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“Your daily habits determine if you will be rich, poor or stuck in the middle-class. Tom Corley’s book will set you on a path towards success for you and your entire family.” – Jack Canfield CEO Canfield Training Group and Bestselling Author of Chicken Soup for the Soul Change Your Habits, Change Your Life is the follow-up to Tom Corley’s bestselling book Rich Habits. Th “Your daily habits determine if you will be rich, poor or stuck in the middle-class. Tom Corley’s book will set you on a path towards success for you and your entire family.” – Jack Canfield CEO Canfield Training Group and Bestselling Author of Chicken Soup for the Soul Change Your Habits, Change Your Life is the follow-up to Tom Corley’s bestselling book Rich Habits. Thanks to his extensive research of the habits of self-made millionaires, Corley has identified the habits that helped transform ordinary individuals into self-made millionaires. Success no longer has to be a secret passed down among only the elite and the wealthy. No matter where you are in life, Change Your Habits, Change Your Life will meet you there, and guide you to success. In this book, you will learn about: • Why we have habits • Habits that create wealth or poverty, or keep you stuck in the middle class • Habits that increase your IQ • Habits that reduce disease and increase longevity • Habits that eliminate depression and increase happiness • Strategies that will help you find your main purpose in life • Tricks to help you fast track habit change ----- Change Your Habits Change Your Life shares the strategies and habits that helped 177 self-made millionaires transform their lives and amass enourmous wealth. You will also learn about those habits that hold you back in life from achieving success and happiness. By using the habit change strategies in this book, readers will aquire the three characteristics of success, setting them on a path that will alter their very lives for the better. The success habits I will share with you will enable you to focus, every day, on pursuing success. Each good habit you add to your life will have a cumulative effect on your life. These habits are an investment in your individual success. Getting control of your habits is empowering. It gives you a sense of control over your life. Your new habits will not only put you on the path to success, they will also put you on the path to happiness. Your life will never be the same.


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“Your daily habits determine if you will be rich, poor or stuck in the middle-class. Tom Corley’s book will set you on a path towards success for you and your entire family.” – Jack Canfield CEO Canfield Training Group and Bestselling Author of Chicken Soup for the Soul Change Your Habits, Change Your Life is the follow-up to Tom Corley’s bestselling book Rich Habits. Th “Your daily habits determine if you will be rich, poor or stuck in the middle-class. Tom Corley’s book will set you on a path towards success for you and your entire family.” – Jack Canfield CEO Canfield Training Group and Bestselling Author of Chicken Soup for the Soul Change Your Habits, Change Your Life is the follow-up to Tom Corley’s bestselling book Rich Habits. Thanks to his extensive research of the habits of self-made millionaires, Corley has identified the habits that helped transform ordinary individuals into self-made millionaires. Success no longer has to be a secret passed down among only the elite and the wealthy. No matter where you are in life, Change Your Habits, Change Your Life will meet you there, and guide you to success. In this book, you will learn about: • Why we have habits • Habits that create wealth or poverty, or keep you stuck in the middle class • Habits that increase your IQ • Habits that reduce disease and increase longevity • Habits that eliminate depression and increase happiness • Strategies that will help you find your main purpose in life • Tricks to help you fast track habit change ----- Change Your Habits Change Your Life shares the strategies and habits that helped 177 self-made millionaires transform their lives and amass enourmous wealth. You will also learn about those habits that hold you back in life from achieving success and happiness. By using the habit change strategies in this book, readers will aquire the three characteristics of success, setting them on a path that will alter their very lives for the better. The success habits I will share with you will enable you to focus, every day, on pursuing success. Each good habit you add to your life will have a cumulative effect on your life. These habits are an investment in your individual success. Getting control of your habits is empowering. It gives you a sense of control over your life. Your new habits will not only put you on the path to success, they will also put you on the path to happiness. Your life will never be the same.

30 review for Change Your Habits, Change Your Life: Strategies that Transformed 177 Average People into Self-Made Millionaires

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tim Johnson

    I have a low tolerance for people who fluff their books with a lot of repetition. I also don't believe that tracking habits is the way to go. Any thinking individual who purchases this book is most likely to already know what their bad habits are. The "rich habits" listed in the book do constitute some good advice. Get sufficient sleep, wake up early, have goals, eliminate toxic relationships, spend less than you earn, and save 10-15% of your income. These are all solid, time-proven concepts. Bu I have a low tolerance for people who fluff their books with a lot of repetition. I also don't believe that tracking habits is the way to go. Any thinking individual who purchases this book is most likely to already know what their bad habits are. The "rich habits" listed in the book do constitute some good advice. Get sufficient sleep, wake up early, have goals, eliminate toxic relationships, spend less than you earn, and save 10-15% of your income. These are all solid, time-proven concepts. But they are not anything new. Perhaps the best advice Corley offers is to start small. Pick one habit you would like to form and start chipping away at it and make it part of your daily routine. I also take exception with the assertion that reading fiction has no value. Fiction, good fiction, can teach us something about what it means to be human. It can force us to role play and think through how we would handle situations differently than the characters. It has value. I was happy to note that I already practice many of the rich habits listed. Perhaps, the most important thing I gained from reading this is that it does force me to focus on the things I still need to achieve.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dawei Xiao

    Change your habits, change your life by Tom Corley 5/24/2017 Frankly, this is not a book that’s worth spending hours reading. The statement is very simple and straightforward — in order to be successful, people need to eliminate bad/poor habits and form good/rich habits in different aspects. The book generalizes what a perfect/successful life would be like, and try to apply the principles to everyone. Everything the book talks about is such cliche as exercise everyday, saving more, forming good r Change your habits, change your life by Tom Corley 5/24/2017 Frankly, this is not a book that’s worth spending hours reading. The statement is very simple and straightforward — in order to be successful, people need to eliminate bad/poor habits and form good/rich habits in different aspects. The book generalizes what a perfect/successful life would be like, and try to apply the principles to everyone. Everything the book talks about is such cliche as exercise everyday, saving more, forming good relationship. I’ve never believed the formula of becoming a self-made millionaire really exists, so I skimmed through the book and here are some of the key takeaways (very fragmented): Every habit begins with a trigger. People need to be aware of what triggers good/bad habits. Awareness is the key Belief system is important because it filters out the information that’s related to dreams and goals, and those related to people’s belief Habits are divided into two categories: Ordinary Habits (basic, standalone habits) and Keystone Habits (important habits that affect goals/dreams, and have domino effect) Make a habit of engaging in new activities: practicing new activities grows the brain Avoid victim mindset people/ make happy birthday calls/ build a state of moderation Read biographies of successful people/ history books Be aware of the risk of wasting time. Time needs to be invested wisely — pursing goals, dreams, or some major purpose in life Join 5 AM club and tackle 3 things you want to get down. Waking up late will make us have no control over our life. Go to sleep by 10 PM Procrastination brands you as someone who cannot be trusted or whose work product is poor The Daily Five: 5 things move forward to pursuing to your goal/ dream Herd Mindset: Stop following the herd and get people join your new herd Outside fork is for salad and inside fork for meal/ never reach for anything Give constructive/ specific feedback instead of criticism In order to form new habits (ie. new year’s resolution), people need to be aware of old bad habits, and purposely eliminate it because those habits are creating the foundation of the life they live Activities should be related to goals/ dreams, otherwise is a risk of wasting time Merging habits is a good way to add new habits (ie. wash dishes after eat, make bed after waking up) make the old habit as a trigger and new habit as a consequence Form a group of people who share same activities/goals/dreams. Relate to association Firewalling bad habits. Make it harder/ more effort to do (The most important thing I got out of reading this book is that I wrote a article about my ideal future life in 5 years to details. )

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ananya Suryavanshi

    this book is so amazing. this book represents simple words but deep meaning. i would recommend everyone to read it. it is easy to read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tim Gandy

    Great book that in a lot a ways emphasizes some old but still sound ideas in a more modern world. I'd recommend this to anyone to sharpen your focus but would call it a must read for any twentysomething interested in a successful, fulfilling and happy life. Don't let the reference to "millionaire" dissuade you from reading this if that is not your vision for your life. There is much to be gained by applying these principles to any goal or vision for your life. Great book that in a lot a ways emphasizes some old but still sound ideas in a more modern world. I'd recommend this to anyone to sharpen your focus but would call it a must read for any twentysomething interested in a successful, fulfilling and happy life. Don't let the reference to "millionaire" dissuade you from reading this if that is not your vision for your life. There is much to be gained by applying these principles to any goal or vision for your life.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Scott Thor

    A good beginner book in the study of good and bad habits and some simple advice on how to move more toward what the author refers to as "rich" habits. If you want a deeper dive into habits read The Power of Habit or Atomic Habits. A good beginner book in the study of good and bad habits and some simple advice on how to move more toward what the author refers to as "rich" habits. If you want a deeper dive into habits read The Power of Habit or Atomic Habits.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ziyad Qudsi

    An extremely basic book. The advices that are offered in the book are time proven, simple, logical and straight forward. Some of the advices that are offered however are not logical, such as do not read fiction books (I, myself, am not a fan of fiction). What makes this book particularly interesting to me, is that it based on statistical analysis, however I was kind of disappointed to know that the sample size was 361 (people). The advice is still logical, however, I do not think it would be stat An extremely basic book. The advices that are offered in the book are time proven, simple, logical and straight forward. Some of the advices that are offered however are not logical, such as do not read fiction books (I, myself, am not a fan of fiction). What makes this book particularly interesting to me, is that it based on statistical analysis, however I was kind of disappointed to know that the sample size was 361 (people). The advice is still logical, however, I do not think it would be statistically correct to give generalization on successful people from such a small size. I have read many books on habits, such as "Power of Habit" and "Better than Before", and it seems like the Thomas Corley (the author) does not agree with the authors of other books on habits on the definition of habit. From my perspective and in my own humble experience, Thomas stretched the context of the word "habit" that it now includes routines. Truth be said, reading the book was fun and nice, however, I would not recommend anyone to read the book unless he has read other books first and that person wants a straight forward book to read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    The first third of the book was very interesting, all about why and how we form habits. After that it gets a bit repetitive, which is not great in an already short book. Some ideas of good habits were useful, other ones not so much. Get up early, lose weight, read more non-fiction, don't waste time watching TV. Yep, all sounds good, nothing really new here. I found the title is a bit misleading. I thought it was about 177 ordinary people and how they changed their lives by changing their habits. The first third of the book was very interesting, all about why and how we form habits. After that it gets a bit repetitive, which is not great in an already short book. Some ideas of good habits were useful, other ones not so much. Get up early, lose weight, read more non-fiction, don't waste time watching TV. Yep, all sounds good, nothing really new here. I found the title is a bit misleading. I thought it was about 177 ordinary people and how they changed their lives by changing their habits. Instead it is the results of interviewing people and finding out what habits rich people and poor people have. He interviewed them on their current habits, there is no mention of whether they picked these habits up in later lives, or whether they already had them from a young age (picked up from their families). Or what his definition of "average" is. The book is worth a read, but not life-changing stuff.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Kraus

    Not ground breaking but it does include many good ideas for changing ones life through changing habits. I enjoyed the goal setting / dream setting portions. If one does the activities in the book to describe your dreams and goals I think that's a major step toward achieving them. Simple ideas such as "think time" each day to plan things or problem solve are extremely common sense, but many of us get caught up doing meaningless things instead- checking emails, Facebook, etc and don't put in the " Not ground breaking but it does include many good ideas for changing ones life through changing habits. I enjoyed the goal setting / dream setting portions. If one does the activities in the book to describe your dreams and goals I think that's a major step toward achieving them. Simple ideas such as "think time" each day to plan things or problem solve are extremely common sense, but many of us get caught up doing meaningless things instead- checking emails, Facebook, etc and don't put in the "planning work" on our own lives. It's a quick read and well worth it in my opinion.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    It is so hard for me to rate this book accurately. On one hand it's rather primitive, almost to the point where it seems like it's written so that the average 5 year old can understand it. And moreover it is very short and doesn't go into much detail. On the other hand is more detail necessary? It gives some tools for developing new habits and does tell you what are some average successful people habits (surprise surprise they are exactly what you thought they are). I suppose it's worth a quick It is so hard for me to rate this book accurately. On one hand it's rather primitive, almost to the point where it seems like it's written so that the average 5 year old can understand it. And moreover it is very short and doesn't go into much detail. On the other hand is more detail necessary? It gives some tools for developing new habits and does tell you what are some average successful people habits (surprise surprise they are exactly what you thought they are). I suppose it's worth a quick read through.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Trish Ahjel Roberts

    I recommend this book to everyone! I have both the audio and paper versions. Great for information on the chemistry of habit change in the brain, motivation and goal-setting for success. I listen to this book over and over again on audio, and I've been working through the exercises in the paper version. I recommend this book to everyone! I have both the audio and paper versions. Great for information on the chemistry of habit change in the brain, motivation and goal-setting for success. I listen to this book over and over again on audio, and I've been working through the exercises in the paper version.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Pickett

    It is what is needed to be known. Throughout my life I didn't know what I didn't know and it has been a stumbling process ever since. This book gives you some great pointers on where to start. Keep Creating!! It is what is needed to be known. Throughout my life I didn't know what I didn't know and it has been a stumbling process ever since. This book gives you some great pointers on where to start. Keep Creating!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kristin A. Kirby

    I totally buy into this. I would recommend it for anyone looking to eliminate some bad habits or add some good ones. I think this is a good book to own and reference.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Fouad

    this was a very exciting book

  14. 5 out of 5

    Benjoe Markland

    If you are new to habits and want something simple this is for you. If this not a new topic this a rehash of many other great leaders and is just a cash grab by the author.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joe

    Easy valuable read Great easy read that helps jumpstart a pathway to change your habits helping you to make small habitual changes that payoff big in life.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Austin Troxell

    Very thought provoking

  17. 4 out of 5

    Paulo José

    The best book I've read about changing habits. The best book I've read about changing habits.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shreef

    I like it

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lee-Ellen Macon

    Some good nuggets, and I enjoyed.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Charlene Xiaolan

    A lot of borrowed ideas and many repetitions. Not too many new insights, but another good reminder of what most people probably have already known just never put to action.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Riccardo Rizzo

    It is basically a copy of Tony Robbins "Unlimited Power". The author made a short version of it, without adding anything significant. Waste of time. It is basically a copy of Tony Robbins "Unlimited Power". The author made a short version of it, without adding anything significant. Waste of time.

  22. 5 out of 5

    AlGermene

    good book to apply the rich habits in his book Rich habits

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ear Uy

    So bad, many repeated writing, not much original When I first saw some information about the book that it can eliminate the procrastination easily. I decided it's time for me, and this is the right book. But later on felt very disappointed, even though the book mention something about procrastination (a small part), most of the content is not about it. And the other disappointments from the book is that, many of the points presented in the point are reused again and again throughout the book. And So bad, many repeated writing, not much original When I first saw some information about the book that it can eliminate the procrastination easily. I decided it's time for me, and this is the right book. But later on felt very disappointed, even though the book mention something about procrastination (a small part), most of the content is not about it. And the other disappointments from the book is that, many of the points presented in the point are reused again and again throughout the book. And most of the points brought up are like a collection of self-development points from other books. Nothing much of original idea or point presented in the book. And about the hundred something research on the millionaires mentioned on the subtitle seems like not quite true, but more like a Google research from them and sum up some numbers in the book. Very disappointed, I never got much disappointment from a book as this one. Maybe because I expect the best out of it from the previous reviews of it. I never review a book this long, and it's the first book that disappoint me so much.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ozeal

    A must read for great habit building I enjoy reading books on productivity and habit building. As someone who has struggled as an entrepreneur due to bad habits, I'm always looking for ways to improve my daily habits. Frankly I was skeptical about buying this book but I'm so glad I did. It provides great examples from successful people who practice great habits and some insightful exercises for you do. Its inspiring , educational and interactive. This book is for anyone looking for a solid habit A must read for great habit building I enjoy reading books on productivity and habit building. As someone who has struggled as an entrepreneur due to bad habits, I'm always looking for ways to improve my daily habits. Frankly I was skeptical about buying this book but I'm so glad I did. It provides great examples from successful people who practice great habits and some insightful exercises for you do. Its inspiring , educational and interactive. This book is for anyone looking for a solid habit building blueprint! You won't regret buying this one! You'll learn so much and be inspired to make real changes in your life. Cheers

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth E Mayer

    Good advice to live by This book analyzed the habits of rich and poor people, and then the author summarized them. He lists the important habits and provides a plan to apply this knowledge. I normally don't read these type of books but I'm glad I read this one. It gives everyone a mirror to improve themselves. Plus, it is a quick read. Good advice to live by This book analyzed the habits of rich and poor people, and then the author summarized them. He lists the important habits and provides a plan to apply this knowledge. I normally don't read these type of books but I'm glad I read this one. It gives everyone a mirror to improve themselves. Plus, it is a quick read.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Åshild

    I found this too repetitive and honestly somewhat annoying. There was just something about how Otherwise sound advice was positioned and how people who do not succeeed in life was described that ticked me off....

  27. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

    I wasn't a fan of the repeated references to "self-made millionaires," one of whom was Donald Trump who we know is not at all a self-made millionaire. However, a few things can be gleaned from this. For instance, don't spend more than 5% of your annual income on vacation. I wasn't a fan of the repeated references to "self-made millionaires," one of whom was Donald Trump who we know is not at all a self-made millionaire. However, a few things can be gleaned from this. For instance, don't spend more than 5% of your annual income on vacation.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rodney Upshur

    Great book simply stated Easy read, to the point with clearly stated exercises . I have completed reading the book now I must do the work!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    Excellent. Very practical. A fast read that needs to be used as a guidebook to getting more out of life.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Evan

    Really easy to understand and quick read with great strategies for success. Corley packs in a lot of good ideas in just 120 pages. Really enjoyed this book.

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