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Good intentions but did not need entire book to explain
Reviewed in Canada on November 10, 2017
The 5 second rule has good pointers and information to help direct people on how to approach/start change in their life. However, I found most of this information is lost in countless Facebook posts/messages/personal stories/etc that make up the bulk of this book IMO. The 5 second rule is a neat concept to help people but could have been explained in a couple pages vs entire book. I also understand these stories of success are suppose to help encourage people but the novelty wears off when it's all you read about . The book included some studies that were informative . However, the studies were few and far between and clouded by the relentless Facebook posts/personal stories/etc as mentioned above . Some people will love this book but I believe a good chunk of people will be disappointed, including myself .