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Gorilla Mindset Paperback – June 28, 2015
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Top Customer Reviews
Worst year ever, right? Wrong.
The first few months were tough, but then Scott Adams blog pointed me towards Gorilla Mindset. Since reading this book, I have started lifting five times a week, quit nicotine, improved my relationship with my wife and son, and gotten promoted. I read Scott Adam’s book, “How to fail…” years ago, and I thought it was and is fantastic, so I was already primed to accept Mike’s view of the world. Mike provides specific guidance about how to improve your daily life.
I have let three people borrow this book and all three have gone on to buy their own copy. I cannot recommend this book enough. Do it.
Mike's tone and cadence is like that of a concerned friend. You can hear his concern and you can relate to his own struggle with many of the problems you are likely facing that he either mastered through the techniques he presents or is working through currently. This is not some pie-in-sky nonsense. It's an applicable workbook built for people who are tired of being mediocre, tired of being beholden to undeserving people above and around them or simply looking to make an already good life substantially better and more focused.
So after the first listen, which clocks in around 4 hours, I had decided very resolutely to integrate a variety of habits/techniques Mike suggests in the book:
1. Contrast showers/Cold showers
2. State control - Focusing on changing your state - Empowered, resourceful, and invincible.
3. Supplementation - Almost everything he recommends
4. Dropping processed nonsense from my diet
5. Juicing/Smoothies - Joe Rogan Kale shake specifically
While I was focusing on those things I was also listening to his podcast Danger and Play since then.
Then I listened a second time.
After the second time I was hell bent. I'm now working on a modified 30-day challenge that one of Mike's friends, Victor Pride, advocates on his site.
No refined carbs, or processed nonsense.
Methodical to-do lists daily
5am Wake up
Answer yes or no questions with yes or no.
I am sixteen days into the challenge and experiencing great success.
I listen to Mike's podcast daily now and am in the process of beginning my own blog and podcast.
I'm leaving this review because like Mike says, "Until you write down the idea and create something it's nothing."
PS: The picture is having lost 7.5lbs since having started the challenge.