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These three topics are deeply interrelated, but the process begins with habits. I know it takes self-discipline and willpower to sustain my actions until they are habits, but sometimes my self-discipline becomes sluggish; when this happens I have found the practical suggestions and the encouragement across all three books to be helpful. That's where the audible form is so useful. I can easily play portions of each book in in-between-times, or whenever I start to flounder. I'm bound to find a helpful suggestion in the first minute or so of listening. The positive and affirming voice of the narrator makes these words all the more powerful.
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What did you love best about Habit, Success, Self Discipline: The Time to Be Great Is Now!?
You need to change your habits in to positive ones and you also have to have self discipline in order to be a success. I found this trilogy of books to be very informative and the things in it will definitely put me on the path to success. The think I loved most was that this was all common sense type things that all fit together to make you successful. It is all easy to do and doesn't take a lot of money either. I think you get a great deal from this trilogy and you can use just about everything in the book to better yourself.
What other book might you compare Habit, Success, Self Discipline: The Time to Be Great Is Now! to and why?
The book The Habits of Highly Successful People by Paul O. Roberts is a similar book and tells you all about the habits successful people have honed over the years that made them successful. I actually liked the Ace McCloud book better because it gave good techniques on how to change you habits to those that will gain success. The other book gave more examples.
What does Joshua Mackey bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Joshua Mackey has an easy-to-listen-to voice. He could read anything and make it sound interesting. These three books are interesting in their own right, but Mr. Mackey made them even more so. He gets the point across with his voice inflections and excitement about the subject.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I particularly enjoyed the information on finances in the Success part of the book. This gave me a great deal of information I could use in my own life to make sure I am doing the right things to make my money grown and work for me, rather than me working for it. Each one of the books has great information that is valid in this day and age.
Any additional comments?
You will not be disappointed with this trilogy and will find the information inside to be a valuable asset to helping you reach success through positive habits and self discipline.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
These "books" where just a copy paste of each other. Even the same wording in some paragraphs.
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This is a really good collection of audio books in one and they fit really well together.
Having the self discipline to develop and maintain good habits leads to success.
This set of books really helped me to see that I am the only one holding myself back from success right now. I know that I have a tonne of bad habits that I have to overcome and I always seem to get overwhelmed by how much I want to achieve. The book on habits helped me to see that my perspective needs to change, that rather than focusing on stopping my bad habits immediately I need to focus on setting small goals to establish positive habits which will eventually replace the bad ones.
The book on success helped to see that I am in control of my destiny and that if I want success and I can't just sit and wait for something to happen. It is very motivational.
Self discipline and willpower is something I really struggle with and have always use it as an excise not to achieve my goals. I am sure I am not the only one who does this but this part of the audio book collection really help me to see that you cannot use that as an excuse if you want to have success. I feel much more motivated to stick at my goals now.
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