Life Leverage

  • by Rob Moore
  • Narrated by Rob Moore
  • 8 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Life Leverage philosophy is a way of living your life to get more done in less time, outsource everything and create your ideal mobile lifestyle. It is a way of thinking, feeling, deciding, doing, and then getting the results and feedback accordingly to build momentum and get closer to your vision and legacy.
Life Leverage doesn't end with sitting on a beach drinking pina coladas, or retirement, or freedom, or balance. It allows you to live that moment-to-moment, or whatever that end goal is to you, now, and not rear-loaded, merging your passion with your profession and your vocation with your vacation.
The Life Leverage philosophy is living a fulfilled and inspired life, in balance of passion and profession, without overly sacrificing either. The Life Leverage philosophy doesn't understand work/life balance or separation; it merges every aspect into one inspired life.
The Life Leverage philosophy understands and accepts the balance of ups and downs, happiness and sadness, and moves towards its vision and legacy, constantly tweaking and accepting feedback. It disdains duplication and wastage; getting maximum leverage and maximum time preservation with minimum time erosion and wastage. It doesn't rear-load retirement, instead it lives continual mini-retirements.


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Customer Reviews

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An incredibly interesting insight

A fantastic audio book that opens up how you yourself can be successful and make the most out of the time that you have. I've already applied some of the concepts to my life and it's amazing how quickly it can take effect.
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- Jack

Packed with content

What made the experience of listening to Life Leverage the most enjoyable?

Just a ton of great content. Some techniques are widely known, like writing down what you want to do, be, and have, but a lot is fresh and Rob Moore puts his own input in, not just rehashing other people's ideas.

What did you like best about this story?

I get the impression the author really uses these techniques and knows them, and didn't just more or less plaigiarize somebody else's ideas to write a book he could make a profit off of. Seems like he is really sincere about providing good value.

Which scene was your favorite?

There aren't really any scenes.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I really really really like this author. It did not make me laugh or cry lol. I think for a lot of people, they can sense that there has to be an easier way to build wealth that what they are trying now, but they try a bunch of things and it's like beating your head against the wall. You can see that "the rich get richer", but how do you even get started? Do you have to be corrupt or inherit to get ahead? In a lot of cases, the problem might be just a knowledge gap. This book has a lot of practical, specific techniques to help you focus on your goals and accomplish them more efficiently.

Any additional comments?

The author was mentored by Brian Tracy and is similar in approaching a goal or problem from a lot of different angles - deconstructing and putting it back together though. In my opinion, this is for a little bit of a younger audience though and actually does a better job that Brian Tracy of keeping out some cliche advice that everybody already knows. I'm not sure it's better to get the print or audio version though. You can absorb the audio version quickly, but this is information you may want to refer back to.

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- A. Meyer "Lover of books"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-13-2016
  • Publisher: Progressive Property