The Code of the Extraordinary Mind

THE CODE OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MIND: 10 Unconventional Laws to Redefine Your Life and Succeed On Your Own Terms

By Vishen Lakhiani

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.

In this summary, you’ll learn:
• The 4 levels of progressive awareness and transformation; and
• The 10 Unconventional Laws to redefine the rules of your life, engineer your consciousness, bend reality and become extraordinary.

Who should read this:
• Coaches, trainers, and people-development professionals
• Anyone who’s interested in personal development, personal change and success.

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4 reviews for The Code of the Extraordinary Mind

  1. Greg

    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]

  2. 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]

  3. Toma

    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]

  4. 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]

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