Have you ever wished you could reprogram your brain, just as a hacker would a computer? In this three-step guide to improving your mental habits, learn to take charge of your mind and banish negative thoughts, habits, and anxiety - in just 21 days!
A seasoned author, comedian, and entrepreneur, Sir John Hargrave once suffered from unhealthy addictions, anxiety, and poor mental health. After cracking the code to unlocking his mind's full and balanced potential, his entire life changed for the better. In Mind Hacking, Hargrave reveals the formula that allowed him to overcome negativity and eliminate mental problems at their core.
Through a 21-day, three-step training program, this book lays out a simple yet comprehensive approach to help you rewire your brain and achieve healthier thought patterns for a better quality of life. It hinges on the repetitive steps of analyzing, imagining, and reprogramming to help break down barriers preventing you from reaching your highest potential.
By treating your brain as a computer and mastering Hargrave's mind hacking formula, you, too, can create a positive, permanent shift in your thinking, leading to personal and professional triumphs in all areas of life.
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©2016 John Hargrave (P)2016 Simon & Schuster
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It's read in a highly energetic, sometimes shouting (yes) reading style, totally overexcited, reminescent of geeks and nerds in 80s and early 90s movies. You know, that wise-guy wiz-kid computer nerd who's always the only one who can crack the code and save world, while simultaneously cracking jokes, eating pizza and drinking cola. After a short while, it gets too much, at least for me.
This leads to my next problem with this book:
It's too long. 12 hours and 53 minutes is way too much, both considering his reading style, and the tour-de-force filler content/anecdotes so abundant in it. Most of them center around nerd-lore like Klingon, programming languages... and Ghostbusters references – the latter I happen to share his fascination of though:)
It could be a good book, could just benefit from a 3rd party professional editor cutting it to at least (!) half its length, preferably even a third or fourth. Would make it MUCH MUCH stronger. And helpful.
The author has open sourced, Creative Common'ed the book, so if you want a taste of the book before buying, I recommend you go to its site mindhacki.ng ;)
loved the stories at the beginning. the end was a bit of struggle to finish.
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