Have you ever wondered what separated you from the highly successful people?
Is it because of their "luck"? Or could it be they were in the right place at the right time? While many people believe at least one of those circumstances to be the case, the truth of the matter is that the only difference which separates the highly successful from the rest of us is their daily routine and their mindset. It all can be summed up into one word: Habits.
Those who are sitting on the top of their game created a routine or a series of habits that nearly ensured their success. Not only that, but in many cases they transformed their bad habits into long-lasting good habits.
Discover: The Power of Your Habits
Whether you realize it or not, your subconscious mind is always working, creating the world that you're telling it you see for yourself. There are universal laws governing the direction of our actions every day. Those who are attaining their dreams, achieving the success they envision, and are experiencing abundance on a daily basis have learned how to make the universe work for them and not against them. With the help of this book, you can take the universal laws and align them with your subconscious to discover any series of habits, so you can easily attain your long-held goals.
Learn: Habits of Highly Successful People
In this book, inspired and based upon many of the classic self-help books, like "Think and Grow Rich", you'll not only learn the secret habits of the wildly successful, but you'll discover the quickest way to implement them. You'll also learn in the process, what is causing your current situation, and how you can begin to change it around immediately.
©2016 Tsz Kin Lee (P)2016 Tsz Kin Lee
This is like combining "The Power of Habits" by Charles Duhigg and "Think and grow rich" by Napoleon Hill, i highly recommend reading those for more info.
Regurgitated content, missed steps in stated processes, and I SERIOUSLY don't need another lesson in the freaking Law of Attraction and affirmations (which, by the way, have been proven ineffectual in working with the UCM). I was expecting lessons from the ACTUAL super rich and this book isn't that at all.
Something from someone who has actually achieved wealth.
Yes. His voice was agreeable.
I wouldn't pretend I know the secrets of the super rich and then tell people the #1 law is punctuality. Don't teach me the habits of how to be a compliant employee - compliant employees aren't super rich.Also, review your processes! In Napoleon Hill's process, step #5 was not clarified, and in the next section, there were two #3's. I lost all interest after that.
"If You Enjoy Reading About Law of Attraction..."
Not really. I've heard this information before, but it was a nice reinforcement.
There was no story. The narration was fine.
People who have never heard of the Law of Attraction would find this book interesting. Those of us who know it takes more than acting positive know there's way more to it than that.
If you've ready any self help book or Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill or the Secret by Rhonda Byrne this is just regurgitation... no added insight or knowledge. Don't waste your money.
I really enjoyed the content of this book, and the narrator did a great job too.
"short and sweet"
This was a fairly short book however it definitely covered the basis which many others take so much more time to cover.
Depending on how long a person has been studying these habits it is very repetitive of all the others and nothing original yet it will now be one of my go-to books when needing to get back on track.
I've heard some of these concepts before, but there was a new approach and new ideas for success that I found very helpful
"Eye opening "
Great information, with practical suggestions you can implement to change your life for the better.
Very knowledgeable information. The narrator's voice made it more interesting and easy to listen .
"Great Entry Book"
The book for short and to the point. It does not drone on to prove a point which is appreciated for books of this genre.
I have not.
This is a great beginning self help book, but not for those who have listened to or read more than one of these types of books.
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