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The Compound Effect Book Summary

4.25 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
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Tired of marketing messages and ads trying to sell you secret formulas and shortcuts to overnight success? Then this book is for you. Learn how the Compound Effect really works, and how you can harness it for truly exponential success. See more details below. Buy the Graphic, Text, and/ or Audio summaries now!
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Learn how you can harness the power of the Compound Effect for exponential success! 

We’re constantly surrounded by media and marketing messages that tell us we can buy secret formulas and shortcuts to overnight success. This book debunks those myths, and focuses on a simple but profound truth – Success comes from the small things that we do consistently, everyday, compounded over time. Hardy breaks down how the Compound Effect works, and how you can develop an action plan to harness it for truly exponential success.


Here are some of the key takeaways you can expect from the book:

• Find out how boring, seemingly-inconsequential daily disciplines can compound over time to yield massive results;

• Understand how The Compound Effect really works, and how to make it work for you; and

• Learn strategies to create the right habits and momentum to accelerate your path to exponential success.


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4 reviews for The Compound Effect Book Summary

  1. 4 out of 5


    Going to be honest, I’m pretty sure this book was written for me.
    The Compound Effect is a motivational book about what he calls – wait for it – the Compound Effect. The concept is basically to say that smaller steps over a long period of time will have a greater, more beneficial and successful effect on your life than bigger steps in a shorter period of time (that most people will not stick to). I am the type of person that gets revved up to make a change, is all-in for about a month (tops), and then I “don’t have enough time,” or “I’m too tired,” excuse, excuse, excuse.
    This book gave me such a different way to view behavior modification as well as changing life-long bad habits (of which I certainly have my fair share). Reading it just before the start of the New Year gave me a lot to think about and I have put several of his suggested methods into effect already.
    I would highly recommend this book to basically everyone. Whether you’re looking to change a behavior, a habit, build a business or even think that things may just be fine as they are, it’s a great (very quick!) read that will really have you reevaluating the way you look at your life and considering even the smallest changes that may end up making all the difference in the long run. [Review from Goodreads]

  2. 5 out of 5


    I love how the simplest ideas can have such a profound effect. This book is full of simple tips, but the implications of them are profound. I hope after reading this book I will be more mindful of what I am “compounding” in my life. [Review from Goodreads]

  3. 5 out of 5


    I am not a great believer in get rich quick schemes, lose weight in 7 days, love at first sight, etc and so does this book.
    This book is very different from the nonsense that media fills your mind everyday.
    The best thing about the book is that it teaches you to work hard. There is no such thing as an overnight success. You have to work hard considerably everyday to make the compound effect work in favour of you. [Review from Goodreads]

  4. 3 out of 5


    There were parts of this book I liked, but other parts that I found to be complete B.S. It’s meant to be motivational and on some levels it is but certain things the author suggests, I just don’t believe to be feasible or realistic, at least of for me. For instance, he suggests not reading newspapers or watching the news but instead only having RSS feeds set up to filter any news relevant to your personal or professional goals. I think this would lead to a very narrow minded view of the world. However, the authors suggestions on how to kick bad habits and build momentum to create good habits were great [Review from Goodreads]

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