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High Performance Habits Summary

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High Performance Habits SummaryHow Extraordinary People Become That Way

According to Oprah.com Brendon Burchard is “one of the most successful online trainers in history” and “one of the most influential leaders in the field of personal growth.”

And in “High Performance Habits” he combines his experience with data and statistics to teach you how no more than six habits stand between the ordinary and extraordinary you.

About Brendon Burchard

Brendon BurchardBrendon Burchard is one of the best-known and most watched personal development trainers in the world. By acclamation, he is also “the world’s leading high-performance coach.” Unsurprisingly, Burchard is probably the highest-paid motivation trainer in history.

He has written five books. In addition to “High Performance Habits,” these are “The Charge,” “The Motivation Manifesto,” “The Millionaire Messenger,” and “Life’s Golden Ticket.”

“High Performance Habits Summary”

There are many talented people out there who dream of becoming extraordinary men; however, most of them seem incapable of finding the right method to do that.

In “High Performance Habits,” Brendon Burchard draws upon an extensive research of the world’s most productive people to draw a fairly simple conclusion.

Namely: what stands between you and success is not a rigorous regime (more or less), but no more than six high performance habits.

And it all starts with something Burchard calls clarity seeking.

It consists of four different elements and you need to work on each of them separately. Hint: most of them are really similar to the four core aspects of your emotional intelligence.

First of all, you need to know what you are and what you want to become. Then you need to be aware of your surroundings and develop your social skills accordingly. Third, you need to prevent yourself from distractions and work on those skills which should really matter in the long run. And finally, you need to find a way to give back to the community.

The second habit Burchard lists is generating energy.

Or, to put it in layman’s terms – the habit of exercising, both physically and mentally. The former is fairly self-explanatory. The latter will be once you hear our translation of Burchard’s ideas: think positively! Because, that can actually change your life.

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