[KINDLE] ✽ The 1% Rule Author Tommy Baker – Writerscompany.co.uk

The 1% Rule In A Highlight Reel, Microwave World We Re Led To Believe Success Is Right Around The Corner It S Not Working Not Only Is It Not Working With Our Ability To Achieve Our Goals, We Ve Never Been Frustrated, Stuck And Unfulfilled But What If There Was A Way To Shut Out The Noise, Fall In Love With The Process And Take One Step Forward Every Single Day Leading To An Undeniable Confidence As We Paint Our Life S Masterpiece Enter The 1% Rule A Daily System Designed To Help You Close The Gap Without The Crushing Pressure That Leads Most People Less Inspired, And Stuck The 1% Rule Was Designed To Answer Three Core Questions Why Do Some People Seem To Achieve Massive Success In Everything They Do, While Others Can T Even Get Out Of Their Own Way What Separates Those Who Get Excited And Inspired For A Season, A Quarter, A Month Or A Week And Those Who Are Consistently On Fire What Are The Core Principles, Mindsets, Habits And Rituals Of Those Who Execute Ruthlessly, And Those Who Sit On The Sidelines Pondering Through Exploring These Answers Over The Last Decade The Core Principles, Strategies And Proven Framework Of The 1% Rule Were Born And Are Now Yours Today If You Re Ready To Ditch The Highlight Reel Illusion If You Re Tired Of Sitting On The Sidelines Waiting If You Re Frustrated With The 24 7 Noise You Ve Come To The Right Place.

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10 thoughts on “The 1% Rule

  1. says:

    Worth a readI liked the overall premise of the book, however the title is a little misleading It s a summarised view of many self help books and seminars, but in its intent to cover width, perhaps the depth got lost

  2. says:

    Highly motivating, but very repetitiveBook started off slowly, the middle was good, but I struggled to finish it because of too much repetition It does reflect well that most people go through life aimlessly and fail to achieve anythi

  3. says:

    The Good Tommy Baker does an excellent job compiling a number of very good resources and ideas together in an easy to follow and apply book The writing is easy to digest and is written in a straight forward manner This is the book for the pers

  4. says:

    I did fall in love with the processWell written, straight to the point This book lets you understand some basic principles that keeps you away from really achieving results.

  5. says:

    Not to bad A little rah rah hype train at times but still a couple of decent take away s I do think there are other books which have done a better job.

  6. says:

    I can see why this book is so popular it s filled with simple, common sense, tips and rules that we need to be remembered of every day It s a light read, but can be very fruitful Try it

  7. says:

    This book has been highly recommended to me by a very close friend of mine who has said to me and told me that this book is not one of those self help books that make you feel good about yourself and you read only once and eventually forget about its message, but is in fact one

  8. says:

    I won this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways Thank to you Goodreads, Tommy Baker, and Archangel Ink for a copy of the book As always, an honest review The 1% Rule is all about the process of achieving your goals, your big dreams, the wildest possibilities First of all the author

  9. says:

    For me the book wasn t of too much value I already knew the things mentioned there.The book consists of 14 chapters In the first half of the book the author repeatedly says that what we perceive as success is not instant and is always a result of the hard boring long term resistance filled work a

  10. says:

    A student of Doctor John Demartini writes a long book almost 300 pages on getting things done What s good about it Well, unlike similar books on compounding actions it is focused on execution via integration If you don t know what these terms mean, then you may enjoy this book.Just as the author of The On

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