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"Challenging you to change" - by Charles Farnes
I would recommend this book because it has been one of the most helpful conceptual frameworks to challenge unhelpful views about what is or isn't possible in order to effect healthy and productive change. Personally very valuable to me.

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"Possibly the most life altering book I've read to date..." - by KEVIN R.
A fantastic book that really helped me to understand the way my mind works and why I sometimes find myself arguing with myself. Has also helped me to gain a much better sense of empathy towards others, as I can now understand why people sometimes react in a negative or aggressive manner. If you're looking to understand why you or those around you don't always make the best decisions, I can thoroughly recommend reading this!

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"Essential reading for worriers everywhere" - by A J
I really enjoyed reading this book and it's given me countless ways to combat worry from the petty things that bug you on a daily basis to the huge things in life.

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"Life changer...." - by Imran Munir (United Kingdom)
The reason for purchasing the audio version was so that I could focus on actually absorbing Stephen Covey's explanation of what makes people "effective" - in my car on the way to/from work, away from the hustle and bustle of life.

One of the best decisions of my life (only reason for 4 stars is that it only plays on a single track so bit trickey if you really want to focus on a specific habit which is 25 minutes into track 1).

The initial introduction creates the foundation for delivering the content by explaining that a habit is an overlap of knowledge, skillset and attitude. Therefore to develop a habit, one must know what to do (knowledge), how to do it (skillset) and why/want to do it (attitude). He also explains the journey that we must ensue to become effective, learning to understanding our own "paradigms", developing through from being dependent ... full review

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"a great book" - by serenitysil
This classic makes indeed a good read and one can feel the passion with which the author has written it. It has great insights and it is often empowering. The only less positive aspect for me is that at times it has the tone of an article and it does talk a bit too much about the American background in which it was written. This does not detract from the main message and one can easily skip those passages. Somehow the fact that it was written all those years ago and still carries a powerful and valuable message makes it, perhaps, even more powerful. Overall, a great read.

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"Must have for being more productive!" - by Jon Busby (Beaconsfield, UK)
Absolutely awesome book. This book - although written with little scientific backing (it could certainly do with more case studies and proof), is still absolutely worth it. I've been following the steps in this book for the last 20 days - and I've got to say, its really had an impact!

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"Interesting Read" - by Ger Hogan
This book tells you probably what most of us already know - except, that the writer has backed it up with interesting research. Lots of handy pieces of information ready to hand and it's all what we already know, but, it makes you realize that with GRIT, more so than brains, talent or opportunity - anything is possible.

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"I love the exercises and am working through the book" - by Amazon customer
I love the exercises and am working through the book. A good book for anyone who is willing to do the inner work. Thank you Gabby

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"Inspiring short read" - by JP
This is an inspiring and encouraging read. Do you're best, don't give up and follow your dreams. The reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I don't think the Kindle edition had been properly proofread. There were times when it felt it had been incorrectly translated into English.

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"Its great to have a version that is focused on Network ..." - by Flamingcarrot (Basingstoke,Hants)
Having read the Miracle Morning I was really interested to read this book. Its great to have a version that is focused on Network Marketing and I can't praise this enough. Go get it and start your mornings on the front foot.

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"Never been so happy of reading about statistics" - by Flors (Brussels)
I really enjoyed this book. Brings a lot of new information, also somewhat funny. I found a lot of added value and is a different reading for the everyday non-fiction. Recommended!

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"Great for anyone dithery who wants to be more confident" - by Steph
I bought this for a colleague as it had been recommended for me previously, I read it and gave my copy to another friend. For anyone a bit dithery or having a crisis of confidence this really does shake you up and make you think again. when I read it I made some pretty big changes for me. I changed my job and it was for the best for me. it encourages you to take risks. Obviously its not right to take reckless risks but sometimes you can become trapped by being too scared to do anything and end up in a real rut. This book would help anyone in that situation to regalvanize themselves and get more out of life. its about perspective rather than being silly but I found it motivational as did the people I passed it on to.

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"Must-read. Well written life-time's work of how the mind works by the world's most renowned psychologist alive. Lacks a summary" - by Marcelo L
A must-read if you are interested in how people think, how the mind works. It is incredible full of knowledge. This book is 418 pages (not including appendixes) of 8-point font, but in any given chapter, the message is actually condensed.

I normally read a book in a week or so, but I have taken more than 2 months to read this one because every concept he touches is so interesting that it seems almost silly not to reflect about it more deeply.

I liked Dan Ariely's books a lot (who, by the way, seems to have been somehow a disciple of Kahnemann), but they now seem to me somewhat "light-weight" compared to this book.

As a minor detail, the only thing missing for me is a a comprehensive summary of concepts explained. He touched on practically everything he has researched in his life (i.e. more than 50 years of fruitful research), so ... full review

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"Where's all the cursing gone?" - by Eoghan
A really great source of information, particularly for someone just starting out in the gym.

Brian keeps everything to the point and doesn't ramble, and the book reads like a mix between a blog and a science paper, which lets you learn a lot without being bored silly.

As Brian says himself, there's so much conflicting information out there in the fields of training and nutrition, and ultimately the success of this book is it gives you confidence in Brian's understanding and knowledge, and therefore takes away the 'analysis paralysis' a lot of us face.

Ireland's answer to Eric Thomas (y)

My favourite quote from the book:
'The side effects of a caffeine overdose can range from insomnia to anxiety, and death. DEATH MOTHAF÷•×•×¶

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"Really good" - by Sweetestmoondust (kent)
This book is really good. It's one I will definitely reread and take things from on an quarterly basis. X