Brett writes at The Art of Manliness, Craft the Life You Want: Creating a Blueprint for Your Future. In addition to taking you through the blueprint, he shares some very good points. For example, "you don’t want the good to become the enemy of the best" and "many men today just drift along and let life happen to them."
The Catholic Gentlemen has published an excerpt of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen's work, How To Overcome Bad Habits. In order for us to create the lives we want, overcoming faults is a must. In order to overcome these faults and bad habits, we must know how. "Evil habits are not driven out by our hate of them (for we do not always hate them properly). They are crowded out by our our love of something else."
Finally, Pat Boyden at Those Catholic Men writes Why You Should Not Use Bad Language... Foul language is a widely accepted fault. And as Catholics, we should do our best to overcome every and any fault, regardless of how the world views it.