After a book recommendation I had given him, my friend Jeff Rolke gifted me Benjamin Hardy's newest book, "Willpower Doesn't Work". The gesture was thoughtful and generous, but more importantly.... valuable. I enjoyed Hardy's work enough to want to pass it along to you.
That said, I'm not suggesting "Willpower" is stacked cover to cover with great advice. Some bits might have limited appeal while others might be a total miss for you. However, I think there's more than enough quality here to warrant the read.
Hardy particularly grabbed me with this concept: Managing our environment (physical surroundings, structure of our day, opportunity for distraction, curation of relationships, etc.) is dramatically more effective than exerting our will. This makes common sense, but this book helps translate a general theme into meaningful action.
I hope you enjoy.