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By the time this review is published, most of us will have made and broken many of our New Year's resolutions. Wall Street technology leader Arnold hopes to help readers stop that cycle by learning to separate their goals into smaller—micro—components that are concrete and measurable. Instead of aiming to "be neat," for example, one can adopt zero tolerance for leaving anything in the car at the end of the day. The author's method, clearly detailed, applies to dieting, relationships, and spending. VERDICT Arnold's useful guide transforms the vague into the specific and helps make change something anyone can achieve.