Power Habits

  • by Jason Mileshko
  • Narrated by Spencer Cannon
  • 1 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

If you practice a skill then why not practice a habit? If you want to get good at throwing a baseball in a certain way, what do you do? You throw the baseball in that exact way over and over again until it becomes automatic. This is what people refer to as muscle memory, which basically means that you don't have to think about the action because it's automatic. When you practice a particular action or set of behaviors over and over again, it becomes a neurological pathway in the brain. Everybody knows this, but how many people actually take advantage of the profound benefits that this offers? You literally have the ability to rewrite your character and personality. People think of their character or personality as something that is stagnant. In reality someone's personality is very plastic, but they just keep doing the same things so they always get the same results. Think about it, your personality is basically the sum total of all your habitual thoughts, attitudes, paradigms, emotions, and actions. If you're like most people, then the majority of these behaviors were picked up by accident. Think about the significance of that for a second. The majority of what people think is them was gained through observation of others. They are literally a vehicle perpetuating the manifestation of other people's ideas, concepts, and beliefs. My objective with this book is to wake you up and to teach you to start living consciously. To teach you to start forming your own habits that empower you and get you closer to your goals. This book is more suggestive than it is explanatory. You should listen to it over and over again until the ideas begin to sink in. You should in a way consciously brainwash yourself until these habits become a part of you and start to manifest themselves your thoughts, words, and actions.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-09-2017
  • Publisher: Jason Mileshko