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  • Title: The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage
  • Author: Mel Robbins
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  • Page: 283
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  • 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 fThroughout 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, she ll 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, you ll be in great company More than 8 million people have watched Mel s TEDx Talk, and executives inside of the world s largest brands are using the tool to increase productivity, collaboration, and engagement In The 5 Second Rule, you ll 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 isn t knowing what to do it s knowing how to make yourself do it.
    Mel Robbins
    Mel Robbins is one of the fastest rising female talk radio personalities in America and the host of AE s hit intervention television series Monster In Laws.She s an Ivy League educated criminal defense attorney and entrepreneur whose quick wit and fresh take on current affairs has helped her become a sought after commentator, internationally recognized speaker, Contributing Editor to SUCCESS Magazine, best selling author, relationship expert and Common Sense Activist.Her advice and fiery opinion have been seen by tens of millions of viewers nationwide on shows ranging from Dr Phil, Anderson Cooper, The Today Show, The Talk, Oprah, CNBC, and FOX Business.Mel s talk radio show The Mel Robbins Radio Show airs weekdays from 1pm 3pm on the Cox Radio Network s News Talk WDBO, between Sean Hannity and Neal Boortz You can also stream the show live on WDBO.Monday nights, you can watch Mel s no bull approach to solving relationship problems on AE s hit TV series, Monster In laws Now in its second season, Mel moves in with families across America and does what ever it takes to fix families in crisis.Mel is also a Contributing Editor to SUCCESS Magazine, where 1.2 million readers enjoy her monthly column on sales, marketing, and personal achievement.Mel s first book, STOP SAYING YOU RE FINE The No B.S Guide To Getting What You Want is now available in paperback and is published by Crown It s the best seller that teaches readers how to stop procrastinating by using the latest neuroscience research and ingenious strategies to achieve goals.Mel loves speaking to large audiences and delivers action inspiring keynote speeches and workshops at large business conventions and leadership conferences worldwide She also hosts leadership and training programs for companies ranging from Johnson Johnson, Fidelity, Partners Healthcare, Wells Fargo to leading law firms, family businesses, and privately held companies across America.Mel is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Boston College Law School She s a working mom with three school aged kids and is married to fellow entrepreneur Christopher Robbins, the co founder of Stone Hearth Pizza.


    Commentaires:

    Michael Gunnulfsen
    I like the idea, but just watch the TED talk instead youtube/watch?v=Lp7E9.

    Laureen Peltier
    I purchased this book because I was hopeful it would give me some tools to make decisions faster. Instead, The 5 Second Rule read like an elaborate advertisement. Pages and pages of testimonials of how the 5 Second Rule changed peoples lives. The reader is left to wonder how.The idea is that we must make a decision in the first 5 seconds before our head gets too involved and the moment passes. This rule can be used to lose weight, build a business or get a relationship. The biggest issue people [...]

    Mehrsa
    I should have 5-4-3-2-1 and put the book in the trash, but I didn't. I finished this stupid book that is basically a long infomercial about nothing. Just watch the TED talk. Or don't. There's not much here.

    Amina
    This is definitely a great one, its concept is very sipmle.In this book, Mel Robbins explains the simple way of the 5 second rule and shares some stories of people who applied it and witnessed the change it brought. There's no overwhelming motivation in here, the book only makes you face yourself and and admit that the only person standing in your way is you, not your condition, not your family or society, as human beings, we have that gift to ignore what's happening around us if we want somethi [...]

    Hatem Shawkat
    (((((((Update)))))))Although it is so simple and sounds such a dumb but guess what ? it works like magic :D

    Cindy Rollins
    This was an odd book. I cannot even imagine the author actually writing it. It sounds like she started speaking into a recorder without much of a plan and Voila! a book. While I can see some value in the concept, it would make a nice long article, or even a short one, rather than a whole book. Nevertheless, the author is sincere and likable and the concept is helpful.

    E.B. Durran
    It works if you work it Life altering!Mel really nailed this I've read countless self-help and motivation books, I never would have thought something so seemingly simple would change things in my life this quickly. She's right motivation is crap, I rarely "feel" like doing what needs done. If anyone is on the fence about picking up this book Just buy it, you won't be disappointed!

    Amanda
    Sorry but I can’t recommend this one. It felt overly repetitive, and the testimonials were of no interest to me. I originally gave it a three, but I’m downgrading it to 2.5 because the only thing I’ve retained is that you must make the decision to act in the first five seconds.

    Salma
    Such a bad book and waist of time. You want a spoiler?! Just count 5-4-3-2-1

    Acordul Fin
    Did I find her advice really useful? Not really. If I had to answer on the spot I'd say Mel Robbins comes from a good place but her suggestions are oversimplified and thinly based on science. And the book was very repetitive. But I did find her narration comforting, I consumed it in audiobook form and I had an enjoyable time listening to her talk. She feels like a genuine person and I deeply connected to her experience of suffering from crippling anxiety. Though she talked a looot about the snoo [...]

    Alexander Fitzgerald
    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 [...]

    Matthew
    The Power of Counting DownSeth Godin says that he can read for a certain amount of time before "he gets the joke," or the gist of the book.The gist of this book is counting down and acting is the key to everything. The concept is a good idea, but not worth the money paid for the book.What's more, I purchased the book for the heck of it because there was a course on passion by the same author. I ordered it to see what the fuss was all about.It reminds me to second guess Success magazine.I am all [...]

    Amy Schmittauer
    This book is incredible. I don't have a lot of issues getting motivated, but we all get comfortable in our own ways. I'm so motivated and it's incredible how MOVED my body feels by the simple act of counting down from 5. I'm blown away!

    Joline Atkins
    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 [...]

    Travis sivarT
    Simple solid advice. Nothing revolutionary here, more like common sense. Sometimes a person just needs to hear things out loud and that's what this book does. Basically reminds you to KISS keep it simple stupid. Act on things rather than over think them and you'll get farther in life. Doesn't get any simpler than that, although it may not be easy

    Michelle
    Very very repetitive, and I ended up speeding the audio to 2x for the last half. She could have given the same information in 1/10 of the time. I like the idea of the principle, it's just overly elaborated upon. I will try it out though and see if it helps with a few things, especially waking up before my kids.

    Adriane Leigh
    Short, little repetitive, but totally motivating! Worth a reread when my mojo is dead.

    Lindsay Nixon
    If you don’t want to do something you should “like get out of bed” countdown 54321 and do it.Summary of this book. It’s a helpful little tip and she included some interesting science that supports why it works but the rest of the book feels unnecessary or is clouded in her talking about how great she is if you tend to like Tony Robbins type stuff, you’ll likely enjoy this book. Otherwise try the countdown and watch a Ted Talk.

    Kathleen
    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.

    diane
    Overall I found this book to be a useful extension of the author's TEDx talk, but if you didn't read it, the talk would probably do you fine, if you watched it a couple times to internalize the ideas. That all said, the book could have used some different/better editing. There were very obvious mistakes (repeated words, repeated sections, missing words, etc.) that were distracting. Also, rather than focus on how many people are getting value from the 5 second rule, better and more concrete examp [...]

    Mark Speed
    The subtitle of the hardback contains the words 'surprisingly simple'. And it is. Unfortunately, this is one of those books that seeks to blow up a small and simple subject into an overwritten ATM. My gut feel is that the main problem the book addresses is that the author didn't manage to earn any revenue from her fantastic TED talk, which went viral.I don't wish to be down on the idea itself, which is terrific. It was, as the author says, almost a throwaway comment at the end of her excellent T [...]

    Josh Burgess
    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."Hone [...]

    Deepak Singh Bisth
    Loved it.It is so simple and yet we do not use this rule which can change our lives for the better.Anyone who has seen Mel's Ted Talk, they would really want to read this book.

    Mars Dorian
    I loved Mel Robbins's various talks and interviews. She's an incredible presenter and storyteller, but the book is a blog article stretched into short book-form. Here's the entire content in one sentence:if you have the impulse to act, count 5-4-3-2-1, and do it before your brain interferes. That's it. The rest is filled with countless repetition and numerous examples of social media buddies whose lives allegedly have 'drastically' improved. I give this 3 stars because I love the speaker Mel Rob [...]

    Jen
    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 [...]

    Hanne
    As an idea and a 'science' the 5second rule is great - but as a book it's pretty atrocious. The book spends way to much of its time trying to sell you a product that you already bought! It keeps self congratulating itself on how brilliant it is, and how many people it has helped with however many variants of things. As this is a 'self help' type book, I was expecting a fair bit of this as it comes with the territory, but here there really was just no end to it.By the time i had gotten halfway th [...]

    Ryan A. Ingram
    Great theory and full of fluff.I love the concept of this book. However, it's a very simple idea that was crazy fluffed. Count down from 5 and do something to help you reach your goals. There were tons of testimonials and personal stories, while they drove home the authors points, it also got very tiring. Her point was made without 75% of the material. Again, great concept. thought, and great bookjust too long for the actual message it conveys. Skimming material at best.

    Raman K
    It is a good self help book. I think if I applied the 5 second rule to my life it would help me be more action oriented. I haven't tried it yet but I think its good that i have this in my back pocket to be more productive. I will watch her TedTalk next!

    Idrees
    I laughed and I cried. Mel is so passionate, her narration is amazing, she laughs and cries while reading, which brings an extra dimension to the book.Listen to the audible if you can, you won't regret it.

    Armagan Kilci
    First things first, the book has an aura and its message is easy to tranfer to other people, which is a very positive thing. Chances are that you are familiar with Allen Carr's method for stopping smoking. In his book "Stop Smoking Permanently", he repetitively tells the reader more or less the same sentences and phrases to convince him/her about how good, fulfilling, smart and brilliant is to be a non-smoker. Allen Carr's book has been a global phenomenal success for years and it is still valid [...]

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