This book got be excited about creating and achieving the future I want. Brendon Burchard discusses habits that anyone can do, regardless of your background, experience, chosen profession or success rate.
About the book
This book has 6 different habits that Brendon explains to you, with studies that he has done on clients and different populations along with studies from scientists. Each habit is broken down so you can understand how it helps with continued success and how you can start implimenting that habit in your daily and weekly life.
These 6 habits are clarity, generate energy, raise necessity, increase productivity, develop influence and demonstrate courage. Each habit has three tools to learn and apply the habit more successfully. Also, at the end of the book there is a chapter that discusses three major pitfalls that high performers often encounter and how to avoid and actively prevent those from taking place. The last chapter is on confidence and how it is at the center of it all. You must have confidence in yourself to continually perform at a high level.
There are a lot of questions to help you create these habits more successfully. Burchard also has worksheets he has created that pair with each of the habits that can be found online.
About the author
Brendon Burchard is the world’s leading high performance coach. He is one of the most watched and followed personal development trainers. He is a best-selling author of 4 other books and was an early pioneer of online education and his personal development videos have been viewed over a 100 million times.
More than 1.6 million people have taken his courses or video series. He is the CEO of High Performance Institute where he leads a team of coaches, creators and researches. Brendon travels the world speaking and training people to live extraordinary lives.
Who is this book for?
When you read the title of the book you may think that you need some sort of plan, have your direction locked in and know what path you are taking. Well, you don’t. If you lack purpose but know whatever you end up doing you want to be great at it, and continue to be exatroindary at it, this book is for you.
If you have a chosen path or career and have been grinding away at it, then this book is for you. Maybe you are in a rut or close to burnout in something that you have had a passion for but now are questioning it, then this book is for you.
This book is for anyone who is wanting to be able to continually grow, learn and live an A game life. If you are wanting to be the best and continually be great, even if you are unsure about what you will be great in, this book is for you.
How will this book help me?
Really each habit goes beyond the idea of just being successful, but living a full life that you are excited about. When you realize that clarity is beyond just having a plan but actively pursuing what you want to feel, and who you want to be, you are empowered to challenge and push yourself to show up, be and do better.
When you understand where energy really comes from and how to continually nurture and create it then the excuse of being tried doesn’t stand in your way. Each habit enlightens you to not only how the continually create success, but the importance and impact of each habit on you and those around you.
Is there more?
As stated above Brendon Burchard has 4 other best selling books, The Motivation Manifesto, The Charge, The Millionare Messenger, and Life’s Golden Ticket.
He has multiple courses, High Performance Master’s Program, Experts Academy, World’s Greatest Speaker Training to name a few. He also has a blog, and a podcast, The Brendon Show. Brendon also has live events that happen around the year.
I have been journaling and answering the questions and focusing on the habit clarity since I have finished the book. It is able me discover what I am really wanting out of life and who I want to show up and be.
Many of the habits I realized I have used one time or another to create success. I see how the combination of all of them would create a fertile ground for success. Let me know if you read the book and what you think of it? What habits do you think you will start to take on first?