What if there was a proven path to success? A path supported by science and research? A path that led to your goals and aspirations in less time, with less risk? Would you take it?
Truthful and hard hitting, Life in Half a Second is the first "fact-based" formula for achieving success in life and business. Proven through thousands of studies and decades of research, it presents the five doors you must walk through to achieve success in your career, business, or personal life.
Gimmicks, mind tricks, fairy tales, and wishful thinking not included. Just facts.
"Life in Half a Second is a powerful book in every way. Read the first chapter to see what I mean." (
Andrew Griffiths, International bestselling author)
"The smallest of human beings can achieve the greatest of deeds – Life in Half a Second provides interesting ideas on how it's done." ( Lech Walesa, President of Poland and Nobel Peace Prize winner)
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Boring and Repetative
The info was OK but delivered badly with nothing new and hardly 'scientific' as claimed. The methodology seems highly directed at being financially rich as a sign of success, which is clearly the desire of the author at the least (no doubt by selling this book).
No, I didn't find him in any way inspiring and in fact his voice was damned annoying
Nothing. It was horrible and I wanted to turn it off... He may be authentic but he does not have the charisma to make you (or me at least) want to listen and in fact at points I found myself reaching to turn him off.
NO. Because it could have all been written on the back of an envelope as 5 bullet points with a little explanation
Yes. Go look elsewhere to find the tools you need to succeed. Anthony Robbins springs to mind.
Repeat of old ideas
No. It was very badly narrated and the ideas were essentially a rehash of other books.
Disappointing as there was nothing new and painful to listen to as his tone and style of narrating is poor
Good question. Anthony Robbins. Stephen Fry.
Definitely not. It's a very weak story that's lacking in substance
I wouldn't recommend it. This book shows that anyone who can does publish books and there is no quality control. I would suggest reading or listening to Anthony Robbins and Napoleon Hill