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I had read this book once in Portuguese then I decided reading it in English. At the first time, I've loved the book and I started my miracle mornings but after the second reading I became a real practitioner and this completely changed my life. I highly recommend reading it.
The main point of getting up early to give yourself purpose makes sense. It takes forever to get to the point and then he lectures with lots of examples. Then he touches on issues like prescription drugs. Excuse me but are you a psychiatrist? No. So don't tell people that it's bad to take medication. If someone is experiencing a crisis over a period of time, it is good to see a doctor and potentially get referred to a specialist because mental health isn't solvable with just some tips if there is a medical issue so don't undermine the industry if you don't understand it but think people can go without drugs. Reminds me of anti-vaxxers who think we don't need vaccines.
It didn't change my life, but it gives good advices. i voted it 2 on 5 because of the price: 8 euros is too much for that book, the author could have written all of essential informations in 20 pages instead of 170, which are so much repetitive.
I'll admit I enjoy reading inspiring books although they get a bit corny at times. I bought this book when I read a great blog-post that mentioned this book's name. I thought, wow, this guy has some great thoughts. Turned out that a relatively short blog-post can basically cover and summarize all the ideas presented in the book and there's nothing much else. The book is filled with promotions for the author's other work. A glorified brochure, if you will.
Miracle Morning is a very quick read, and Elrod has an interesting near-death backstory that he goes into in detail. It also feels a bit "amateur" as do the various downloads the book directs you to. I don't think he's a professional writer, which can be annoying in places as the language can be really clumsy, but is endearing in other ways as his enthusiasm does certainly come through. The advice itself is pretty much the usual self help stuff - meditate, visualize, exercise, journal, etc - with the schtick being that you should get up an hour early and do all of it before the craziness of your day takes over. If you can't get up an hour early, start with doing a minute of each. Some of the stuff in here is really dubious (you can will yourself to need less sleep, all it takes is deciding you do, for example) and there is a bit of a self promoting blog-like vibe to much of it. I wasn't surprised to find he gives "motivational" speeches regularly and certainly people who've attended them seem really fired up so I imagine he's a good speaker. I agree that early morning exercise and quiet time set aside for planning is great, and if that's news to you maybe you will find value in this little book. If it's not, there's nothing revolutionary here.
The author’s life experience is inspiring and a motivating backdrop for S.A.V.E.R.S lesson. That’s pretty much what I bought the book for—to know what these 6 things to aim for to get my day started on a positive note. Everything else was marketing and I did not appreciate the bait to go to a website for “free” items that I am not able to access until I have signed up and paid a “discount price of $47 for a program. “ I have already paid enough for the kindle.