Learn the 10 Laws to Redefine and Live your Ideal Life!
Our beliefs, conditioning and habits shape our perspectives and actions. This book covers 10 laws or mind-hacks that can help you to break free of old mindsets and achieve exponential results. The author, Vishen Lakhiani, is the Founder and CEO of Mindvalley, a 200-person-strong company specializing in learning experience design and the digital education revolution.
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• Know the 4 levels of progressive awareness and transformation; and
• Learn the 10 Unconventional Laws to redefine the rules of your life, engineer your consciousness, bend reality and become extraordinary.
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Who should read this:
• People interested in personal development
• Those seeking personal change and success
Key words/concepts covered: 12 Areas of Balance, Awakening, Becoming extraordinary, Blissipline, Brules, Consciousness engineering, Happiness, Life Purpose, Transcending the Culturescape, Mind-hacks, MindValley, Models of reality, Beliefs, Habits, Personal Vision, Recoding yourself, Systems for living, Unfuckwithable, Personal Development, Self-Help, The Code of the Extraordinary Mind, Vishen Lakhiani
Actions from this book probably changed my life more than from any other. This book contains a new philosophy of living and entrepreneurship. It’s controversial in many places, but if you are open-minded, this is the perfect book to read. It’s a must-read if
* you look for happiness.
* you often experience stress or anxiety.
* you feel that some areas of your life are not well-balanced.
* your emotions change frequently because of external factors.
[Review from Goodreads]
Jacquie Underdown –
Perhaps I’ve reached the end of the road with self-help books because this felt recycled. The author didn’t provide anything new, and his parables were not especially interesting. Much of the time, I felt like the author was marketing his own business or justifying his own actions. I did on a few occasions get that sickly feeling in my gut, especially hearing regurgitated principles under the guise of an updated label, that this book was just another money-grab in the booming self-help industry. But for anyone who hasn’t read widely in this genre, you may get some value out of this.[Review from Goodreads]
If you’ve followed Vishen, he has already talked about most of the things in this book. Nonetheless, great to better understand why we’re doing what we’re doing. [Review from Goodreads]
Dan Pfeiffer –
Not really a self-help book, or maybe a self-help book for people who don’t like self-help books? I found it to be more of a helpful manifesto for discarding the BS and cracking on with a life valuable to oneself and others. [Review from Goodreads]