How To Become Relentless (Tim Grover)

June 24, 2019 WhatDisciplineMeans 3 min read No Comments
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Image of Relentless Kobe Bryant Tim Grover

From good to great to unstoppable. In the book Relentless, Tim Grover lays out the blueprint to become the best version of yourself. In this blog post I will share the main take-aways. A Cooler, Closer, and Cleaner In Relentless, […]

Book Review: James Clear – Atomic Habits

April 1, 2019 WhatDisciplineMeans 6 min read 1 Comment
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Cover of Atomic Habits

How can tiny changes make remarkable results? James Clear explains that in his book, Atomic Habits. This summary will be covering: compound growth, goals and systems, changing habits, the 4 stages of habits, the 4 laws of behavior change and […]

Book Review: Seth Godin – The Dip

March 18, 2019 WhatDisciplineMeans 5 min read No Comments
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Image of the curves of The Dip (Seth Godin). When to quit and when to stick.

Every new thing that you start is usually fun and exciting. But, then it gets harder and becomes less fun. You start to lose motivation and you get into a Dip. The Dip can get better if you start pushing […]

Book Review: Seth Godin – Tribes

March 4, 2019 WhatDisciplineMeans 3 min read No Comments
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Picture of Tribes: leading people

In this day and age everyone has the opportunity to start a movement – to bring together a tribe of like-minded people. In Tribes, Seth Godin explains you how to start your movement. Because the world is desperate for someone […]

Book Review: Darren Hardy – The Compound Effect

January 25, 2019 WhatDisciplineMeans 2 min read No Comments
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Picture of The Compound Effect (book)

Small, uncomfortable, but smart decisions made consistently over a longer period of time will show incredible results. Darren Hardy calls this: ‘The Compound Effect’. In this article I will review his book ‘The Compound Effect’ and share the most valuable […]

Book Review: Gary Keller – The One Thing

January 16, 2019 WhatDisciplineMeans 2 min read 2 Comments
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Most people think that multi-tasking is something good and powerful. They focus on learning how to do multiple things at the same time to be more productive and get better results. They want to better their life and attempt to […]

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