If you've been looking for a kick up the backside to finally launch that business, start a new project you've been putting off or just become all round awesome, this book is for you. Why do some people have an awesome life, plenty of money, amazing friends and a business to love while others struggle at every step, are constantly broke and can never get out of the daily grind? What enables some people to work hard, play harder and make a difference every day, yet still have time to take care of their body, eat good food and be there for the people who matter? How do some people connect and persuade with ease, make good decisions and get sh*t done, while others make little impact, doubt themselves and get stuck in the rut of procrastination? Is it really possible to be f*cking awesome, live life on your own terms, make a difference and be truly fulfilled, all while having bucket loads of fun? The answer is Yes! This book shares 11 devastatingly powerful principles you can apply immediately to start getting more of what you want and less of what you don't want. So, if you are ready to take action, sick of the usual guru bullsh*t advice, and want to finally make your life truly awesome, then pick up this book, read it from cover to cover, and do every single thing Dan says.
If you've always wanted to do something but are unsure of yourself, read this book
By Amazon Customer - 16 Nov. 2016
This book is a 200 page summary of what the author Dan has learned over the years and while it is nothing new, it is very motivating and really helps you to embrace the "just do it" mentality. It's written in a conversational style which makes it easy to read (you'll get through it fairly quickly) and makes it feel like a friend is talking to you, which makes it more likely to sink in, I'm my opinion. The long and short of it is this: If you have always had a great idea but don't know where to start, read this book. If you're stuck in a rut and you're unfulfilled in life, read this book. If you've always wanted to do something but you're unsure of yourself, read this book. If you don't mind the occasional swearing, read this book. You definitely won't regret it.
5.0 out of 5 stars It's like a friendly massage with sandpaper...followed by a hug for your mindset
Paul Irvine 16th Aug 2016
A few months ago, I had ZERO clue who this dude was but over the last few months he's been making huge waves in the online business community.
These waves must have been effective as I'm at the stage in my business where the BS radar is at an all time high.
I just knew he kinda looked like an English version of Dan Bilzerian, posted raw truth and made no apologies for doing so...
So decided to grab his book that everyone has been going on about...wow.
I've read some books from others before, but nothing quite like this, in any shape or form.
It's like someone attached a MATRIX style mind-dump thingy to Dan and put the content into a book.
KILLING Bad Habits
It's all in there and more.
It is refreshing to read the thoughts of a business owner without any filter on what they say. Yes, there is profanity in it - but let's be honest...I'd rather read something REAL instead of some of the manufactured guff out there (and man, there's plenty of that...)
Dan breaks his book down into various areas of life, business, mindset and approach into easy to swallow advice
It's structured so that you can pick and choose what you read, depending on the topic you need help or guidance with.
Me...due to other commitments I read it over 2 weeks but just finished it a short time ago and I'm already on here reviewing it.
It's that good.
If you're looking to dive into the mind of a man who owns his business, gets stuff done and shows you how to dump the procrastination and self destructive habits that many would have "picked up" in the corporate world (me included) then look no further.
This one goes on my lower book shelf, always within easy reach should I need some quick and decisive inspiration in the future :)
If you're reading this...thanks for writing this Dan, you have helped me make HUGE inroads to controlling my procrastination and getting a grip on my business practices...cheers!