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How to enrich your life and destroy doubt in five seconds.
Throughout your life, you've had parents, coaches, teachers, friends, and mentors who have pushed you to be better than your excuses and bigger than your fears. What if the secret to having the confidence and courage to enrich your life and work is simply knowing how to push yourself?
Using the science of habits, riveting stories, and surprising facts from some of the most famous moments in history, art, and business, Mel Robbins will explain the power of a "push moment". Then, she'll give you one simple tool you can use to become your greatest self.
It takes just five seconds to use this tool, and every time you do you'll be in great company. More than eight million people have watched Mel's TEDx Talk, and executives inside of the world's largest brands are using the tool to increase productivity, collaboration, and engagement.
In The 5 Second Rule, you'll discover it takes just five seconds to:
The secret isn't knowing what to do - it's knowing how to make yourself do it.
After the first five minutes you don't need to continue. The rest is just examples to support this idea. I feel I wasted my credit this month
88 of 90 people found this review helpful
It's a great tool. 54321 GO! It really does hijack your brain momentarily and get you moving.
However, the book is FULL of fluff. Her reading feedback from her fans about how they've used the '5 second rule' to make changes, over and over and over and over and over again is not my idea of a 'book'. It's a 'Ra Ra' rally and a waste of my time. In the end I found it annoying. The tool however does work to defeat procrastination. You can probably find a blog post or a TEDx talk somewhere that will give you all you need.
461 of 483 people found this review helpful
They tell a bunch of stories of other people and the story is said over about 20 min per person and then says the one little instance they used the 5 second rule. It's a book with tons of filler and not much substance
107 of 113 people found this review helpful
it is a nice and useful rule, but I think the amount of chapters is too much for the same... it just keeps repeating the same over and over again
144 of 153 people found this review helpful
I just did the 54321 seconds rule, I'm writing a review...this alone is frightening for me. I think it's because deep down I always want to write, what I think and feel, but I never bother because I thought about it to much . It's simple and a small start will do, I just did. Thanks to Mel Robbins, I have re-connected within my self to force myself the "GO" push using her 54321. I recommend it to anyone, who desperately wants a change and a chance to find them self again. I totally love her tone of voice and stories she use to demonstrate her point across. The message is so clear, that I'm so glad I was listening. I hope you find my review useful, but most of all, that you find yourself doing the 54321, now Go!
306 of 332 people found this review helpful
So I have about 190 Audible books in my library and this is my first full review. While there are so many books telling you what we can do to achieve greatness, this book provides a tool that truly works. I first tried it to get up in the morning to workout, and I literally was able because of this simple yet powerful tool. I highly recommend this to anyone who overthinks things and ends up not taking action. Thank you Mel, I will be passing this along.
195 of 212 people found this review helpful
Good information repeated often so every one can understand. The important point is stated at the outset. A lot of everyday examples but I felt a little beaten up by the narrator at middle of the book. I think the content is important but more effective with a more subtle approach. If you feel the same way, stop for a couple of hours (or days) and return.
56 of 61 people found this review helpful
I am a stay at home mom, and for too long I have let that box determine what others thought of me and what I'm capable of, and I cared. But it was an excuse to not live up to my full potential, because I've never done anything else & I was scared to fail and confirm their beliefs. I have started a home based busines now, and I homeschool my kids, & I manage our real estate properties. We are on our way to the life of our dreams & I get to contribute in a big way. I am going to live everyday to its fullest and love with my whole heart leaving nothing important unsaid. Thanks Mel, the courage and capacity was within me the whole time, but something led me to your book, and now I have found myself, and am sure I can achieve anything.
85 of 94 people found this review helpful
I have read numerous books on success, they all say take action. This shows how
116 of 131 people found this review helpful
The concept is very simple and you will get it in probably the first 5 mins of your listening. The rest of the book is simply examples and examples. I went on to listen to the book every time expecting something different will come about using the 5 seconds rule and all I could listen to was examples.
103 of 118 people found this review helpful
What made the experience of listening to The 5 Second Rule the most enjoyable?
This is the best book I have ever purchased, and I have purchased hundreds.<br/>In my opinion, until you read, and "get" this simple concept, you'll spend a fortune seeking it.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Lots of them, and mostly ordinary people.
Have you listened to any of Mel Robbins’s other performances? How does this one compare?
Nope, Mel is completely new to me. Mores the pity.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It made me wish I'd found her way back.
Any additional comments?
My review is genuine, and for once I felt compelled to write one. It's a great book.
24 of 26 people found this review helpful
I'm putting this into practice immediately. I absolutely loved it. Great example and exercises to put into action
13 of 14 people found this review helpful
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Needed to move through the points more quickly and make this book MUCH shorter.
What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?
Very American in style
Any additional comments?
The concept is simple, count down from 5 and act. It is a good concept and its useful to know the science behind it, but dragged out far too long for my liking; 7 hours! No doubt others will like this book and enjoy the emotional aspect with the examples of people putting this into practice. But from the perspective of looking for new ideas for personal development there is far too much unnecessary content. It could have been an hour or less.I would recommend this book for the concept and nothing more.
45 of 51 people found this review helpful
Ok to listen to, narrated well. However there is only so many times you can listen to the same stories..."This person struggled...they counted 5,4,3,2,1 and changed their lives."
38 of 44 people found this review helpful
Firstly, I don't think this 5 second rule works always. It is trying to ingest discipline through that recital of 5 4 3 2 1 Go. But you actually need discipline to even do that consistently.
Secondly, while I agree that overthinking and procrastination does not help with actions, being impulsive and acting without deliberation within 5 seconds are not the answers. Frankly some of the examples in the book are just silly. In fact, the fact that I regret buying this audiobook is an example on why you should deliberate over some decisions.
Finally, the narration. Lord. I have never been grateful for the 2x speed option that allowed me to get through this faster. She sounded like my over-bearing aunt, who keeps repeating the same advice until I get out of her sight.
37 of 45 people found this review helpful
Listening to this audio felt like Mel was taking directly to me, in my living room. She's assertive, tells it like it is. She's knows what's in our thoughts; as she's been there. She gives you lots of live testimonies of this rule working. You will start to hear '5 seconds' going off in your head automatically when you're faced with temptation, like not wanting to get out of bed or wanting to eat something you know you shouldn't. I'm looking forward to getting the hardback copy of this book when it's released in the U.K. too. Anyone that 'wrestles' with making decisions or needs to change habits should get this book, today, via whatever means you can. I got the audiobook because the hardback was not being released until the end of March, and I couldn't wait. I'd been following Mel on Twitter and Facebook, so knew I had to get a copy. It deserved nothing less than 5 stars! Enjoy!!
17 of 21 people found this review helpful
I loved this book. The stories were fantastic and it has really helped me realise that I can do the things in life I want to do, 5,4,3,2,1.... Do it!! Xx
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I already have recommended this book to friends, even while I was half way through. 'Life-changing' is a fair description in my opinion - provided you put it into practice.
Any additional comments?
Outstanding book. I listened to it in one sitting, but I will listen to it again several times until this becomes my habitual way of dealing with procrastination. I noticed several spots in the book where a mistake was made in the reading, so Mel reread it, obviously with the intention of an editor editing out the mistake, however these were not edited out. If she paid someone to edit this, then she needs to get them to put this right. I would be horrified if I was to hand a voice-over file back to a client with these errors in. Mel, if you want someone to edit your future audio books, I would be more than happy to do it. You will find me on your email list.
19 of 24 people found this review helpful
I enjoyed this book immensely. I think the learning from it is simple and could be explained in a single paragraph, but the stories from people who have used the rule are truly inspiring. The author/narrator comes across so passionately right the way through and it feels like she is speaking directly to you, in an almost conversational way. On a personal note, I really like the teaching and I can't wait to start to use this rule in my every day life... in fact I just did in writing this review!!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I cried, I laughed, I answered questions out loud as Mel asked them. Amazing book highlighting the power in the simplicity of 'the five second rule'. Thank you Mel for writing this down for others to benefit.
Mel has a genuine and gentle reading voice. Her tone is easy to listen to piquing interest at points but not over doing it.
I feel a renewed sense of possibility for my life knowing that something great is only five seconds away from starting.
12 of 16 people found this review helpful
While the context of this book is quite good and I have found the actual 5 Second Rule to be somewhat helpful, the length of this recording is way too long.
The author has repeated the same stories over and over like some sort of affirmation or ritual. 1 hour would have repetitive.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
A great tool but seriously not a 20 chapter book. I listened for 11 chapters hoping it would shed some light then telling the same storyline 30 different ways.
14 of 15 people found this review helpful
Full of repetitive tail-chasing. Could serve as an affirmation tool, but as an actual piece of literature, it is a poor experience.
24 of 27 people found this review helpful
I've listened to many self help books over the years and i would have to say this is one of my favourites...no it's my favourite and i can see myself coming back to it for the rest of my life..
Thank you for this tool.i look forward to writing to Mel personally in 12 months time to share my story...
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
personally I couldn't listen to this book. had to stop at chapter 3 as she said the same thing over and over. 5 second rule will change your life like it did for Bob cos he can run a marathon now and is rich. do I care ?? I found the repetition so annoying and the fact she said nothing in the first fifteen minutes made me not waste my time any further. I'll be returning this one as it's not for me. don't even care what this magical rule is.
41 of 48 people found this review helpful
I couldn't get past the first few chapters. It sounds like a great big sales pitch and self-absorbed dross. It's so drawn out it feels like an infomercial. I just wanted her to get to the point.
23 of 27 people found this review helpful
this, I must say, as someone who consumes a lot of positive psychology material, is an amazing book.
Too often we hear the terms "hustle", "do the work" etc and that's all good and week, but if you are down and out, it's like your best friend telling you to snap out of it!
Mel shares a really simple method here to honor your greatness, do the stuff you need to do and sing the songs inside of you.
Mel, your sincerity makes this my favorite book, I will be recommending it wherever I go, 5 4 3 2 1 go.
10 of 12 people found this review helpful
Great narrator and read. Very well researched. Loved the real life examples. Enjoyed it immensely.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
this book helped me get my life back!! if youre feeling lost or need a push in the right direction is commend this 100%
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
This is an excellent book. In my coaching career i have seen many caught in the headlights an not sure what to do. The 5 Second Rule has provided a tool the can be used to move them forward.
If you want to empower yourself or others to step up, this is a tool that you will find very useful.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful