Throughout your life, you've had parents, coaches, teachers, friends and mentors who have pushed you to be better than your excuses and bigger than your fears. What if the secret to having the confidence and courage to enrich your life and work is simply knowing how to push yourself? Using the science of habits, riveting stories and surprising facts from some of the most famous moments in history, art and business, Mel Robbins will explain the power of a push moment. Then, shell give you one simple tool you can use to become your greatest self. It takes just five seconds to use this tool, and every time you do, youll be in great company. More than 8 million people have watched Mels TEDx Talk, and executives inside of the worlds largest brands are using the tool to increase productivity, collaboration, and engagement. In The 5 Second Rule, youll discover it takes just five seconds to: Become confident Break the habit of procrastination and self-doubt Beat fear and uncertainty Stop worrying and feel happier Share your ideas with courage The 5 Second Rule is a simple, one-size-fits-all solution for the one problem we all face we hold ourselves back. The secret isnt knowing what to doits knowing how to make yourself do it. ...
|Title||:||The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||267 pages|
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The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage Reviews
I like the idea, but just watch the TED talk instead https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lp7E9....
Short, little repetitive, but totally motivating! Worth a reread when my mojo is dead.
The concept this book describes is great: Countdown and act on what you know you need to do immediately, rather than storing it in your internal to-do list that may never get done. The book itself could've been an article -- and the author's TED talk on it does the job just as well.
I witness people denying themselves the opportunity to try hard things EVERY DAY. Waiting for motivation. Waiting until the "time is right". Not feeling ready and thus not even giving something hard a try. And yet, there is a desire TO DO THE HARD THINGS. Takes 5 seconds and ACTION. While I'm not one to tell people to blindly follow their heart, I will say that human nature overthinks so many decisions - especially about moving forward in ways that would be GREAT for us . . . and we wind up talk ...more
Stop what you're doing and read/listen to this book! It's a game-changer. It's paradigm-shifting. Yes, those are dramatic words, but it really is. I'm a therapist and a self-help junkie, so I've got a lot of things to compare it to. I've been using this technique and telling my clients about it - I'm just amazed at how much it's shifted for us already!
Plus, I do highly recommend the audio version because it's read by the author (I love it when books are), and she's so fantastic to listen to! No ...more
Mel Robbins book has way too many testimonials. It goes in circles. Entire sections should be cut out. And you absolutely positively must read it.
I get the idea Mel Robbins was rushed to make this book after her wildly successful Ted Talk, and it's a prime example of why nonfiction books need to slim down. There is a reason Blinkist can summarize so many of them so succinctly into five pages. You can almost hear the publisher screaming through Mel Robbins's lessons to, "pad the page count! Copy ...more
Such a bad book and waist of time. You want a spoiler?! Just count 5-4-3-2-1
I honestly can't think of a book that I have hated more than this book in quite some time. I listened to the audio version, and first off, the author is a horrible narrator. Her voice was like sandpaper to my ears. Secondly, I kept thinking of what the conversation with her publisher must have been like: "You have a good idea in this 5 second rule." Author: "Right, but that's pretty much it. It's a 1 minute explanation." Publisher: "Turn that minute into a long book and then we can sell it."