The Motivation Manifesto

  • by Brendon Burchard
  • Narrated by Brendon Burchard
  • 6 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Motivation Manifesto is a pulsing, articulate, ferocious call to claim our personal power. World-renowned high performance trainer Brendon Burchard reveals that the main motive of humankind is the pursuit of greater Personal Freedom. We desire the grand liberties of choice - time freedom, emotional freedom, social freedom, financial freedom, spiritual freedom. Only two enemies stand in our way: an external enemy, defined as the social oppression of who we are by the mediocre masses, and an internal enemy, a sort of self-oppression caused by our own doubt and fear.
The march to Personal Freedom, Burchard argues, can be won only by declaring our intent and independence, stepping into our personal power, and battling through self-doubt and the distractions of the day until full victory is won.
Recalling the revolutionist voices of the past that chose freedom over tyranny, Burchard - at times poetic yet always fierce - motivates us to free ourselves from fear and take back our lives once and for all.


What the Critics Say

"The Motivation Manifesto is a poetic and powerful call to reclaim our lives and find our own personal freedom. It’s a triumphant work that transcends the title, lifting the reader from mere motivation into a soaringly purposeful and meaningful life. I love this book." (Paulo Coelho)


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Customer Reviews

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This book just points out the obvious and doesn't use any stories or examples to back up what he's saying. At least in the first half I stopped listening half way through it wasn't worth my time but maybe the dry context could benefit someone else.
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- Jake

This is a rehash of Tony Robbins work

The material is OK but it is all a repeat of what I've already read from Tony Robbins. I also found his excessive repetition of key phrases so much a distraction that I had to stop and take breaks between my sessions listening to this. He uses the phrase "Let us..." about 700 times I would guess. But the material is worth having here if you haven't already read it from Robbins. It might be that a professional speaker could've made this a much better book
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- David

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-20-2015
  • Publisher: Hay House