- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 4 hours and 57 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Hal Elrod
- Audible.com Release Date: May 1, 2013
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CLMX0D4
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
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The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life - Before 8AM Audiobook – Unabridged
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Why the high rating from me? I am now exercising 6 days per week and enjoying it. To exercise has been on my goals list for five years and I just couldn't get back to it until I read Miracle Morning. I am also reading every morning and I learned a new technique for me that I include too.
Some of the other things I was already doing, but the read provided reinforcement and encouragement to keep doing them.
If you are into self improvement, life-long learning and actionable implementation steps, then get this book.
I adore this book and the ideas it has gotten me to incorporate in my life. A few weeks ago I was exhausted in tears thinking I didn't have "me time". What time alone I had at the end of the day I just wasted watching tv.
Now, I'm centered and rich with me time thanks to TMM. My mornings are completely changed now for my kids too; it's much calmer!! And nothing they do has changed; it's just me that has changed. I thought they caused the chaos, but maybe it was more fixable than I thought??!!
I would have NEVER thought I was a morning person, but I guess maybe I am!!??? Who knew!!??
Why the two star rating then? Let me tell you.
I was excited to read this book. More than excited really. I've been searching for tools that will help me become a more well-rounded, productive person, and this seemed like a great read. (Especially after reading the glowing reviews.) What I didn't expect, was to be bombarded by a book that is literally maybe 1/4 useful information and 3/4 infomercial. "Do you know how the Miracle Morning is going to change your life?" "Thousands of people have reached their potential after utilizing The Miracle Morning." "Like the Miracle Morning? May I suggest forwarding it to you friends, family, a stranger on the street?" What a huge disappointment.
The "meat" of this book could've easily been summarized in 30-40 pages. How long is it you ask? 295 pages. There was so much fluff and shameless self-promotion that had the book not been downloaded on my iPad I would've thrown the physical copy away after ripping out the pages that were actually useful.
There are lots of great ideas in this book, however, I will not be purchasing ANY of Hal's books in the future unless they're just that. A book filled with useful information, minus all of the extra added fluff.
Want me to reveal the author's secret how to have a "miracle morning" and become a new better you that you always wanted to be?
Get up earlier.
Want me to get into the details on how to get up earlier even if you're "not a morning person" and feel like you want crawl back to bed upon waking up?
Put the alarm clock far from bed. Drink a glass of water upon waking up. Brush up your teeth and wash your face immediately.
Here. The author's deep research and miracle technique that will change your life.
Now if you're wondering why the book is almost 200 pages long- most of the book is author talking about himself, success stories( of course), and constantly being referred to the author's webpage to check or download something or join the community.
Then to make this substance-lacking book as long as possible author constantly repeats himself and fills the pages with poorly chosen quotes that are supposed to inspire you.
If that didn't make you cringe yet- the guy also mentions the great book "The Secret" and makes visualization boards.
Supposedly it took him 6 years to write that book.... Seriously? Wouldn't 6 years be enough to at least do some research to actually fill the book with some valuable information?
I've read some self-help books that weren't helpful but it's the first time ever I feel ripped off by buying a book.