Clearly, you're free to make a choice between good and bad habits. The man or woman with good habits is likely to get more out of life, accumulate friends and derive real satisfactions from a day's work. On the other hand, impeded by undesirable traits, you can't produce your full potential as an effective human being. You should have the foresight and courage to examine yourself and spot those undermining bad habits. After that, you have the free will to harness the machinery of habit formation for your own betterment. To make important change, you should be willing to give a little time, effort and all your will power. With self-understanding and self-control, you can make your habits work for your, not against you.
Good Reading Rack Service, 1959