Better Than Before gives readers the thrill of recognition and relief, because at last, they'll have the vocabulary and framework to change their habits successfully. Questioner or Rebel? Dependent on external accountability-or by inner desire? Love habits-or resist them? Solutions exist. Better Than Before identifies the many strategies that we can use to make or break our habits. The most fun strategy? Treats. The funniest? Loophole-Spotting. As the New York Times observed, "A greater awareness of habit-those powerful, unconscious behaviors that Rubin calls the 'invisible architecture of daily life'-can change lives in profound ways." It takes work to make a habit, but once that habit is set, we can harness the energy of habits to build happier, stronger, more productive lives. Whether readers want to get more sleep, eat more healthfully, stop checking their phone, or finish a project, habits make change possible. Reading just a few chapters of Better Than Before will start readers working on their own habits-even before they've finished the book.