Jeffrey Schwartz Capstone

Jeffrey Schwartz

Mr. Baird and Ms. Menasion

My capstone is a short book aimed at beginning and ending habits and comfort zones. 

​I was interested in reading a few business books and I eventually became fascinated with the idea of a domino effect concerning habit making and self improvement. I read and researched many books and people essential to understanding self improvement in hopes that I could produce a product that uniquely describes the process of coming out of your comfort zone and nudging yourself onto a different path towards your goals, what ever they may be. Mostly my capstone involved reading and talking to people. Things that I was not exactly willing to do as much as I am now. 


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