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The Compound Effect Paperback – October 2, 2012
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“Darren Hardy has written a new ‘bible’ for the self-improvement space. If you are looking for the ‘real deal,’ a real program, with real tools that can change your life and make your dreams a reality, The Compound Effect is it!”
—David Bach, financial expert and bestselling author of The Automatic Millionaire
“Simple, direct, and to the point—these are the principles that have guided my life and every top business leader I know. This book will show you the way to your own greater success, happiness, and fulfillment.”
—Donny Deutsch, TV host and chairman of Deutsch, Inc.
“Einstein said, ‘Compounding is the eighth wonder of the world.’ To compound your successes, read, apprehend, comprehend, and fully use my friend Darren Hardy’s brilliance to realize all your dreams, hopes, and desires.”
—Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator of the #1 New York Times bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul
“A treasure chest of ideas for achieving greater success than you ever thought possible!”
—Brian Tracy, speaker and author of Maximum Achievement
About the Author
Darren Hardy is the visionary force behind SUCCESS magazine as its Publisher and Founding Editor. As a business leader in the success industry for two decades, Darren has had unique and unfettered access to the most successful people on the planet, including Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Warren Buffet, Donald Trump, Howard Schultz, Charles Schwab, Jeff Bezos and many more. He has uncovered the secrets to their success and now reveals them to over 2 million people each month through the pages of SUCCESS, his blog, Twitter, Facebook, and before live audiences of entrepreneurs across the country. Darren distills the best of the best information and strategies available, mixing in his own street-tested principles of success.
Darren also mentors many of today's high-performing CEOs, advises many large corporations and sits on the board of several companies and non-profit organizations.
Darren is also a highly sought after keynote speaker and media contributor. Darren lives in San Diego, California with his wife Georgia and his two canine children LucyLu and Tex.
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"People need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed."
This book if full of stuff you already know, but you likely aren't doing. You don't read The Compound Effect to learn something new. You read over and over again to be reminded of what you should be doing and how to obtain any goal you can dream or set.
I highly recommend reading The Compound Effect. I still listen to the audio book version at least twice a year. I know all the stories and tips, but I need to be reminded more than instructed.
I will also add that I give a copy of The Compound Effect to all of my employees when they start with the company.
In a nutshell, the lessons are about the power of habit and how one "little" thing changes your whole life and future after a while. This isn't one of those books written in a "beat you up and shame you" kind of way though. Very encouraging and helpful all around. There are also free printable resources for purchasers.
Basically his message is: develop good habits, limit the bad habits, and over time you will reap the rewards.
That's it. He brings up his magazine far too many times. It reads like an advertisement.
Another thing that irked me was the little paragraph about his success. He was making six figures by 18, had a home in an affluent neighborhood by 20, and making millions by 24. He spouts the virtue of being patience and reaping the rewards over span of 10, 20, or 30 years but somehow he was miraculously making a salary at 18 which I can't even make at 31. Call me a skeptic but I don't think waking up 15 minutes early, replacing 1 hour a day of TV with reading, and eating healthy will make me a millionaire.
Tony Rogers Jr
Author of Visionary:Making a difference in a world that needs YOU
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thing begets another and another etc. Thanks Darren.