Review of The Miracle Morning, by Hal Elrod…

I have read many articles and books on self-improvement. I have gleaned lots of knowledge, most of which I have either completely forgotten or have filed away for another time. This book is different. It was exactly what I needed to get me going in the right direction.

After finding this book, I got involved with the Facebook Community, which led me to the next book, The Miracle Equation, which I am currently reading. This has been huge for me. I am making changes that I have long thought about but used excuses as to why not to follow-through. I have had the privilege of being part of Hal’s first live training, and most importantly, I feel amazing.

I am starting to understand why it is so hard to change our behavior, and realizing that the only thing that is truly preventing me from having the life I really want, one filled with not only happiness but great health, is me.

It does not matter if you read one book, or a thousand, if you do not apply the information you have learned, you have done nothing but obtain knowledge. I highly encourage you to read this book, and then reread it, and implement the information you learn. There is a 30-day challenge at the end…what do you have to lose?!

What if you do not want to buy the book – okay, start the Miracle Morning “Crash Course“. It is free. You get 2 chapters of the book, there is a video training and audio training. It will get you started.

Here is where you can purchase the book:

Kindle
Paperback

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There is no growth without change…

I signed up to be part of this nationwide women’s dietary study, and all of that starts for me on Monday. I did this because I know I need to make changes in order to get healthier, and accountability might help me stick with it. I also know that for at least the first couple of weeks, I will want to quit. I am not looking forward to the next couple of weeks, I dread them. However, I do look forward to them happening and getting through it. I just have to stay strong…something I do not have a good track record for doing. Continue reading