web site hit counter The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life: Before 8AM - Ebooks PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life: Before 8AM

Availability: Ready to download

What if you could miraculously wake up tomorrow and any—or every area of your life was transformed? What would be different? Would you be happier? Healthier? More successful? In better shape? Would you have more energy? Less Stress? More Money? Better relationships? Which of your problems would be solved? What if I told you that there is a "not-so-obvious" secret that is gu What if you could miraculously wake up tomorrow and any—or every area of your life was transformed? What would be different? Would you be happier? Healthier? More successful? In better shape? Would you have more energy? Less Stress? More Money? Better relationships? Which of your problems would be solved? What if I told you that there is a "not-so-obvious" secret that is guaranteed to transform any—or literally every area of your life, faster than you ever thought possible? What if I told you it would only take 6 minutes a day? Enter The Miracle Morning. What’s now being practiced by thousands of people around the world could perhaps be the simplest approach to creating the life you’ve always wanted. It’s been right there in front of us, but this book has finally brought it to life. Are you ready? The next chapter of your life—the most extraordinary life you've ever imagined—is about to begin. YOU DESERVE AN EXTRAORDINARY LIFE. IT’S TIME TO WAKE UP TO YOUR FULL POTENTIAL


Compare

What if you could miraculously wake up tomorrow and any—or every area of your life was transformed? What would be different? Would you be happier? Healthier? More successful? In better shape? Would you have more energy? Less Stress? More Money? Better relationships? Which of your problems would be solved? What if I told you that there is a "not-so-obvious" secret that is gu What if you could miraculously wake up tomorrow and any—or every area of your life was transformed? What would be different? Would you be happier? Healthier? More successful? In better shape? Would you have more energy? Less Stress? More Money? Better relationships? Which of your problems would be solved? What if I told you that there is a "not-so-obvious" secret that is guaranteed to transform any—or literally every area of your life, faster than you ever thought possible? What if I told you it would only take 6 minutes a day? Enter The Miracle Morning. What’s now being practiced by thousands of people around the world could perhaps be the simplest approach to creating the life you’ve always wanted. It’s been right there in front of us, but this book has finally brought it to life. Are you ready? The next chapter of your life—the most extraordinary life you've ever imagined—is about to begin. YOU DESERVE AN EXTRAORDINARY LIFE. IT’S TIME TO WAKE UP TO YOUR FULL POTENTIAL

30 review for The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life: Before 8AM

  1. 5 out of 5

    Perrin Lindelauf

    First, the overall premise is not a bad idea. However: The target audience of this book is someone who has never read any personal development books and views the whole genre suspiciously. For me, it smacked of a basic thesis, padded with a hasty potpourri of other people's ideas and coated with gushing "you can have the life of your dreams!" promises. I found myself having to skim through basic explanations of meditation and visualization to get at what Elrod was offering as far as original thin First, the overall premise is not a bad idea. However: The target audience of this book is someone who has never read any personal development books and views the whole genre suspiciously. For me, it smacked of a basic thesis, padded with a hasty potpourri of other people's ideas and coated with gushing "you can have the life of your dreams!" promises. I found myself having to skim through basic explanations of meditation and visualization to get at what Elrod was offering as far as original thinking. If this were a blog post, not a 150 page book, I would probably have appreciated it more. The basic premise could be summarized thus: To improve our lives, we must improve ourselves The morning is the best time for self improvement (have energy, quiet, easier to make time) Spending an hour doing a little of few good practices goes a lot way to self improvement Those exercises are: Silent meditation Affirmations Visualization of the day ahead Exercise Reading, particularly to learn something Scriving (aka Writing, journaling) 10 minutes each. I'm going to try this general idea because I don't think it is bad; I just wish I didn't have to slog through so much text for so little information.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Good idea, terrible execution. Save yourself the read, here's my short summary: Get up an hour earlier. Do your face, teeth and drink a large glass of water immediately. Go into another room of your house (i.e. not your bedroom), and spend the hour doing the following: sitting in silence, say what you want to achieve and work on today, visualise how you want to live your day, exercise, read and journal. Good idea, terrible execution. Save yourself the read, here's my short summary: Get up an hour earlier. Do your face, teeth and drink a large glass of water immediately. Go into another room of your house (i.e. not your bedroom), and spend the hour doing the following: sitting in silence, say what you want to achieve and work on today, visualise how you want to live your day, exercise, read and journal.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Greg Swierad

    In this book, Hal Elrod shows us how to design our morning in a way that will boost our life energy. The evenings are not good to do all these things that are important to us (due to tiresome or friends and family or low willpower), that’s why our well designed morning routine might be the only option. Hal Elrod shared 6 elements that should be included in your morning routines, such as time for silence, affirmations, visualizations, exercise, reading, and journaling. My top 3 takeaways are: * If In this book, Hal Elrod shows us how to design our morning in a way that will boost our life energy. The evenings are not good to do all these things that are important to us (due to tiresome or friends and family or low willpower), that’s why our well designed morning routine might be the only option. Hal Elrod shared 6 elements that should be included in your morning routines, such as time for silence, affirmations, visualizations, exercise, reading, and journaling. My top 3 takeaways are: * If you want to be in the top 5% of people, you must think and act like the top 5%. * Before going to bed, commit yourself to waking up early and feeling energized (this one really works for me. * You have to take care of emotional and spiritual energy the same as you take care of your physical energy. I wrote a detailed summary and extracted total of 17 great actions from this book. You can read it here: https://www.mentorist.app/books/the-m...

  4. 5 out of 5

    LilyCReads

    You know what the real miracle is here? The fact that i've read two books in one week ;) You know what the real miracle is here? The fact that i've read two books in one week ;)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Xavier Shay

    So the writing is cringeworthy (over-the-top internet self-help blogger), but the technique rocks. I've been doing it a week and it's been the most productive and fulfilling week I can remember. Having described myself as a morning person for a while now without really being particularly good at it, I'm excited to be back on the wagon. It's a fast read (easy to skim most of it) and only a couple of dollars on amazon. So the writing is cringeworthy (over-the-top internet self-help blogger), but the technique rocks. I've been doing it a week and it's been the most productive and fulfilling week I can remember. Having described myself as a morning person for a while now without really being particularly good at it, I'm excited to be back on the wagon. It's a fast read (easy to skim most of it) and only a couple of dollars on amazon.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ruby Granger

    Extremely motivating self-help book & one of the most useful I've read. A lot of the advice is quite common-place but the execution really does encourage you to take it head-on :) Extremely motivating self-help book & one of the most useful I've read. A lot of the advice is quite common-place but the execution really does encourage you to take it head-on :)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Willem Spruijt

    Not sure why this book has a close to 4 rating here: - Very exaggerated way of writing. He could have done some of the chapters with 1/3 of the words. - First 20 pages are only testimonials. Very annoying you can skip that. - Tries to sell his 'starter kit' at least a dozen times in the book. What is this, weight watchers? Feels like my adblocker is switched off. - Half of the book is captain obvious. - The motivational way of writing ('YOU can do this!') is very repetitive and unnecessary. Still 2 st Not sure why this book has a close to 4 rating here: - Very exaggerated way of writing. He could have done some of the chapters with 1/3 of the words. - First 20 pages are only testimonials. Very annoying you can skip that. - Tries to sell his 'starter kit' at least a dozen times in the book. What is this, weight watchers? Feels like my adblocker is switched off. - Half of the book is captain obvious. - The motivational way of writing ('YOU can do this!') is very repetitive and unnecessary. Still 2 stars since I learned some interesting concepts (esp about affirmations).

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    I'm going to do this review as a compliment sandwich. Good, bad, good. Hal Elrod seems like a genuinely nice guy with a dramatic and interesting message. He's a near-fatal car crash survivor who was brought back from death and put back together during a long hospitalization at the age of 20. His character trait of resilience really shines through in the anecdotes he uses to illustrate his points-- he is not someone who rolls over and gives up on anything, and for that I salute him. He's someone I'm going to do this review as a compliment sandwich. Good, bad, good. Hal Elrod seems like a genuinely nice guy with a dramatic and interesting message. He's a near-fatal car crash survivor who was brought back from death and put back together during a long hospitalization at the age of 20. His character trait of resilience really shines through in the anecdotes he uses to illustrate his points-- he is not someone who rolls over and gives up on anything, and for that I salute him. He's someone who would be an interesting person to know. This book talks about his discovery that getting up quite early and going through a predetermined routine improved his life. He adjusted his schedule to get up at 5:00am, then used that time for things like meditation, affirmations, reading, and exercise. The text details why this worked for him and for others, and lays out a plan step-wise on how to implement it in your own life. Now the bad stuff. First, I downloaded this to my Nook and was astonished that it is 490 pages long. That's a lot of information about an hour in the morning! Elrod's background is in multi-level marketing sales, and a LOT of the text reads like a sales speech. He introduces an element of the morning routine, then there are paragraphs selling it. Repeat, repeat, repeat. Without the sales pitches, this book could have been condensed to less than 100 pages of pure content. I've had the interesting experience of reading Nook books with live links to web content, and for the most part, that's a great way to present changing or frequently-updated content to the reader. So I was surprised when a portion of the program was available on his website rather than in the book, and that the Nook edition didn't provide live links! One chapter outlined a "packet" to download, then walked the reader through some of the elements of a 30-day challenge -- it would have been helpful to have that either in the body of the book or as a live link. Also, a caveat to not putting it in the book is that 20 years from now when someone reads this, that website may be long-gone, and with it, key elements of the author's content. The MLM cheerleading and blog-self-help tone of the book were often difficult to take, but the book's message to get a jump on the day is valid and important. Elrod is a fairly young author and I look forward to reading more of his work as he mellows and matures; if he stays on the track he's on now, he will become a truly inspirational lifestyle author. If you can stomach the marketing tone, there's a clear and compelling message here from a decent fellow.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Manuel Antão

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. (original review, 2012) “Why is it that when a baby is born, we often refer to them as “the miracle of life,” but then go on to accept mediocrity for our own lives? Where along the way did we lose sight of the miracle that we are living?” “How you wake up each day and your morning routine (or lack thereof) dramatically affects your levels of success in every single area of your life. Focused, productive, successful mornings generate focu If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. (original review, 2012) “Why is it that when a baby is born, we often refer to them as “the miracle of life,” but then go on to accept mediocrity for our own lives? Where along the way did we lose sight of the miracle that we are living?” “How you wake up each day and your morning routine (or lack thereof) dramatically affects your levels of success in every single area of your life. Focused, productive, successful mornings generate focused, productive, successful days—which inevitably create a successful life—in the same way that unfocused, unproductive, and mediocre mornings generate unfocused, unproductive, and mediocre days, and ultimately a mediocre quality of life. By simply changing the way you wake up in the morning, you can transform any area of your life, faster than you ever thought possible.” In “The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life: Before 8AM” by Hal Elrod Why do these books give out only common sense utterances?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Whitley

    I really like this book. I've been an early riser for several years and have fallen off the wagon for several years. I always need a swift kick in the pants to motivate me. This is helping. My only reservation for this book is the use of the "95%" statistic. Every stat Hal gives is "95%". If you're going to give outrageous stats to motivate people it would be helpful if 100% of them were referenced and backed by actual scientific data. Other than that 95% of the book is worth your time. I really like this book. I've been an early riser for several years and have fallen off the wagon for several years. I always need a swift kick in the pants to motivate me. This is helping. My only reservation for this book is the use of the "95%" statistic. Every stat Hal gives is "95%". If you're going to give outrageous stats to motivate people it would be helpful if 100% of them were referenced and backed by actual scientific data. Other than that 95% of the book is worth your time.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I started reading this, got through maybe 2 and a half chapters, and skimmed the rest. This is a decent book. He gives good advice, and I'm sure it works for those who stick to it. (I haven't even tried it at this point.) It really is all about changing your mindset. That being said, there were a few things that bothered me. Most of the book is all filler fluff - he takes forever to make his point. You could literally read the first line of each paragraph and understand it perfectly. The other t I started reading this, got through maybe 2 and a half chapters, and skimmed the rest. This is a decent book. He gives good advice, and I'm sure it works for those who stick to it. (I haven't even tried it at this point.) It really is all about changing your mindset. That being said, there were a few things that bothered me. Most of the book is all filler fluff - he takes forever to make his point. You could literally read the first line of each paragraph and understand it perfectly. The other thing that really bothered me is he keeps throwing out all these statistics, and while he might cite a couple, he by no means gives his sources for most of them. It's mostly, "I recently read a statistic that said..." I want to know where this info came from and if it's legit. Other than that, it's good advice. I might try his method, but the book could have been put together better.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Chester

    Good methods. Bad writing.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dannii Elle

    I thought I might do something a little different with this and, due to the nature of the book, instead of writing a standard review would instead chronicle how this has affected my life, over the coming weeks. As such, the rating may be likely to change. As a brief overview the central idea this book puts forward is that creating a daily personal development routine can turn you into the person you need to be to help solve all your problems. You have the power to develop into the person you need I thought I might do something a little different with this and, due to the nature of the book, instead of writing a standard review would instead chronicle how this has affected my life, over the coming weeks. As such, the rating may be likely to change. As a brief overview the central idea this book puts forward is that creating a daily personal development routine can turn you into the person you need to be to help solve all your problems. You have the power to develop into the person you need to be to create everything you have ever wanted in your life. This process begins from how you start your days. If you wake up every morning with determination you can go to bed every night with satisfaction. If you wake an hour earlier each day and dedicate this time to becoming the person who is qualified and capable of consistently creating and keeping the level of success you want, your focused, productive successful morning creates focused, productive and successful days. But how do you achieve his miracle morning routine? By the simple process of SAVERS: S - Silence. Meditation, prayer, or breathing techniques to centre yourself A - Affirmations. Present tense statements you speak aloud to the universe and, therefore, manifest into beings V - Visualise. A mood board of your dreams to help you better conjure them into reality. E - Exercise. Even if only for 10 minutes. An active body refreshes the mind. R - Read. Read even one chapter or blog post on topics that inspire or teach you S - Scribe. This can be either bullet journalling your daily tasks or purging your thoughts in a diary-style entry. It's that simple. These six daily practises can help you to become the person you want to, and can be achieved in only one hour of time, each day. I'm going to take some time to create my visualisations etc. and begin this process from 5th June 2017. I'll provide weekly entries of the changes I have seen in myself for the following four weeks and, hopefully, this will be a wonderful way for me to look back on any progress I have made in my life. Wish me luck!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Anelia Dobreva

    I think this has been the fasted read I have had since highschool. Less than 24 hours. But that is not a compliment. The guy has a nice idea and a sensible self-improvement tool to offer but the essence of the book could have fit into half the volume of words or even less. It is repetitive. At several points I actually went back and forth a few pages because I though I'd accidentally skipped back on my reader. Add the pompous name, the excessive use of the word 'mediocre', the trademark signs ev I think this has been the fasted read I have had since highschool. Less than 24 hours. But that is not a compliment. The guy has a nice idea and a sensible self-improvement tool to offer but the essence of the book could have fit into half the volume of words or even less. It is repetitive. At several points I actually went back and forth a few pages because I though I'd accidentally skipped back on my reader. Add the pompous name, the excessive use of the word 'mediocre', the trademark signs every few pages, and the vague it-has-been proven statements and you will get why the whole thing sounds like a sales pitch. One that was meant to be heard, not read. I am glad it is not the first self-improvement book under my belt or it could easily have put me off the genre. Some of my previous reads have been truly life-changing. This one... Well, as I said, it is based on a good practical idea that can work for many people. It also gives you a link to a nice little printable tool. But if you are interested in what the hype is about (I got it because it was mentioned in a blog), just skim the book. And only of you find it at a discount. It is not worth the 17$ regular price.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Oleksandr Golovatyi

    The year has just begun, and this is the second book that impressed me very much and deserves to claim the best book of 2018. The book is read very easily, many interesting facts, reflections on health, efficiency and vitality. The book encounters many useful links to other authors. An interesting moment for me is that most of the books that the author mentioned in his book read before and totally agree on all the points. The "Miracle Morning" book will help both "larks" and "owls" make your morn The year has just begun, and this is the second book that impressed me very much and deserves to claim the best book of 2018. The book is read very easily, many interesting facts, reflections on health, efficiency and vitality. The book encounters many useful links to other authors. An interesting moment for me is that most of the books that the author mentioned in his book read before and totally agree on all the points. The "Miracle Morning" book will help both "larks" and "owls" make your morning energetic, happy and full of joy all day long. While reading the book, I made markers on the pages and then I realized that almost all the pages had some marks and strokes. A lot of useful and interesting information. The book should be read several times. The most important thing after reading is to start using the "miracle morning" method in your life. A bit about the basic idea of ​​a book - there are a few points or rules you need to do every morning: - get up at least an hour earlier than you did before - "silence", 5-10 minutes of meditation in silence with any method of breathing (find out what's right for you). It can also be prayer or simple reflection in silence, - 5 minutes of affirmations (positive statements). It has long been proven that people are capable of programming for success. Affirmations are the best way to do this, - visualization (5 min). Select a small amount of time to visualize your dreams, just try to imagine all that you want to achieve in the near future, dream and visualize everything with the smallest detail. This process is very nice - it is charged with energy and, oddly enough, very effective, - reading (20-30 min), read every day for at least 20-30 minutes. Personally, I like to do exercises for speed reading in the morning, and to read already during the day. I think this option is also suitable for a "good morning" - you should have a diary, either online or regular. And every morning write anything, everything you want. If it's hard to write, just describe the day that has passed, the most interesting moments. Can write for what and to whom you are grateful. - exercise (20 minutes), do some exercises every morning. Remember the famous saying "if you do not find time for physical exercise, most likely to have to find time for illness. " ----------------------------------------------------------- Рік лише розпочався, а це вже друга книга, яка досить сильно вразила мене і заслужено претендує на кращу книгу 2018 року. Книга читається дуже легко, багато цікавих фактів, роздумів щодо здоров'я, ефективності та життєвої енергії. В книзі зустрічається багато корисних посилань на інших авторів. Цікавий момент особисто для мене, що більшість книг, які автор згадує в своїй книзі читав раніше і щодо всіх моментів повністю згоден. Книга "Чудовий ранок" допоможе і "жайворонкам" і "совам" зробити свій ранок енергічним, щасливим і сповненим радості на весь день. Читаючи книгу я робив помітки маркером і вже потім зрозумів, що майже всі сторінки мають якісь відмітки та обведення. Дуже багато корисної та цікавої інформації. Книгу варто читати декілька разів. А саме головне після прочитання - це розпочати використовувати метод "чудовий ранок" у своєму житті. Трохи про основну ідею книги - це декілька пунктів чи правил, які потрібно робити кожен ранок: - вставати мінімум на годину раніше, ніж ви це робили раніше, - "тиша", 5-10 хвилин медитації в тиші з будь-якою методикою дихання (знайдіть що підходить саме вам). Також це може бути молитва чи прості роздуми в тиші, - 5 хвилин афірмацій (позитивних тверджень). Давно вже доведено, що люидна здатна себе програмувати на успіх. Афірмації - найкращий спосіб для цього, - візуалізація (5 хв). Виділіть невеличкий проміжок часу для візуалізації своїх мрій, просто намагайтесь уявити все те, чого хочете досягнути найближчим часом, мрійте і візуалізуйте все з найменьшими дрібницями. Цей процес дуже приємний - заряджає енергією і, як не дивно, дуже ефективний, - читання (20-30 хв), читайте кожен день мінімум по 20-30 хв. Особисто я люблю робити вранці вправи для швидкочитання, а читати вже протягом дня. Думаю, такий варіант теж підійде для "чудового ранку" - письмо. Заведіть собі щоденник, будь-який - онлайн чи звичайний. І кожен ранок пишіть будь-що, все що забажаєте. Якщо важко писати, то просто опишіть день, що минув, найцікавіші моменти. Можете написати за що і кому ви вдячні. - фізичні вправи (20 хв), кожен ранок робіть зарядку. Пам'ятайте відомий вислів "якщо не знайдете часу для фізичних вправ", найімовірніше, доведеться знайти час для хвороб". I read books on Scribd and Google Books by Readlax Chrome Extension

  16. 4 out of 5

    Peter Skaronis

    Excellent book!!! All those years of listening to Jim Rohn and Tony Robbins, here comes Hal putting everything together in such a simple and profound way that is amazing. As I grow older I realise that the simplest things create the biggest impact and the miracle morning seems quite basic until you try it. You are awake at 5 am while most people are asleep and the silence allows you to see the bigger picture of things that I couldn't see before as a night owl. your world is still asleep and hasn' Excellent book!!! All those years of listening to Jim Rohn and Tony Robbins, here comes Hal putting everything together in such a simple and profound way that is amazing. As I grow older I realise that the simplest things create the biggest impact and the miracle morning seems quite basic until you try it. You are awake at 5 am while most people are asleep and the silence allows you to see the bigger picture of things that I couldn't see before as a night owl. your world is still asleep and hasn't got a claim on your attention. read the book, join the Facebook community and start tomorrow. Thank you Hal. God bless you.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Joe

    A very compelling argument to wake up at 5am or about one hour before you usually get up, including weekends. It advices you to do the following for approximately 10 minutes each of that hour: Meditate Affirmations Visualise Exercise Read - something constructive Write - a journal or something else This all makes sense and probably would make a great start to the day. I'm tempted to give it a go but personally would rather trim back most of the other ideas to 5 minutes each and give 30-35 minutes to exe A very compelling argument to wake up at 5am or about one hour before you usually get up, including weekends. It advices you to do the following for approximately 10 minutes each of that hour: Meditate Affirmations Visualise Exercise Read - something constructive Write - a journal or something else This all makes sense and probably would make a great start to the day. I'm tempted to give it a go but personally would rather trim back most of the other ideas to 5 minutes each and give 30-35 minutes to exercise. The book is very compelling but at 150 pages is not concise and with such a narrow call to action - wake up early and do these things... It does repeat itself quite a bit.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ngiste

    The worst of its genre of personality-driven personal development books. Repetitive, poorly edited, entirely available for free without the constant onslaught of Hal stories. Seriously. Like 2/3 of this book was hearing how 1 hour solved Hal's depression. This is not wrong about what makes a successful morning. It's just packaged idiotically. The book was also a reminder of how little systemic injustice is accounted for in the white-guy-personality-cult-self-help world. All you have to do is tra The worst of its genre of personality-driven personal development books. Repetitive, poorly edited, entirely available for free without the constant onslaught of Hal stories. Seriously. Like 2/3 of this book was hearing how 1 hour solved Hal's depression. This is not wrong about what makes a successful morning. It's just packaged idiotically. The book was also a reminder of how little systemic injustice is accounted for in the white-guy-personality-cult-self-help world. All you have to do is transform yourself and then you can have wild success is a statement you can only make (and sell) from a position of extreme privilege. Mental health, racism, misogyny, all can be overcome in this one hour!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Read this in an hour because I skimmed through most of the pages. It didn't really give me any new information or useful tips. Most things seemed too farfetched and bogus claims.. anyway I read it and don't recommend it. Waste of the $5. Read this in an hour because I skimmed through most of the pages. It didn't really give me any new information or useful tips. Most things seemed too farfetched and bogus claims.. anyway I read it and don't recommend it. Waste of the $5.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Acordul Fin

    “There is nothing to fear, because you cannot fail—only learn, grow, and become better than you’ve ever been before.” I am a morning person, generally, mornings are actually my favorite time of the day, but I haven't been using this to my advantage so far, so for a while now, I've been wanting to come up a plan than will help me make the best use of this time of the day and this book has offered me a decent direction. We'll see if I manage to stick to it and if it will have a signifi “There is nothing to fear, because you cannot fail—only learn, grow, and become better than you’ve ever been before.” I am a morning person, generally, mornings are actually my favorite time of the day, but I haven't been using this to my advantage so far, so for a while now, I've been wanting to come up a plan than will help me make the best use of this time of the day and this book has offered me a decent direction. We'll see if I manage to stick to it and if it will have a significant impact on my life. I had to put some effort into ignoring the writing style and focus on the essential. The author has a background in sales and that's totally obvious. I often felt he was beating a dead horse, running in circles around the idea of achieving one's "full" potential. The thing is, for the first few chapters he was trying to sell the idea of personal development, which was unfortunate for me, cause I'm already sold. I've been into this thing for years, so I was starting to lose faith he was ever getting to a point I could be interested in. Once the book passed the self-congratulatory and sales pitch phase, there was finally some useful info. Sure, nothing revolutionary, he basically combined a series of personal development principles from different successful people in the business and made it into a ritual of sorts, but it's obvious he put work into acquiring this knowledge and he did set up a system that's very appealing to a lot of people.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa {Book ♥ Soulmates}

    LOVED it! I can't wait to incorporate this 6 step miracle morning: • Silence - Meditation, Reflection, Prayer • Affirmations - Repeat positive affirmations • Visualization - Visualize your goals • Exercise - A brief morning workout will help get your day started right • Reading - Personal development is essential to your growth and towards attaining your goals • Scribing - Keep a journal to share your thoughts, ideas, goals, and gratitude LOVED it! I can't wait to incorporate this 6 step miracle morning: • Silence - Meditation, Reflection, Prayer • Affirmations - Repeat positive affirmations • Visualization - Visualize your goals • Exercise - A brief morning workout will help get your day started right • Reading - Personal development is essential to your growth and towards attaining your goals • Scribing - Keep a journal to share your thoughts, ideas, goals, and gratitude

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    Just reread this book as I felt it helped my life back in 2013 but have been feeling a bit off track recently and life has changed a lot so it was time for bringing back some morning discipline! I find if I rush in the morning because I have gotten up too late or I am just too busy, my whole day is thrown off and even the rest of the week is out of whack. I have always found that easing into my day with relaxing routine in the morning gives me a good start. This book helped confirm that. We were Just reread this book as I felt it helped my life back in 2013 but have been feeling a bit off track recently and life has changed a lot so it was time for bringing back some morning discipline! I find if I rush in the morning because I have gotten up too late or I am just too busy, my whole day is thrown off and even the rest of the week is out of whack. I have always found that easing into my day with relaxing routine in the morning gives me a good start. This book helped confirm that. We were given a copy of this book by a friend and I read it on vacation so that I would be able to put it into practice once I got home. Elrod spends an hour (approximately) each morning to give him a good start to the day - and life! The miracle morning is made up of meditation, visualization, affirmations, writing, reading and exercise. The book goes into detail and also discusses the forming of good habits (the miracle morning being one of them). I already read and journal in the morning so now I am putting into practice the other four components.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Hal Elrod

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. As the author of "The Miracle Morning" I have been blown away by the overwhelmingly positive feedback (300+ five-star Amazon reviews) and life changing results experienced by readers! See for yourself at http://MiracleMorningBook.com. Or get 2 FREE chapters of the book at http://MiracleMorning.com. Either way, please let me know how The Miracle Morning impacts YOUR life! With sincere gratitude, - Hal As the author of "The Miracle Morning" I have been blown away by the overwhelmingly positive feedback (300+ five-star Amazon reviews) and life changing results experienced by readers! See for yourself at http://MiracleMorningBook.com. Or get 2 FREE chapters of the book at http://MiracleMorning.com. Either way, please let me know how The Miracle Morning impacts YOUR life! With sincere gratitude, - Hal

  24. 4 out of 5

    pegah

    Easy reading and practical, very on time for my new way of living. It is so interesting for me that when I decided to change my type of job, I faced this book which gives me a smart schedule for planing my days and going on. I admire writer for his passion about life after such a bad accident he had in early age that could make him sit at home and live same as a plant.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    This was recommended to me. Honestly it's not the most well written book. It's very repetitive at times. BUT the principles it teaches are so worth reading about. I've started my own Miracle Morning routine and all I can say is on the days I actually follow it I get so much more done on those days. This is a quick read and it is free on Kindle Unlimited so to all who can access this for free you should definitely download it and read through it. This was recommended to me. Honestly it's not the most well written book. It's very repetitive at times. BUT the principles it teaches are so worth reading about. I've started my own Miracle Morning routine and all I can say is on the days I actually follow it I get so much more done on those days. This is a quick read and it is free on Kindle Unlimited so to all who can access this for free you should definitely download it and read through it.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Holden Johnson

    the writing was a bit overdone, with some common success catchphrases and repested things over and over. That being said i cant argue with the results or message.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Antonelli

    So the premise of the book isn't a bad one. Wake up earlier, do you for an hour or so, then go about your day feeling better. That's been something I've been motivating myself to do for a while now, and I thought the book might inspire me to follow through. Boy did it... not do that at all. One of the first things author Hal mentions is that he was a salesman for a living. That becomes painfully obvious as the book goes on. Every shlocky technique is thrown at you and it makes for a tedious read So the premise of the book isn't a bad one. Wake up earlier, do you for an hour or so, then go about your day feeling better. That's been something I've been motivating myself to do for a while now, and I thought the book might inspire me to follow through. Boy did it... not do that at all. One of the first things author Hal mentions is that he was a salesman for a living. That becomes painfully obvious as the book goes on. Every shlocky technique is thrown at you and it makes for a tedious read. I found myself skipping ahead to more concrete tips, which were nothing revolutionary. Also, the author seems to know nothing about how the body works. "You only need as much sleep as you THINK you need!" Parts like that made me feel like I was reading a satire of the whole idea of a guru. That said, still not a bad premise. If you don't mind being relentlessly pitched something, this might be worthwhile for you. Me, I just felt like I was being condescended to the whole two hours it took me to read it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    alsmilesalot

    Not sure why I picked this up-- perhaps just so many good things about it in the "ether"? perhaps a search to make things better? I am 100% behind the practices he recommends (well, maybe not to read self help books-- so make that 83% behind) though this presentation doesn't provide evidence (other than anecdotall) supporting them (needless to say, that's something of a frustration to me) but I find the tone difficult to deal with and it reads empty to me (though I admit, I'm in the minority here Not sure why I picked this up-- perhaps just so many good things about it in the "ether"? perhaps a search to make things better? I am 100% behind the practices he recommends (well, maybe not to read self help books-- so make that 83% behind) though this presentation doesn't provide evidence (other than anecdotall) supporting them (needless to say, that's something of a frustration to me) but I find the tone difficult to deal with and it reads empty to me (though I admit, I'm in the minority here).

  29. 4 out of 5

    Krishna Chaitanya

    The reason for picking-up this book is to improve myself and become a morning person as raising early has a plethora of excellent benefits. This books predominantly offers: - A brief history of the author's struggles and how TMM helped him - Motivation to start your day when alarm goes off with a snooze-proof solution - Practice life S.A.V.E.R.S - Silence, Affirmations, Visualization, Exercise, Reading and Scribing (writing/journaling) in the morning and a guide to apply them - 30 days TMM challe The reason for picking-up this book is to improve myself and become a morning person as raising early has a plethora of excellent benefits. This books predominantly offers: - A brief history of the author's struggles and how TMM helped him - Motivation to start your day when alarm goes off with a snooze-proof solution - Practice life S.A.V.E.R.S - Silence, Affirmations, Visualization, Exercise, Reading and Scribing (writing/journaling) in the morning and a guide to apply them - 30 days TMM challenge to make the habits of life savers permanent

  30. 4 out of 5

    Shayla

    A book built around a really good idea “Your level of success will seldom exceed your level of personal development." -Jim Rohn As a first-year college student that was focusing purely on academics and letting my emotions and body go, I found this very interesting. When I didn't feel good physically or emotionally, I noticed my grades, body, and failed relationship (It's been a rough year) were also not very good. Hal Elrod offers The Miracle Morning for waking up early, working on self-care, and A book built around a really good idea “Your level of success will seldom exceed your level of personal development." -Jim Rohn As a first-year college student that was focusing purely on academics and letting my emotions and body go, I found this very interesting. When I didn't feel good physically or emotionally, I noticed my grades, body, and failed relationship (It's been a rough year) were also not very good. Hal Elrod offers The Miracle Morning for waking up early, working on self-care, and becoming a focused individual who knows what he/she wants. He seems to be a really enthusiastic about his idea and does offer a bit of a pitch, but I feel it's necessary to get one hyped about such a thing as getting up early in the morning. I found it to be a very interesting and refreshing book to read. Reading his book and practicing these techniques has been helping me get back on track and I am truly grateful to him for that.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.