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The 5 Second Rule – Summarized for Busy People: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence With Everyday Courage

This book summary and analysis is created for individuals who want to extract the essential contents
and are too busy to go through the full version. This book is not intended to replace the original book. Instead, we highly encourage you to buy the full

Your comfort zone is the safest place you've found that kept
you from experiencing any harm--but it's also the place that keeps you from
achieving much more than you could have imagined. Everyone in your life from
your parents, to your teachers, mentors, coaches and friends, have pushed you to see and become the best version of yourself. In truth, becoming the best
version of yourself is the result of having the courage and confidence to push

With multitudes of stories from famous people in history and everyday people and with the science and psychology of habits, Mel Robbins will
show the power of pushing yourself into action within five seconds which can catapult you into becoming your own best version.

Mel's TEDx Talk has been watched by more than 8 million
people worldwide and this tool has been used by the largest companies to increase productivity, engagement, and collaboration. All it takes is five
seconds to use this tool and can let you reach new heights in your life.

The 5 Second Rule will show you how to apply this tool in various ways, such as:

Breaking procrastination

Overcoming fear and hesitation

Ending worry and anxiety

Speaking up with courage

Being more grateful

Becoming more confident

This rule is a simple and versatile solution for the
problems that everyone faces and the problem that, ultimately, we all
avoid--holding ourselves back.

You already know what to do, you just have to make yourself
do it.

no more, take action and get this book now!
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    Parkinson’s Law, a person has the tendency to work to expand the time given to do it
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    There is a research by Dr. Gail Matthews which states that by writing your goals you are more likely to achieve them by 42
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    When you sleep, there are cycles of 90 – 11 minutes; but two hours before waking up, the cycles would end giving your body the leeway in preparation for waking up. The moment you sleep again, your body will once again go through the cycles with the same amount of time

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