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What's the secret to "extraordinary?" Being stuck in mediocrity sucks. It's easy to identify the symptoms of this disease in your life: are you chronically bored? Do you wake up knowing today is going to suck? Are you constantly fighting off feelings of emptiness, exhaustion, and knowing you're wasting your life? Well, eff that! Every moment of every day, you can choose to b What's the secret to "extraordinary?" Being stuck in mediocrity sucks. It's easy to identify the symptoms of this disease in your life: are you chronically bored? Do you wake up knowing today is going to suck? Are you constantly fighting off feelings of emptiness, exhaustion, and knowing you're wasting your life? Well, eff that! Every moment of every day, you can choose to be extraordinary. You can choose to become someone you're incredibly proud to be, who accomplishes amazing goals and achieves greatness. What Extraordinary People Know guides you through how to be free of the mediocrity trap: starting with the inspiration, tools, and kick in the ass you need to get your life going in high gear-from behavioral change and personal growth expert Anthony Moore. As someone who took his own life from ordinary to extraordinary, Moore has created a three-step path to breaking free of Mediocrity and becoming the hero of your own life. Are you ready to win?


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What's the secret to "extraordinary?" Being stuck in mediocrity sucks. It's easy to identify the symptoms of this disease in your life: are you chronically bored? Do you wake up knowing today is going to suck? Are you constantly fighting off feelings of emptiness, exhaustion, and knowing you're wasting your life? Well, eff that! Every moment of every day, you can choose to b What's the secret to "extraordinary?" Being stuck in mediocrity sucks. It's easy to identify the symptoms of this disease in your life: are you chronically bored? Do you wake up knowing today is going to suck? Are you constantly fighting off feelings of emptiness, exhaustion, and knowing you're wasting your life? Well, eff that! Every moment of every day, you can choose to be extraordinary. You can choose to become someone you're incredibly proud to be, who accomplishes amazing goals and achieves greatness. What Extraordinary People Know guides you through how to be free of the mediocrity trap: starting with the inspiration, tools, and kick in the ass you need to get your life going in high gear-from behavioral change and personal growth expert Anthony Moore. As someone who took his own life from ordinary to extraordinary, Moore has created a three-step path to breaking free of Mediocrity and becoming the hero of your own life. Are you ready to win?

30 review for What Extraordinary People Know: How to Cut the Busy B.S. and Live Your Kick-Ass Life

  1. 5 out of 5

    Avishay Kadouri

    It’s an extraordinary book! Very short book but it was very insightful for me. The author explain what successful people do and know about life, their “rules” and principles. The author share with us his own story to success and what it took to get there. I liked to read about Anthony’s insights.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    I was looking forward to this book when it came in. I just like books that give me new ideas and push me a little firther. There was way more "us" vs "them" mentality that I couldn't get past. It's a very one sided one opinion book about what this one guy thinks produces success. He sells it like you buying/reading the book makes you different from this imaginary large number of people who are living a mediocre life. Too much comparison on other people. Twyla Tharp's book, The Creative Habit is I was looking forward to this book when it came in. I just like books that give me new ideas and push me a little firther. There was way more "us" vs "them" mentality that I couldn't get past. It's a very one sided one opinion book about what this one guy thinks produces success. He sells it like you buying/reading the book makes you different from this imaginary large number of people who are living a mediocre life. Too much comparison on other people. Twyla Tharp's book, The Creative Habit is much more my thing or the 7 habits of highly effective people. Those books focus on routine, your goals, and how to grow as a person. Not how to be "better" than everyone else.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    Anthony’s writing style is engaging, reader-friendly, and authentic. Not a lot of men would be brave enough to confess their addiction to porn, but Anthony shared his story with humility and honesty. In his book, he shows strategies how to live an extraordinary life. He has broken the cycle of his struggles, and his ideas are persuasive enough to show us how it’s done. What I learned from his book is that “the world sets us up for mediocrity”. That’s a mind-blowing fact, and he listed why it is so Anthony’s writing style is engaging, reader-friendly, and authentic. Not a lot of men would be brave enough to confess their addiction to porn, but Anthony shared his story with humility and honesty. In his book, he shows strategies how to live an extraordinary life. He has broken the cycle of his struggles, and his ideas are persuasive enough to show us how it’s done. What I learned from his book is that “the world sets us up for mediocrity”. That’s a mind-blowing fact, and he listed why it is so. But the great news is, we can develop advanced thinking to live an extraordinary life. This is the book people need to read to break away from the “Mediocrity Trap”. He had me put his “Designing systems instead of focusing on goals” into practice immediately. I also love that he gives us the permission to be a rebel to the “bearable, good enough” life we live now. No more excuses. We need to take actions! This book is for those who seek change and personal improvement. If you want to break free from a mediocre substandard life and take hold on the promise of the extraordinary life, this book is the bridge that can bring you there.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Simple

    #Takeaway_Notes : - Fear of pain will freeze you as the current mediocre version of yourself. - Busyness is often a sign of weakness. - When you’re too busy, it means you haven’t set up boundaries to focus on the important things. - Change your environment or it’ll change you. - If you want to change something, you need to change your environment first. - Don’t focus on goals. Set systems instead. - Choose to reinvest your free time into expanding your future, not spending it in ways you can never get #Takeaway_Notes : - Fear of pain will freeze you as the current mediocre version of yourself. - Busyness is often a sign of weakness. - When you’re too busy, it means you haven’t set up boundaries to focus on the important things. - Change your environment or it’ll change you. - If you want to change something, you need to change your environment first. - Don’t focus on goals. Set systems instead. - Choose to reinvest your free time into expanding your future, not spending it in ways you can never get back. - If you want to succeed, you need to upgrade. - Until you’re consistent, you’ll never get what you want. - Those who achieve a lot read a lot. # Quotes : “ For many people, the power of their excuse is more powerful than their dreams” Robert Kiyosaki “ Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. Mark Twain

  5. 5 out of 5

    Luv

    This short and concise book from Anthony Moore will give you that quick boost of motivation that you have been looking for quite sometime. The wisdom printed inside the book is surely helpful and the collection of quotes by the author is impressive. I liked the book for its insights and more so for its length. You can finish it within an hour. A must read !

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Johnson

    This book took a bit longer than an hour to read, but mostly that’s because I wanted to sit with it for a little bit longer. I read it over 3 or 4 sessions and thoroughly enjoyed the ideas presented. Moore’s style is easy to read and is woven with humor and light. I gave my copy to my oldest son (25) and hope he loves it and is ready to discuss in a few days. Hopeful and inspirational!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dayana Sabatin

    I LOVED this book! It was so simple and easy to read but had SUCH incredible value in it. I also read it in 1 sitting! I was so inspired and couldn’t put it down. I have two pages of notes from the book, great points, incredible quotes and more. Anthony really broke success down into something that essentially any person can achieve with enough perseverance and effort. Highly recommend.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lavender Menakaya

    I really enjoyed this book. Anthony is straight to the point and used plenty of good examples. It makes any person question themselves in how they are choosing to better themselves. The pictures are very nice and the book is a quality read. Thanks Anthony!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Todd

    Game changer. This is a quick, fast yet substantial debut from my friend Anthony Moore. An inspiration to kick ass in all areas of life.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    While I don't think there's anything wrong with people who want to be average, I'm sure others might be inspired by this book. I think I was just the wrong audience for this one. While I don't think there's anything wrong with people who want to be average, I'm sure others might be inspired by this book. I think I was just the wrong audience for this one.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ivuoma

  12. 5 out of 5

    Luvanna Niikko

  13. 4 out of 5

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  14. 4 out of 5

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  15. 4 out of 5

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  16. 5 out of 5

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  17. 4 out of 5

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  18. 5 out of 5

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  19. 5 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

    Xavier Glynn

  21. 4 out of 5

    Christyan Duarte

  22. 5 out of 5

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  23. 4 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

    Kimi Moore

  26. 5 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

    Rimaz Rauf

  30. 5 out of 5

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