The Compound Effect: Jumpstart Your Income, Your Life, Your Success

The Compound Effect Jumpstart Your Income Your Life Your Success No gimmicks No Hyperbole No Magic Bullet The Compound Effect is based on the principle that decisions shape your destiny Little everyday decisions will either take you to the life you desire or to di

  • Title: The Compound Effect: Jumpstart Your Income, Your Life, Your Success
  • Author: Darren Hardy
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  • Page: 219
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  • No gimmicks No Hyperbole No Magic Bullet The Compound Effect is based on the principle that decisions shape your destiny Little, everyday decisions will either take you to the life you desire or to disaster by default Darren Hardy, publisher of Success Magazine, presents The Compound Effect, a distillation of the fundamental principles that have guided the most phenomNo gimmicks No Hyperbole No Magic Bullet The Compound Effect is based on the principle that decisions shape your destiny Little, everyday decisions will either take you to the life you desire or to disaster by default Darren Hardy, publisher of Success Magazine, presents The Compound Effect, a distillation of the fundamental principles that have guided the most phenomenal achievements in business, relationships, and beyond This easy to use, step by step operating system allows you to multiply your success, chart your progress, and achieve any desire If you re serious about living an extraordinary life, use the power of The Compound Effect to create the success you want.

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    About “Darren Hardy”

    1. Darren Hardy

      Darren Hardy is today s preeminent Success Mentor having been a central business leader in the personal growth and success industry now for than 20 years He has led three success television networks producing over 1,000 TV shows featuring most every influential thought leader of our times And for eight years Darren led the rebirth of SUCCESS Magazine as its publisher and founding editor These positions have given Darren unprecedented access to interview, investigate and publish the stories of the most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders in the world, including Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Howard Schultz, Steve Wynn, Jack Welch and many Through this special access Darren has been able to uncover the strategies and methods that have powered the most successful people in the world, mixing in lessons and discoveries from his successful entrepreneurial journey and he now distills these coveted insights to mentor and empower millions of achievers globally.Darren is also a highly sought after keynote speaker, media contributor and the New York Times bestselling author of The Compound Effect and Living Your Best Year Ever and his The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster Why Now is the Time to JoinTheRideDarren s mission is to Positively Influence Influencers and to be a guide for those who choose to Be The Exception.

    365 thoughts on “The Compound Effect: Jumpstart Your Income, Your Life, Your Success”

    1. 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.According to the Author, the Compound Effect is always at work. You can make it work [...]


    2. اگر بخوام صادق باشم باید بگم به نسبت تعریف هایی که ازش شنیدم خوب نبود. اونقدری که باید،انگیزه در من ایجاد نمیکنه برای رسیدن به اهدافم، هرچند شاید این توقع بیجایی از یه کتاب باشه اما به نظرم مهم‌بود که حداقل ذره ای در خواننده شور و اشتیاق ایجاد بکنه برای جنگیدن و رسیدن. البته شر [...]


    3. 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 [...]


    4. به نظرم خواندن کتاب های کاغذی در اتوبوس ها، در هنگام سفر های طولانی دشواری های سفر را تبدیل به راحتی و "حس خوب " میکند.در دسته بندی کتابهایم ، به این کتاب برچسب کتابهای موفقیتی میزنم .اکثر کتابهای سری موفقیت، با مضامینی تکراری، اما با بیان متفاوت هستند . بدون اینکه چیزی کم یا زیا [...]


    5. EDIT:Given the one star for "complete bullshit level" that I mention in the review, and some good input in the comments (thanks Mick and Sasha), I'm bumping this one up to two stars. It did have a few things (mentioned in the review) that set it apart from other books that truly deserve one star, so in retrospect I was a bit harsh when I rated this one the first time. Beyond that, my review stands._ _ _ _ _ What to sayNot sure where I got this one from, to be honest. Had it lying around, and dec [...]


    6. Im not mostly intrested of these types of books but this one is a MUST, thanks to my friend that push me to read this. There are lots of things we are doing unintentionally and made lots of problem, we are hanging out with the ppl they dont worth spending time for [in this book called them three minutes ppl], we dont know the exact way of saving money, we are not aware how our thoughs can control us Reading this book will lead you to do what you have to.••• The note below taken from book:I [...]


    7. خب نوبت ریویو نوشتن واسه یکی از کتابهایی که تو سال گذشته حسابی سر و صدا کرده و خیلی ها طرفدارش شدن و یکی از دوستام به من معرفی کرد رسیدهچون نسخه الکترونیک کتاب رو خوندم خوندش واسم خیلی زمان برد کتاب منو برد به زمانی که سنم کمتر بود وقتی مدرسه میرفتم که کتابهایی این چنینی بهم کلی [...]


    8. Reading these has become my equivalent of self-flagellation.It's been a really weird year. The careful schedule I thought I was creating for myself in 2016 got interrupted with . . . shitty life stuff. I took refuge in reading books on productivity and writing because I have never felt more unproductive and unanchored. I can see the glow of dawn, now. Three more months and I should be able to be settled. And the gods know, I can do so much more with my time than read a book like The Compound Eff [...]


    9. Darren Hardy provided to me some great insight in that we are what we have chosen to be. When you find yourself in that rut of life, all you have to do is go back and review those choices you made that brought you to this point.When I first tried to read this book, I felt overwhelmed about the information that he was providing as I was clearly in a rut. As I tried to initially read this book several months ago, I realized that it was not going to be easy to climb out of that rut and I gave up. I [...]


    10. 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. H [...]


    11. I had this exponential growth and 'the power of little things' perspective on life ever since I remember myself, but I was quite confused and had a biased idea about the consistency thing and this book helped me understand my problem. This book is a solid exemplification and demonstration of how it works. It organizes your thoughts and orients your intuition to build a better strategy and track yourself. It mostly supports 'positive knowing' rather than spreading some poorly founded 'positive th [...]


    12. I can totally get behind the concept of using the power of compounding to create valuable changes in your life, especially with regard to tracking – spending, habits, changes. You have to know what you’re doing to know what you want to change, and you have to know the effects of the changes you’re making in order to see a difference.But in general, this book sort of left me bored – the examples aren’t specific enough and are too simple for anyone who’s ever read any kind of self-help [...]


    13. The Compund Effect!Remember that old story about the rabbit and the turtle?Then, it's the same motto to learn throughout the chapters of this book. In a simple illustration, this can be summarized as follows:In short. The right book at the right time! An exciting book for an exciting boost. What made it more motivating and boosting is that I listened to it as an audio book by the author himself! Well, not to mention that was while I was jogging and doing some household work. Anyway that doesn't [...]


    14. Excellent book. This is not a motivational book, it's an actional book. I have really noticed major gains in my time and in my steps towards achieving my goals since I allowed myself to listen to Darren Hardy on YouTube and to think I almost turned it off!This book also helped me clearly define my goals and why I want to achieve themDarren Hardy is a great mentor. Get this book if you are serious about growing and becoming better.


    15. اونقدری که انتظار داشتم فوق العاده نبود اما کتاب خوبی بود. مهم عمل کردن به این دستورالعمل هاست، مضافا اینکه کلا مطالعه این قبیل کتاب ها یه انگیزه و هیجانی به آدم میده که خودش قابل تقدیره.


    16. Great book for self-help fans. I needed this as it sometimes feels like we are plugging away for little return. This book reminds us that it is little efforts, repeatedly done, over time that give us an effect that compounds over time. So a choice to blog twice a week means in 3 years, you will have an online platform that's worthwhile. Or to write 2000 words a week means you have a book in a year. Or to eat less sugar every day means losing weight over the long term. This book reminds you of so [...]


    17. Eh, nothing new to me. I thought this book would center more on money, but it didn't. It focused on life in generalhabits, tenacity, and optimism. The title and subtitle definitely overstate the book's effect. It's not a horrible read, but it feels like a compilation of all the other self-help books I've read combined.


    18. This was the best and most amazing book I have ever read. It was full of useful life lessons that help you get your priorities in check and put you in a better place if and when you choose to apply them. My favorite part is when he talks about how to, "track every action." It really does work and my life is changing for the better because of it! Now, I hate reading. It is probably one of my least favorite things to do and I usually view it as a waste of time. However, I would read this book any [...]


    19. بعضی ها هستند که می توانید سه ساعت از وقتتان را با آنها بگذرانید ولی سه روز نه. بعضی های دیگر هم هستند که می توانید سه دقیقه با آنها باشید نه سه ساعت. همسایه ای دارم که یک دوست سه دقیقه ای است. برای سه دقیقه یک صحبت کوتاه عالی داریم ولی نمی توانیم برای سه ساعت با هم باشیم. می توانم [...]


    20. This book provides you time-proven strategies to increase your productivity and effectiveness. The compound effect refers to little small but lasting productive changes that yield enormous results in the long run. It makes a perfect combination if read after the One Thing book written by Gary Keller.I acquired a couple of techniques from the book the profoundly affected my productivity. In addition, in final chapters, it gives a perfect mindset which strengthens the compound effect of your deeds [...]


    21. This book was awesome! I have always tried to consider the "why" behind things I'm doing in life, and this principle is at the core of Hardy's book. It was a very easy read with lots of applications (both direct invitations from the author and indirect inspirations from the stories and suggestions). And we aren't just talking about how to be more successful in a job or make more money, but how to have a more meaningful relationship with a loved one, how to get over bad habits, and a lot of reall [...]


    22. The Compound Effect, as the name indicates it has lots and lots of compounded choices let it be small, but consistent and along the timeline it gives radical difference. At times, even simple small steps towards the difference will have ripple effect and changes the entire behavior towards the goal. Simplicity is the key of compound effect and its results are intangible but powerful which brings massive differences in results. To see the results of compound effect, one should keep working consis [...]


    23. An unexpected treat: Hardy writes about how he created a daily diary cataloguing his wife's attributes - the styling of her hair, how she made the bed whatever touched him that day - and did so devotedly for a full year. He then gave the journal to his wife, who cried when she received it on Thanksgiving the following year. The idea taught him persistence, discipline, and overall forced him to look at his wife with new eyes each day and fall more deeply in love with her. For this reason and man [...]


    24. جزو کتاب هایی که الکی معروف شدن جدا کتاب بی مصرفیه :|توصیه میکنم حتی به عنوان یک کتاب سطح چهار هم مطالعش نکنید چون هیچ موضوع جذابی برای ارائه نداره کتاب های برایان تریسی و آنتونی رابینز به مراتب مفیدتر و کاربردی تر هستند


    25. 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.


    26. I read this at the recommendation of someone I respect. But honestly, that person is far more inspirational than Mr. Hardy, who truth-to-tell, seems like such a Robbins knock-off that he makes my teeth itch. So much namedropping. The thing that really galls me about this genre of self-help books is how all of these guys are talking about personal development, and using as proof, acquisition of material goods. How to make more money, how to get a bigger house, a better car, yada yada yada. They c [...]


    27. This is a personal development book written by Darren Hardy. I listen to his daily podcasts to get motivated to improve my life and me. It is a very quick read, with lots of gems of wisdom. I think I'll need to buy a copy so I can reread it and highlight in it. I'm in a PD kick, and it is one of the first I've read. Highly recommend it!


    28. What a great book to read as the last book of my 2014 reading challenge!This is a frequently recommended book on the Entrepreneur On Fire podcast so I got it from the library. An excellent, short, and easy read. I think I might have to buy this one for future reference since I found so many things worth committing to memory. This is the kind of book you read at least once a year to stay motivated and on top of your goals. I loved the advice on curating your information sources (no news, especial [...]


    29. My boss sent this out to the employees at our company and asked us to listen to or read it so we can all discuss it. This is not the sort of book I would ordinarily read. I feel like I have to give it five stars for what it is even though it's not my cup of tea. It's a happy, positive, energetic book designed to motivate you to get off your butt and start making the small changes necessary to build momentum and ultimately reach your goals. If you're motivated and willing to do what this book rec [...]


    30. The start is a bit boring and repetitive The same simple idea is decorated differently and fed into first chaptersThere are some brilliant ideas as the Big Mo or building routines which seem pretty useful and practical Having read 'the power of habit ' and 'outliers' u can find conflicts in how habits and routines r introduced or whether success is all about hard work Trying to fit the ideas into formulas may bother the reader more personally i found it mechanical and preferred leaving the reade [...]


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