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Workbook: 5 Second Rule - Putting the Rule into Practice: Based on the Book by Mel Robbins (Life Design Journal Series) (Volume 11) Paperback – June 20, 2017
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I will be very angry if I was Mel Robbins seeing how this fraud against her followers is using her name to make money with any moral prejudices.
This journal was a great tool to help me remember to use the 5 Second Rule every day. I like that there are really 3 journals in one. One journal is focused on fitness, one on productivity and one on worrying. You can do the 30 day challenges in any order.
I found the book gave a good overview of the rule but the focus was more on me taking action instead of passively reading about another person’s experiences.
I recommend this to anyone who likes the 5 second rule concept but forgets to actually use it.
I found it helpful to know that I had to journal about how I used the rule each night. It was just the reminder I needed to stick with my plans.
I have no complaints about this journal/workbook.
I listened to Mel Robbins Five second Rule on audible and thought this workbook would be a guide for going forward with her process.
I was wrong. This should not be called a workbook. Just buy yourself a spiral notebook and follow the instructions Mel gives you in her book.