The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life
Legendary leadership and elite performance expert Robin Sharma introduced The 5am Club concept over twenty years ago, based on a revolutionary morning routine that has helped his clients maximize their productivity, activate their best health and bulletproof their serenity in this age of overwhelming complexity.
Now, in this life-changing book, handcrafted by the author ove...more
Join the 5 am club,own your morning .Elevate your life( theme of book).
The story revolves around the person artist and entrepreneur both attend the teaching of spellbinder (motivational speaker) and where they meet billionaires (Mr.Riley stone)
Both entrepreneur and artist will fall in love,the journey of learning about technique of 5 am club and other self help techniques by Billionaire
The story travel to various place Mauriti ...more
The only thing that I didn't really like was how the book was written. It could have been much more simplified and cut down to half it's size. There's narrative and storytelling in it that I don't see the purpose in but the take-away's are still so valuable I still have to give it 5/5 stars.
- "Adults ...more
I like to consume self-improvement books at semi-regular intervals. Whilst many similarities might lie inside their pages and the format remain ...more
The book starts of with a group of people attending a workshop with ‘The Spellbinder’, a self-improvement guru. Among the attendees are an entrepreneur, an artist, and a seemingly homeless man. We are soon told about how the homeless man is not really that – he is a ...more
I am still in the process of listening to the audio version of this book and I feel that I must continue to read it because I'm starting to enjoy the strain on my eyes as they roll to deeper into my head.
This drivel contains the most rudimentary group of characters that seem as if they were s ...more
Quotes have been deliberately put into a not-at-all impressive story by stating examples like he wore a hat/tee-shirt/watch blah blah which had this or that quote written.
Highly disappointed by this book. I wanted more of an actionable checklist to install the habit of waking of early. Only 3 pages in this book are worth reading if you want to save some time and effort.
Page No 232 describing the pre-sleep ritual of iconi ...more
This quote really sums up the blasé attitude taken to people’s lives in this book. It’s disgustingly entitled, horrendously lacking in empathy, and focuses on building industry on the backs of people who will read stuff like this and think ‘Hey, I can do this and become a ...more
Just Google some motivational quotes, and it'll be the same as reading this. Only without the unnecessary faff and the terrible storyline.
PSA: Please get your full 8 hours of sleep, kids. Nothing else matters in life. ...more
Robin needs to improve his novel writing skills, story telling and story building skills. I would suggest Robin to NOT to mix motivation messages he wanted to convey and characters or analogies he wanted to build as part of a story - rather write a direct motivational book. Monk who sold his Ferrari was a classic (I didn't like some an ...more
•You all know, don't you how much you can achieve if you woke up at 5 AM everyday and work.
•Whats better than being more efficient, motivated, productive and ultimately be more happy.
•This book will provide you with some advantages of waking up early and how to wake up early?
•There is a 20/20/20 rule which tells us-
1. Spend 5 to 5:20 AM in exercising.
2. 5:20 to 5:40 in reading.
3. 5:40 to 6 for some ...more
Ye Gods, this was pain ...more
Over the course of my life I’ve always thought that rising early possessed some sort of Magical Powers - while I’ve never consistently done it, I have experienced some great benefits whenever I did and for that reason I anxiously waited for this book to be published.
I can’t say I’m totally pleased or extremely disappointed...but what I will say is there is great value in the ides and principles given to us by Mr Sharma.
Don’t expect amazing story telling becaus ...more
This book does have a good message and some pretty original content, though. However, the padding and 'eh' narration make the good stuff unnecessarily hard to find.
I feel like reading a summary of the ideas would be good enough. ...more
Highly do not recommend. It felt like it could have been condensed to an online blog post.
You are better off reading Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits and reading the 7th habit “Sharpen the Saw” chapter. It basically summarizes this book in a succinct way that is to the point.
Highly recommend this book if you want to change your life.
I am Day 20 of practicing the techniques in this book and I cannot remember feeling this motivated and energized ever! Own your morning, elevate your life!
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari,
Who Will Cry When You Die? and
The Saint, the Surfer, and the CEO and four other books on self-transformation.
Robin Sharma is in constant demand internationally as keynote speaker at the conferences of many of the most powerful companies...more