From Failure to Success: Everyday Habits and Exercises to Build Mental Resilience and Turn Failures Into Successes

From Failure to Success: Everyday Habits and Exercises to Build Mental Resilience and Turn Failures Into Successes

From Failure to Success: Everyday Habits and Exercises to Build Mental Resilience and Turn Failures Into Successes

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Discover Everyday Habits and Exercises to Overcome Failure and Achieve Success
How many times did you fail and gave up out of frustration or discouragement? How often does failure ruin your resolve and send you back to square one, only to fail over and over again, with little hope anything will ever change?
Written by bestselling author Martin Meadows, From Failure to Success: Everyday Hab

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  1. mkral says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A solid resource on the topic of failure and success, September 13, 2017
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    mkral

    This review is from: From Failure to Success: Everyday Habits and Exercises to Build Mental Resilience and Turn Failures Into Successes (Kindle Edition)
    I’ve been a fan of Martin Meadow’s work for a while now and find his books to be useful short reads on various topics related to success and achievement. His most recent work, From Failure to Success, is quite a bit longer than his usual books, but about the same length as his last one. For those that aren’t familiar with his work, Martin’s books focus on one specific topic, with each chapter looking at a specific segment of that concept. He offers practical advice on how to overcome obstacles that hold people back.

    Overall, I enjoyed this book, although I did feel like he went a little heavy on highlighting his other books in it (If you’re looking for more info on how to XXXX, check out my other book XXXXXX.) Aside from that critique, I enjoyed the book. I think that Chapter 5 Dealing with a Fear Driven Failure, and specifically the parts of it dealing with fearing failure due to the loss of identity were the most meaningful to me.

    I’d definitely recommend this book if the topic of failure and success is of interest to you

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  2. Indrakshi says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Climb your way out, September 14, 2017
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    This review is from: From Failure to Success: Everyday Habits and Exercises to Build Mental Resilience and Turn Failures Into Successes (Kindle Edition)
    “The Glory of Life is Not, in Never Falling; but – rising up each time you fall.” This is an adage i keep strong in my heart. However – all said and done the Falling (Failing) HURTS .., and getting up sometimes hurts even more. How do you deal with walking forwards again, when your steps hesitate and the pain nags at you? That is where this Book can help.

    Martin Meadows books are very practical, down to earth, honest and authentic – ranging from Grit to Confidence to Goals – this time he has decided to explore a topic that has stung many of us. Thus when i had the chance to read an advance review copy, i was a bit hesitant – since it was not a “Positive” rah rah topic. I am thankful i took the chance and here are my thoughts about the book.

    The Book has all his trademark Styles of No-Nonsense approach, Personal Examples, Recap Sections and Examples or Stories in each topic to help reinforce the material. Top Marks for that. I especially sat up to take notice of his rather frank talk of his failures very early on in the book. It must not have been easy – considering my own struggles to “brush under the carpet”.

    He takes the Bogey of failure and classifies it into different kinds – and discusses the best approach for each failure type. This is a very clever bit of this book and helped when discussing with my family and friends. If you are overwhelmed or completely lost at sea – this part of the book – clarifies – and offers constructive steps.

    (I personally did not like a topic – thanks to my hang up of Grief and Personal Loss …, i hurried past this section)

    There is a peppering of other books (his own and other authors) that helps us dig a bit deeper that complement his thoughts and examples.

    Yes – the tone is very conversational – but was a bit rigid to my “Reading Ears” – i would like to have had a more mellow tone – but he is the “Bruce Lee of The Dojo” (as i call him)

    The Second Part is a lot of Fun – and very very though provoking, wherein Strategies are discussed to Get Up and Keep Moving. I think readers will keep visiting these sections often – and it is here where people will get your “worth” (not in terms of the money spent in the books – but in terms of reclaiming sanity and courage).

    (Effort as an experiment – this section of the book i read more than once and helped lighten my personal fear load)

    This book is not a “My way is the only way” nor you will find a lot of hand holding or spoon feeding. Yep – he is still the martial arts master – caring but though. Just as his many mountain climbing examples, you will be required to lift yourself up, and not wait for a hand to push your bottom over the top.

    The unexpected twist of the book is in the ending – which might help you answer – “is this worth it or should i cut my losses? ” a big thank you for this section. Absolutely loved it.

    Personally i would have liked a step by step template or Flow Map or Mind Map to help me integrate it all on a one page fit.

    It is a great book and a valuable resource and i would recommend that something similar be brought out for the Youth or Students.

    Fear of Failure and Pain of Failure are hardwired into a lot of us – and this book is a great hand hold to get up – brush off and keep moving forwards.

    This is one book that will not be read and forgotten about – it will make your think, then make you act . The teaching is ready – are you?

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  3. George Streib says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Book on How to Turn around failure, September 13, 2017
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    This review is from: From Failure to Success: Everyday Habits and Exercises to Build Mental Resilience and Turn Failures Into Successes (Kindle Edition)
    First off, I was given an advance copy if I would give an unbiased view. This is about the fourth or fifth book I have read of Martin Meadows. I have emaile the author and he does respond promptly.
    As for the book I would give it 4.5 stars. I have given five star reviews in the past to the author’s books. I give it 4.5 stars not because this book is not as good as his previous books, my criteria has changed not the authors. I feel this book is a vast improvement over his previous books because he is giving examples of what his position is. One example was the model who was severely burned over a vast majority of her body overcoming adversity. With the addition of examples I feel that the author’s books are vastly better than before. But in this book I wanted more examples of how his thoughts were shown. I feel that with the addition of human examples the book flowed better and I can remember the point better.
    With the latest push to use storytelling as a way to persuade I feel the author has become a better writer I just wished he gave me more examples.
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