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How to Think Bigger

How to Think Bigger

Martin Meadows

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The key to success is to raise your standards. Tony Robbins


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By constantly working on improving your life, you’ll feel fulfillment, which will give your life a meaning. This, in turn, will lead to happiness and even more achievement.

Thinking bigger is exactly what you need if you’d like to get more driven and passionate about your everyday life.

Some of the most important lessons from the book include:


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Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Surrounding yourself with the right, positive energy is the key to success.

It is said that you become the average of five people you are surrounded with. So choose your friends wisely.

Strive to spend time with people who empower you and motivate you to reach bigger and bigger goals. Read books that will inspire you to change your life. Listen to podcasts that will educate you on how to get even better at what you do.


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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Achievement can’t happen without proper, powerful intrinsic motivation. If you make your “whybigger than you and superficial things like money or status, you’ll get even more fired up to work on your goals and make big things happen.


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Chapter 3

Chapter 3

The primal part of your brain can sabotage you when trying to make changes in your life. The key to managing your chimp is self-awareness and using the routines and rituals to reduce its influence on your behavior.


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Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Play to win instead of playing not to lose. There’s a huge difference between the mindset of a winner and the mindset of a person who just doesn’t want to stay behind. Don’t be afraid to follow an unconventional approach to achieve your goals.


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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Laziness is not a bad thing as long as it’s strategic. Disassociate effort from reward and focus on achieving results with as little work as possible. The keys are to focus on the most essential things and make your work fun. This ties with your “why” – if you aren’t passionate about what you’re doing, it will be hard to achieve extraordinary results.


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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Nothing is impossible for a man who refuses to listen to reason. Your beliefs establish your limits. If you stop thinking reasonably and instead ask yourself how you can achieve the impossible, you’ll come up with a way to do it.


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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Martyrdom won’t lead you to achievement. Pay close attention to your personal life and never sacrifice it to achieve your goals. If you don’t heed this advice, don’t be surprised that after achieving your goal you won’t have anything to go back to.


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The book has made me realize that the key to thinking bigger is changing your mindset. You can learn all the little tricks you want, but if you don’t change your mind, achievement won’t follow.

Make it a habit to pay close attention to your thoughts and limiting beliefs. This process will help you filter negativity that prevents you from setting bolder goals and believing in yourself.


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“The best thing a human being can do is to help another human being know more.” — Charlie Munger


Our brain doesn't recognise between imagination and reality, so thinking big could be manifest into real life.


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