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The Miracle Morning: The 6 Habits That Will Transform Your Life Before 8AM Paperback – 30 April 2018
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"Every once in a while, you read a book that changes the way you look at life, but it is so rare to find a book that changes the way you live your life"―Tim Sanders, New York Times bestselling author of The Likeability Factor
"To read The Miracle Morning is to give yourself the gift of waking up each day to your full potential. It's time to stop putting off creating the life you want and deserve to live. Read this book and find out how"―Dr Ivan Misner, CEO and Founder of BNI®
You're about to discover how you can create the most extraordinary life you've ever imagined... Right NOW
The Miracle Morning shows how a morning routine built around 6 key practices known as "Life S.A.V.E.R.S" - silence, affirmations, visualisation, exercise, reading and scribing - can help you get more done and live your best life. Most people don't think they have time to change their lives or achieve their goals but Hal has proven you can start achieving your goals today by devoting only 1 minute to each of these practices every day. The Miracle Morning system now has thousands of fans who have transformed their lives by spending just one minute on each of these activities every morning.
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- Publisher : John Murray Learning (30 April 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 224 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1473668948
- ISBN-13 : 978-1473668942
- Item Weight : 163 g
- Dimensions : 13.02 x 1.27 x 20 cm
- Country of Origin : United Kingdom
- Generic Name : Book
- Best Sellers Rank: #875 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The target audience of this book is someone who has never read any personal development books and views the whole genre suspiciously. For me, it smacked of a basic thesis, padded with a hasty potpourri of other people's ideas and coated with gushing "you can have the life of your dreams!" promises. I found myself having to skim through basic explanations of meditation and visualization to get at what Elrod was offering as far as original thinking.
If this were a blog post, not a 150 page book, I would probably have appreciated it more. The basic premise could be summarized thus:
To improve our lives, we must improve ourselves
The morning is the best time for self improvement (have energy, quiet, easier to make time)
Spending an hour doing a little of few good practices goes a lot way to self improvement
Those exercises are:
Visualization of the day ahead
Reading, particularly to learn something
Scriving (aka Writing, journaling)
10 minutes each.
I'm going to try this general idea because I don't think it is bad; I just wish I didn't have to slog through so much text for so little information.
By Deepak on 13 December 2018
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By YOGESH on 6 June 2018
A must to have for all ages, all walks of life....
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The habits Hal mentions in the book I sincerely believe are life changing and some of the most profoundly valuable changes one can make in their life.
However, the way this book is written is almost like a long blog piece that has been written countless times before by countless other people with several anecdotes/personal stories that sound highly exaggerated almost to the point of being out of a cheesy feel-good movie or TV infomercial.
The worst thing about the book is the really obnoxious claims implying as thogub it's the best book ever written and the only one that will somehow allow the reader to achieve every conceivable success imaginable just my carrying out his Miracle Morning routine for a month or two.
This book would have been so much better without the heavy publicity, the countless requests to gift the book and advertise Hal. It feels insulting to pay for a book which then seems like a glorified advert so often.
I'm committed to adopting the habits Hal espouses as do so many other self-help figures and definitely am glad I read this but feel like it could have been so much better without the brick to the face sales approach to put more money in Hal's pockets.
- good ideas and intentions
- simple yet effective techniques
- you may have not come across some of the ideas
- very poor writing. Not up to standard for a book (passable for a blog)
- lots of in-book advertising for the author's websites and services. This is not acceptable and frustrating since the reader has already spent money for the book
- very little content: it could easily be summed up in 50 or less pages
- lot of fillers and anecdotal rambling
- lacks depth and arguments are weak and poorly explained
- not good value for money: do not buy this full price! There are many other better reads out there
I feel cheated.