The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be
Jack Canfield, cocreator of the phenomenal bestselling Chicken Soup for the SoulÂ® series, turns to the principles he's studied, taught, and lived for more than 30 years in this practical and inspiring guide that will help any aspiring person get from where they are to where they want to be.
The Success Principlesâ„¢ will teach you how to increase your confidence, tackle daily challenges,...more
Surprisingly, I finished this 435 page monster in one week. I still have the receipt as a bookmark. It is one of the best books I have ever read, but more from an encouragement and support standpoint.
Amazon has had 215 people review the book. 200 of them gave it 5 stars! the other 15 four stars! It was compelling enough for me to start reading the book imme ...more
1) The name dropping stories will (and in some cases already are) dated. This book will not hold up over the years. He talks about people, TV Shows, movies etc, that in 75 years, no one will know what they are or who they were. I had this problem when I read Napoleon Hill’s books. Stuff that was a normal mind set when he wrote the books are no longer applicable. This caused me to grow frustrated while reading it.
2) The later pr ...more
There are no earth shattering revelations in here, per se; what is great about this book is that the revelations come in the form of a new way to look ...more
This Book completely Changed my life. I've never read a book in my life and took so much action towards change in my personality and my future success. As I read the SIXTY-FOUR principles, I never ran across a statement or a belief that I didn't find true. The ones that I did question worked ONE-HUNDRED Percent of the time.
Before I read this book I was quiet, timid, and quiet frankly angry all of the time. I hated anyth ...more
Why aren't we successful yet, then? Maybe we forgot the principles, or we got sidetracked by other things? I questioned whether I'm that person who prayed to win a lottery but never actually buy the ticket.
This book helped in evaluating what you already did, what you could've done, and what you could change. It's a gentle kind of book, provi ...more
Take 100% responsibility for your life: Don’t blame your luck or adverse astrological positions. Do whatever is in your hand.
Think about small successes in life: We are all conditioned to remember about our failures but if I were to ask you whether you had ...more
I initially checked this book out last year or the year before read a little bit ...more
Jack Canfield is a man who has attended hundreds of seminars, read thousands of books and apprenticed under some of the most influential and successful mentors. So when he talks, you have to pay attention.
This book truly is what the title says it is. Hence it is relevant to everyone.
It starts off right. Cruises well and finishes with plenty of references to start you off on the jo ...more
helps you think to try more and better for your life
It has practical tactics which shows you how should you plan and advance in your life
Achieving the goal is not only made by imagination! It is necessary to try, too.
Good book for people who want to go over the borders of hardships
The biggest strength of the book is the bold unsupported assertions. This is self-help, not neuroscience, and th ...more
Frankly, there are too many principles even in the abridged audio version of the book, but it draws from no less of authors than Tim Ferriss, Anthony Robbins, et al. and offers the condensed version of all the motivational and inspirations techniques and anecdotes.
As the author exhorts toward the end of the audiobook, I will be listening to it again and again to let my mind really absorb the principles.
Canfield received ...more