Extreme success, by definition, lies beyond the realm of normal action. If you want to achieve extreme success, you can’t operate like everybody else and settle for mediocrity. You need to remove luck and chance from your business equation, and lock in massive success. The 10X Rule shows you how! Success is your duty, obligation and responsibility, and this audio book gives you step-by-step guidance on how to achieve phenomenal success for yourself!
With The 10X Rule , you’ll learn to establish the amount of effort needed to guarantee success and ensure that you can continue operating at this level throughout your life. Most people desire success and have great ideas but they come up short on the amount of action required to get their lives to the exceptional levels they deserve. Four degrees of action exist, and in order to achieve your dreams, you must learn to operate at the fourth degree of action: Massive Action. The 10X Rule will dissolve fear, increase your belief in yourself, eliminate procrastination, and provide you with an overwhelming sense of purpose. The 10X Rule compels you to separate yourself from everyone else in the market—and you do that by doing what others refuse to do. Stop thinking in terms of basic needs, and start aiming for abundance—in all areas of your life. The 10X Rule guides you toward the frame of mind that all successful people share. Aim ten times higher than you are right now—and if you come up short, you’ll still find yourself further along than if you had maintained your life’s current status quo. The 10X Rule teaches you how to:
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Classics, history, historical fiction, marketing, Napoleonic stuff and of course 'Boys own Adventure'. This is my bent. Occasional self help as well.
He is very motivational. He believes you have to not only take your level of participation to the next step, but ten steps higher. This can become a little over the top after a while.
More cross referencing to other situations, industries, life experiences.
Not a bad motivational book which you can't argue with, but take it on small dosages and you'll get more from it.
I'm only 1/2 way through but wanted to write a quick note to shed some light on the negative reviews.
This book is not necessarily a how to. At least not so far. What this book is, is a reminder that if you think you are working hard enough, you're not. If you believe you're thinking big enough, you're not. If you feel you have have reached your full potential, you haven't.
I am already finding the 10x mindset chipping away at my "normal" life and showing improvements.
I do recommend listening to this at 2x speed (if you can handle it). As some people have complained, there isn't a lot of new stuff here. But at 2x it's like having a personal instructor trying to motivate you.
This book isn't going tell you there is an easy way out. It IS going to tell you that it's your duty to be successful and to get your butt in gear. Being successful takes effort.
I'm really glad I didn't listen to the naysayers. Sometimes we don't need new strategies, we only need a jolt to wake up and take action.
Hope this helps someone.
The presentation was excellent and motivating but the material has been done just to many times.
Motivational - fast pace
This is entry level sales - so maybe that's were I'd start
Grant Cardone is an excellent presenter and he can probably sell anything he wanted
This book lacked substance! He continually rants and reminds me of the proverbial snake oil salesman. For example, one of his big breakthrough thoughts is that if you work harder you will accomplish more. Of course this is true, but it is not the basis for an entire book. Sorry I gave away the plot. He advises to just say yes to everything without forward thought. I find people who live this approach only add complexity to your lives and usually accomplish less. I find that successful people do exactly the opposite. Successful people eliminate complexity and distractions from their life and have extreme focus on their unique capabilities. Grant might be entertaining to some people, but many of his concepts are dangerous. I am sorry I wasted my time listening to this book.
Ten X is "In your face". It will motivate you --if you have the time and ambition to work the "rule". If not--- save it until you do.
I would give it 3.5 stars if I could. It is motivational...surprise, that's what he does. There is nothing revolutionary in this book. The premise is simple. Work hard...10x harder than everyone else around you and you will dominate them. The argument has it's flaws as he suggests doing nothing is just as much work as working 10x harder. That part didn't make sense to me. However the book got me excited and motivated to set better goals and work harder to reach those outrageous goals. I liked it but didn't love it. Also, his pronunciation of some words does get annoying. Impartent is not a word...
If you need a shot in the arm or a kick in the butt...listen to it. If you are looking for something new, skip it.
Grant has a no nonsense delivery. I listened to this on 2X speed and it sounded like Grant was super excited and motivated. It was easy to listen to and the steps he provides to help you increase your activity are easy to put into action. This book is a must read for anyone who wants to reach their goals faster. I listen to this book monthly now...incredible!!
The fact that Success is MY duty, MY obligation, and MY responsibility!!!
it is in my top five. I have listened to it a couple of times and will re-listen several more.
Stop thinking about it and do it!!!
This is a good motivational book. The intellectuals won't like it but if you just need to get out of the "sales funk" this is the book for you. I liked it.
When I was young my father took me to Baja California. There I tasted what a taco really was and I've never forgotten. Listening to the author read this book was like that.
The fast food taco was like all all those inspirational books that I had read before: no flavor and no spices. Grant Cardone put the inspiration back in inspirational thinking by giving me the tools and his experience; enough of his experience to know that I can do it too.
Alejandro Mario Palacio Polo
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