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The Motivation Hacker review ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È “Moderation in all things” they say That may keep a society together but it’s not the protagonist’s job The Motivation Hacker shows you how to summon extreme amounts of motivation to accomplish anything you can think of From precommitment to rejection therapy thiYdiving helping to start the Human Hacker House learning to throw knives dropping my 5K time by five minutes and learning to lucid dream I planned to do all this while sleeping eight hours a night sending 1000 emails hanging out with a hundred people going on ten dates buying groceries cooking cleaning and trying to raise my average happiness from 63 to 73 out of 10How By hacking my motivati. With presumption that its a honest try of the naive writer and i picked this book for its content rather than a literary work of it so i wont put this book under that radarThis book was mostly a consolidation of a blog post the way it's written and content presented to us were pretty much straight forward Few things had too much details ex at the end he explained about all the things he achieved with way too much details which kind of bored me To be Honest i didn't pick this book to find some extraordinary hacking mechanism I have plenty of my own but it was pretty fascinating when i found about this book and how he was managed to do all in such a short time which probably people take years to complete It was pure and honest curiosity Well i must say i did find some things i won't say NEW Things as i kind of knew it but rather ignored or took for granted Ideas on how to measure the progress Success spiral and Task samurai Choosing the goal Knowing what to learn and uantify itsomething i realized that unless we uantify our progress we can't actually make any progress and miss on the success spiral which could help us improve its like having a difference between these 2 goals I am going to improve my vocabulary and I am going to learn 5 new words and use it every single day Now you know what i am talking about

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“Moderation in all things” they say That may keep a society together but it’s not the protagonist’s job The Motivation Hacker shows you how to summon extreme amounts of motivation to accomplish anything you can think of From precommitment to rejection therapy this is your field guide to getting yourself to want to do everything you always wanted to want to doI wrote this book in thre. Read largely like a blog post a couple of useful ideas but it was certainly too little and too narrow to call it a 'book' The material was largely self congratulatory and self promoting with no handling of potential difficulties and research on things that may work differently for other people

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The Motivation HackerE months while simultaneously attempting seventeen other missions including running a startup launching a hit iPhone app learning to write 3000 new Chinese words training to attempt a four hour marathon from scratch learning to skateboard helping build a successful cognitive testing website being best man at two weddings increasing my bench press by sixty pounds reading twenty books going sk. I read this book after watching Thomas Frank's video on the books that changed his life There are definitely some good tips to 'hack' your motivation and do the things that you want but I guess I just expected this book to read like a book and not like an overly extended article Basically this is a book on how the author hacked his own motivation and accomplished success in his professional personal and creative life And while he was accomplishing these feats he wrote about the process of how he succeeded Something that I really liked while reading the book is how he talks about achieving your goals and ambitions even when you have a lot of them I could relate in many ways and I felt comforted in knowing that I'm not the only one struggling to make sense of my life while trying to do a lot of things at once