friend currently seeking employment? Part of a having summer reading list is to stack up on short reads; I sat after touring San Jose Museum of Art and read "Self-Discipline: Grow Your Mental Toughness To Resist Temptation, Become More Motivated And Finally Get Things Done! (Self-help, Self Improvement, Self Control)" By Keith Coleman. It's an easy read and reference-worthy when you are stuck on a goal or reverting to bad habits.
Keith Coleman encouragement on adopting "S.M.A.R.T. Goal" approach when you want to complete a goal is something I teach my students during summer school in China. "What is a SMART goal? SMART is an acronym that stands for ‘Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-tagged." Many times we fail our goals because they usually are the opposite of "SMART," I am delighted that Keith confirms my style of living. Other tidbits of helpful information to kick bad habits are covered with accuracy and purpose, a well enjoyed quick read at the museum.