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Can't Hurt Me

Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds
Written by: David Goggins
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"David's story is captivating. He tells that story, bares his soul, and provides the principles and techniques he used to overcome obstacles and roadblocks. "

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About the Creator

David Goggins is a retired US Navy SEAL and is the only member of the US Armed Forces to complete SEAL training (including two Hell Weeks), the US Army Ranger school (where he graduated as Enlisted Honor Man), and US Air Force Tactical Air Controller training.

An accomplished endurance athlete, Goggins has completed more than 60 ultra-marathons, triathlons, and ultra-triathlons, setting new course records and regularly placing in the top five. He once held the Guinness World Record for pull-ups, completing 4,030 in 17 hours. He’s now a public speaker and has shared his story with hundreds of thousands of students across the US, numerous professional sports teams, and the staff at US Fortune 500 companies.

About the Co-Creator

Adam Skolnick is an author and journalist covering sports, adventure, travel, the environment, and human rights. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Outside, Lonely Planet, BBC.com, ESPN.com, and Wired.

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Awesome book!

This book is so awesome, I didn't want it to finish! When it ended I was left with peace and courage to keep going and a sense of being on the right track of wanting to keep going despite my own difficulties. 

This book is about going forward despite all odds. It's not a book about the perfect plan on doing intense things it's about the attitude to have.

I believe he went so hardcore and a lot of times unprepared for intense challenges because of the sense of urgency he felt about going beyond his bad odds and this I believe to be the reason of being so hard and going beyond physical limits breaking his body and still going on.

I related so well with this attitude and search for the ultimate limits possible as I have lived that way with my own realities. 

Like him, when I finally reached my own limits, it was with hypothyroidism and I had the same thought of being satisfied of having given all I had and the feeling that if that was the end, I could die with peace because I didn't hold anything. Like him, I still was ready to keep going and do the best with was left to me not going to give up as long as life was there.

I really love how he took the different steps in his life to come up with tools to push through hardships and obstacles that he shares through the book as challenges that anyone can implement. Here are the 10 challenges:


Challenge 1-

Write what is the bad hand you were given, what is your disadvantage what has held you back, your obstacle in detail.

Own it and like it saying you can't hurt me.


Challenge 2-

Have your own accountability mirror.

Tell the truth about your reality and what needs to be done about it.

Make small steps to the biggest goal.


Challenge 3-

Write down everything you don't like to do and that you should do to progress and go do it over and over again everyday. Make your weaknesses your strength. Take the path of most resistance. Go at the micro level and progress. Callous your mind.


Challenge 4-

Choose any competitive situation you are in right now. 

Who is your opponent: (teacher, coach, boss, client, collegue)

No matter how they are treating you, there is one way to not only earn their respect, but turn the tables, it's excellence.

Know the answer to, "Why am I here?"

Find how to be at your best in the worse times.

It is a mind game to endure just enough to dominate. It is mostly a mind game against ourself.


Challenge 5-

Time to visualize overcoming or accomplishing a new task and potential challenges and ways to solve them. Research the problems and solutions.

Be prepared to answer the simple questions:

Why are you doing this?

What is driving you towards this achievment?

Where does the darkness you're using as  fuel come from?

What has calloused your mind?

You need those answers at your fingertips when you hit a wall of pain and doubt.

To push through you need to channel your darkness.

Feed off it and learn on your calloused mind.

Visualisation will never compensate for work undone. 

You cannot visualize lies. 

In the midst of pain and doubt, take time to calm your mind instead of panicking, take time to be patient, regain your thought process. Slow your heart rate down by slowing down the tempo to take back control of your mind. Slow down your thought process to gain back logic thought.


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Take inventory of your cookie jar. 

Include achievements, life obstacles, things you failed but repeated until success.

Feel what it was like to overcome those struggles, opponents and win.

Then get to work.

Set ambitious goals and let thoses past victories carry you to your new personal best.

The cookie jar is your shortcut to taking control of your own thought process.

Use it that way. Use this energy to succeed again in the heat of battle.


Challenge 7-

Remove the governor from your brain.

Push past your normal stopping point gradually.

This resets your baseline.

Stick to this process and soon what you thought was impossible is something you do everyday of your life.

Go beyond your 40% capacity.

The 40% rule says that we usually think we're at the limits of our capacities when we really are only at 40% in and still have 60% to give.

There is a big caution.

Do not figure this 40% rule by destroying yourself.

Don't go from 0 to 100, go gradually.

Go 5% to 10% more at a time.


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Schedule it in.

It's time to compartimentalize your day.

Week 1:

Go about your normal schedule.

Take notes. 

Get super detailed about your activities. Document them all with timestamps.

This will be your baseline and find plenty of fat to trim. 

Identify wasted time to increase productivity.

Week 2:

Build an optimal schedule. Lock everything into place in 15 to 30 minute blocks.

Some tasks will take multiple blocks or entire days. 

When you work, only work on one thing at a time.

Think about the task in front of you and pursue it relentlessly. 

When it comes for the next task in your schedule, place that first one aside and apply the same focus.

Make sure your meal breaks are adequat but not open-ended.

Schedule in exercice and rest too.

When it is time to rest, actually rest.

No checking email or bullshitting social media.

If you are going to work hard you must also rest your brain.

Make notes with timestamps in week 2. You may still find some residual dead space.

Week 3:

By week 3, you should have a working schedule that maximizes your effort without sacrificing sleep.


Challenge 9-

Ths is for the unusual ones.

If you made it somewhere, you need to look for more.

You need to become uncommon amongst uncommon.

Continue to put obstacles on your way to put friction because this is how you grow even stronger.

Before you know it you will stand alone.

There is no finish line.


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Think about your most recent and your most heart-wrenching failure.

Write out all the good things, all that went well, be detailed and generous with yourself.

Then note how you handled your failure, did it affect your life and relationships? How so?

How did you think during the preparation for and during the execution stage of your failure?

You have to know how you were thinking at each step because it's all about mindset and this is where most people fall short.

Now, go back through and make a list of the things you can fix.

This is not time to be soft or generous, be brutally honest.

Write them all out, study them. Then look at your calendar and schedule another attempt as soon as possible.

If the failure happened in childhood, and you can't recreate it, still write the report because you still can use the information to achieve anything. 

As you prepare keep this keep the accountability mirror handy and make all the necessary adjustments.

When it comes time to execute, keep in mind everything about the calloused mind, the cookie jar and the 40% rule in the forefront of your mind. Control your mindset, dominate your thought process.

This life is all a mind game.

Once you realize that, own it.

If you fail again, so be it. Take the pain, repeat the steps and keep fighting. That is what it is all about.


 This book is a great reminder as I am in the midst of other big challenges and even if I'm not one to quite, I find this book to be a great guide to keep grinding with courage and strategy.

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Best "Mindset" book for any high achiever

This book will show you how much room you have to strengthen your mind.

also great narration, entertaining stories (especially hell week), and great take aways.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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one of the best books I've ever read (listened to)

this book will change your life if you can internalize it and practise what David practised throughout his years of struggle and suffering. this is the try way to build real character and destroy insecurities. Everyone should read this book if they want to believe in themselves and achieve the impossible. It's all in the mind - conquer that and youll have a changed perspective and a changed life. can't recommend this book more. Incredible!

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I Loved Every Bit Of It

This book helped me remind myself of what I should ACTUALLY be working towards. I've already started implementing many of the challenges listed in the book, and I once again am feeling obsessed with a couple specific areas of my life that I desperately want to improve. I feel invigorated, as if I'm now aiming towards what I should've been going after all along, and am chasing after daily discomforts and fears, trying to avoid the path of least resistance. Mr. Goggins' story was emotionally moving, and the audiobook format worked great, given that, what would normally be a simple narration turned into a bit of a podcast in certain moments. I wasn't initially sure if I'd enjoy that or not, but I think it worked really nicely. It provided some tension-releasing moments of humour, and some great off-the-cuff banter back and forth at times. All in all, this book was amazing. Thank you David Goggins. Thank you very much.

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Great Message.

The message Mr. Goggins elaborates on is tremendous. It gives you much to think about and you can easily apply these learnings to your life. Yes, some of it is common sense, but hearing David’s examples really brings the story to life.

I would have liked to understand how his relationship with his own child was impacted by his amazing exploits and life given the difficult childhood he had. That’s a real part of the overall equation as well.

If there was one minor suggestion I could make, the cussing does get a bit tedious at times and the gratuitous way he describes female body parts may offend some listeners (I was not). Just a bit repetitious.

All in all, a great message and that’s the point!

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Jacked on Accountability!!

Too much to say so I'll keep it brief. With his no holds barred, no excuse approach, Goggins helps the listener get in touch with the process of personal accountability. No one else to blame, no one else to come to the rescue. When I face unpleasant but necessary tasks I "Get my Goggins on" and push hard! Great stuff, I'm 59 but it's never too late to add some of his philosophy to my repertoire!! Thanks David!

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this F*#"ing guy

Insane story. My problem now is that I can not stop pushing myself w him sitting on my shoulder.

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Raw Inspiration.

My younger life has a ton in common with what David Goggins, and thus i can relate too a small degree. However i took more of a victum roll to be honest (embarrassed about it too) This book inspires me to look deep at myself (told myself i already do but i still keep the darkest stuff hidden, the stuff that truely scares me)

This book explains that you need to be true to yourself, which is no easy task. Also to push yourself beyond what you "think" is possible or even impossible. It shows that you should be putting yourself in uncomfortable situations in life in order to grow and learn about yourself, too find your self.

The book makes me wish i could be as mentally strong as David Goggins, at the same time it tells me that i can be. Its a matter of digging up all the toxic stuff barried within you, and dealing with it. Then putting yourself through tests to find out who you are, where you can go, what you can achieve.

Thank you for this book David.

A must read/listen.

Noah Deneault

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Inspires a person to become driven

His life story, reflecting his need to be uncommon among uncommon men, proves a person is capable of far more than most of us dream possible. I gave it five stars because it's a high quality production with high value content. Hearing his story makes me believe I can change my story!

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5 Stars because there isn’t six

No matter who you are, David Goggins story is one you need to hear. Incredible.

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  • kindleuser
  • 2019-10-05

Not for me

This is not the first time I've purchased a very highly rated self-help book through audible and then disliked and returned it. This book just didn't do it for me - but obviously, with 67,000 5 star reviews, I'm in the minority here.

In this book, Goggins describes, with the help of an irritating narrator, his difficult early life and his various triumphs in adulthood. Goggins has indeed accomplished amazing things - they are not, however, goals I would seek to attain myself. For example, he runs a 100 mile race in 21 hours, without training. He winds up "pissing blood" and "shitting" himself during and after the race; a doctor suspects he may be in - or at least near - kidney failure after the race, but damn it - he did it. This isn't the type of inspiration I need. Then, a bit later, Goggins returns to the story of this race and criticizes a guy he meets who congratulates him on the accomplishments and tells Goggins he was inspired and will be training to run a similar race; Goggins dismisses the guy, referring to the training plan as "procrastination" and implying if the guy had anything on the ball, he'd just run the race - forget the training! Just not my thing. But props to Goggins for achieving his goals.

Here and throughout the book, the basic message is extremely positive and worthwhile - if we discipline our minds, we can accomplish great things. Beyond this, I didn't enjoy the book, or the reading. The narrator's voice is grating and the text (along with the audible extras) are laced with profanity and the conversations unfold like something out of a middle school locker room. I don't actually mind profanity, but this was just inarticulate and obnoxious - like when you're out in public being annoyed by a group of teenagers trying to show off by talking about themselves too loudly and super crassly.

As I've said, this is a book that definitely has an audience, I'm just not in it. Also, Goggins has definitely accomplished great things, I just don't enjoy the stories or resonate with the thinking behind them. After speeding this up a few times to try to get through it, I'm just giving up and will request a return. I will take with me the message that if we work hard and stay focused, we can accomplish great things.

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  • Audrey k.
  • 2020-01-07

It starts out great, inspiring. But then....

I really enjoyed the first half, maybe the first 2/3 of this book. Mr. Goggins is inspiring. The difficulties he overcame make him an incredible role model.

But as we got into the ultra marathon stories and the pull-up stories, I seriously began to wonder if the man was a masochist. I do not want to be like that. Not ever. Yes, goals are important, but I will not sacrifice my body and literally exercise myself to the grave. I'm not into massive blood blisters, pushing until collapse, hospitalization, and near-death just to be the best at something. Kudos to him for being able to push that far, but honestly, I don't see the merit.

I would rather live a long, healthy, well-rounded life. I set goals, I achieve them. I am exceptional at everything I do, but there is absolutely no reason to sacrifice my body to be the very best at one single thing.

I struggled to finish the book once we reached the ultra-marathon stage. I no longer wished to be like Mr. Goggins. Do I still admire him? Absolutely. Was the story compelling? Yes. Would I read it again? Probably not.

Mr. Goggins, if by any chance you ever read this review, please know you are awe-inspiring. Not completely what I want to emulate, but that's just me. Thank you for the book. Go on with your bad self.

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  • Beth
  • 2020-01-01

Reached incredible levels of self and level of being misogynistic


Have never written a review before, but this book moved me to do so. I greatly respect any individual who chooses to serve our country, and in awe of the courage, physical and mental toughness it takes to go a step further to serve in the special forces. David Goggins is an amazing individual, and he never lets you forget this fact. I stopped reading the book in the very last chapter. I couldn’t take his self adoration for one more word. His way of thinking is to push yourself beyond your known limits. His sole focus is on the improvement of himself, and all other players in his life are nonessential. He is the main character of his own life and devotes 24/7 to the betterment of this lonely goal- himself. His dedication to his service and those he served with is evident, but driven by his own ego to be better than the rest. There is def an audience out there for this book, those looking to continually up and push the limits of self. However, if you care about others, feel the need to do things for people other than yourself, and have a vagina— I don’t recommend this book. He often refers to his short comings as “being a ‘pu_ _y’, and puts down women without even realizing he is doing so (too focused on self to even realize it). This book had amazing ratings, and will drive people
to be mentally tougher. His definition of mental
toughness and mine are complete opposites. I live for my family and put their needs before my own (like most mothers). Being up with a sick child all night long while ignoring your own need for sleep is mental toughness. I don’t need to run 100 miles to prove to myself I am that tough, my children and the fact they’re still alive and doing well is all the proof I need.

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  • S David
  • 2018-12-24

Opting for the book instead

The audio book is unique in that in between reading chapters, the narrator/co-author interviews David. Overall, it's interesting as a break between chapters. I'm actually returning the audisobook and buying the book instead because there are exercises after every chapter, photos referenced, and there was no audiobook supplement. Feel like that was a major miss that should be rectified for this audiobook.

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  • Christine
  • 2018-12-01

I'M A 60 YR OLD WOMAN AND LOVE THIS BOOK!

I WAS CURIOUS AS TO WHETHER I WOULD GET ANY MORE FROM DAVID'S BOOK THAN I HAD ALREADY GOTTEN FROM ALL THE PODCASTS AND OTHER INTERVIEWS I'VE LISTENED TO. WELL THIS BOOK GOES WAY MORE DEEPLY INTO WHAT MOST GOGGINS' FANS ALREADY KNOW OF HIS LIFE AND SOME!

I MENTION MY AGE IN THE HEADLINE IN CASE THERE ARE OTHER OLDER PEOPLE, AND WOMEN IN GENERAL WHO WONDER IF A BOOK ABOUT THE LIFE OF THE HARDEST MAN ON EARTH HAS ANYTHING IN IT FOR THEM.

YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE AN ALPHA MALE, SEAL TEAM WANNA BE, TO GET SOMETHING FROM THIS BOOK. IF YOU ARE INSPIRED BY PEOPLE WHO GET KNOCKED DOWN BUT GET BACK UP AGAIN - OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN THEN YOU CAN APPLY HIS LESSONS TO ANYTHING IN LIFE ! THIS MAN HAS GONE DEEEEEEP INTO SELF REFLECTION AND ACCOUNTABILITY AND ARTICULATES WHAT HE HAS LEARNT, AND HOW HE HAS TURNED WEAKNESSES INTO STRENGTHS BEAUTIFULLY WITH BRUTAL SELF DEPRECATING HONESTY. I'VE READ MANY BOOKS IN THIS GENRE AND I'VE NEVER FELT THIS LEVEL OF RAW HONESTY.

FROM DAVID'S PODCASTS I'VE LEARNT SO MUCH ABOUT THE MENTAL STRENGTH WHICH I'VE USED FOR RUNNING MARATHONS (I HAVE GOGGINS'ED MY WAY THROUGH SEVERAL RACES!) - BUT READING HIS BOOK HAS CHALLENGED ME TO LOOK AT OTHER AREAS OF MY LIFE WHERE I COULD BENEFIT BY GETTING OUT OF MY COMFORT ZONE.

FINALLY, WITH THE PODCAST CHATS IN-BETWEEN CHAPTERS YOU FEEL LIKE YOU ARE IN THE ROOM WITH WITH DAVID AND ADAM, HAVING THE BOOK READ TO YOU THEN DISCUSSING THE CHAPTER WITH DAVID AT THE END. BRILLIANT FORMAT FOR AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY !!!


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  • Hunter
  • 2019-06-17

Motivational, but at a cost

Here are my three take-aways from "Can't Hurt Me" by David Goggins:

David Goggins is an impressive man, and has achieved things that only the uncommon of the uncommon could do-he lives to be unique. Goggins is a type A, high-achieving, resume- focused individual. He has utilized his genetics and optimized his body and mind through repetition. He used his dark past, insecurities, and competition to fuel his many endeavors. However, I believe everything in life is a trade-off. David chose to take a path focused on physical milestones by proving he was psychologically "hard". By doing so, he worked harder rather than smarter, and forewent so many other important aspects of life.

I couldn't help but notice how underprepared Goggins was going into things. He never had the right bike, the right shoes, the right food/salt/gels-in fact, he ate crackers and hamburgers during some of his races and pull-up comps. He tormented and tortured himself, and takes pride in it today. A lot of those scenarios in which he suffered were preventable. The rash on his wetsuit, the bendy pull-up bar, the running shoes on a snow-packed trail...I just find it a little ludicrous and embarrassing. He shouldn't have worked out before a 100 mile race, he should have known to stretch as an ultra-marathon runner. It's just kind of stupid. But it adds to his hardship that he is so proud of.

From a critical point of view, Goggins forfeited family, love, appreciation, and belonging to achieve. There was never balance or appreciation until his life was almost taken from him. I value achievement highly, but it was hard for me to hear him talk about his life on the audiobook. He cheated throughout school, cheated in buds by stealing the itinerary, and took a disgusting amount of pain meds to get through several obstacles. What I heard was a man lacking peace, lacking understanding, and lacking human connection. In my opinion, Goggins needs to sit down and have a slice of humble-pie. He seemed so unsatisfied, so uneducated-filling every other word with swear words, and quite narcissistic. I don't recall very many examples where he was thankful for his genes, body, ex-wives and mother (who were there every step of the way), friends, or mentors. Each person is a unique blend of nature and nurture, and I know he had one of the hardest lives growing up. I value his growth mindset, just think it was hyper-focused on a single area in life-physical achievement. And that comes at a cost.

The major things that I would like to apply to my life is the governor-we should remove unnecessary limitations, do things that suck, or change the way we perceive challenges. I do believe in the 40% rule, and assume there is an unfathomable amount of unfulfilled potential in me, and in those around the world. So I will do my best to callous my mind each time I do something challenging, and do things that are hard because they are hard, and because it will set me apart in the world. All in all, it was a fantastic and motivating book, but the dude's only human, as are we.

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  • Ricardo
  • 2018-11-29

Master your mind!

The most powerful people are not the ones who control others, it is those who can control themselves. Thank you David for sharing your story. - @Ricky_Arenas

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  • Paul Story II
  • 2018-11-30

This guy will change your life!

I first heard about David Goggins through Joe Rogan’s podcast. I’ve listened to his interview with him at least a dozen times. Through following David Goggins on social media, I learned he was writing a book. After much anticipation, the audiobook is finally out! I’ve already pre ordered my kindle copy from Amazon once the book is officially released dec, 4. I have no doubt that this audio version will be on repeat. This guy has put so many mantras in my head that constantly motivate me to “get after it.” I’ve even considered getting a tattoo of “uncivilized” (something that David explains) somewhere on my body to always remember to be unstoppable and be hungry for more. I hope his words will inspire you to find out something you don’t already know about yourself. They have for me. David, if you’re reading this, thank you! You’ve certainly made an impact on my life!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-11-30

Got me out of my own head- AMAZING!

Amazing audiobook unlike any other I have heard. While it is an audiobook, it also offers elements of a podcast! Truly engaging and forced me to look at my problems and challenges in life in a very different way.

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  • Sam Jaramillo
  • 2018-11-29

Life changing

I'm only half way thru this listening to this book, its simply life changing. David tells it like it is, no more BS excuses for whatever your using them for..Thank you for putting this book out here to help us SIR

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  • Dante
  • 2018-12-24

Réveillez le guerrier endormi en vous.

Goggins nous fait voyager par l'effet miroir de son Histoire personnelle vers les tréfonds de nos propres croyances limitantes.

Son oeuvre n'a de cesse de nous donner des armes pour essayer de terrasser le Dragon de nos peurs et de nos insécurités.

Devenez le Héro de votre vie.



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  • bart van crombruggen
  • 2019-10-25

Incredible mind changer

This book is hands down the best motivational book I have ever come across. Thank you

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  • Jiang William
  • 2020-05-09

Inspiring

Finished that book in a day. Fucking loved it. Going to listen to it again and again

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  • Externe ECNi
  • 2020-05-01

Leçon de vie

Cet audio book est aussi complet qu’on puisse l’espérer avec une version interactive mêlant un podcast, un livre et une interview. Incroyable leçon de vie. Be the best version of yourself

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  • Client d'Amazon
  • 2020-04-24

Life changing

Very inspirational ! A true and amazing story showing everything is possible despite difficulties. A great book to learn how to callus our mind !

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  • Client d'Amazon
  • 2020-04-07

un livre surprenan t

Ce livre est à la fois une autobiographie et du développement personnel, l'enregistrement audible est très intéressant car Savais intervient et nous donne des détails et des explications. Nous avons un mixte entre un interview, un livre un podcast.... super!

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    5 out of 5 stars
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  • gronowski stephane
  • 2020-03-30

Great

Always great to hear David and his story. Interresting format with interview. Worth it even if you have the paper book.

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    5 out of 5 stars
  • Introvert
  • 2020-02-02

Great reading. Total motivation boost.

Great reading. Total motivation boost. Helps finding and maintaining positive attitude. Not superficial blabla, there are deep reflections. I really enjoyed this.

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    5 out of 5 stars
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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-01-27

Life changing

No matter where you are at in your life, whether you're still in school or you're retired, it's never too late to make significant changes in your life.

David teaches us that the journey is going to get extremely hard sometimes, that it's not all cake, and some of us are dealt a very crap hand in life... but he also teaches us that the hand you are dealt is not the one and only.

It'll be harder for some than others, it'll be more painful for some than others, but those who win at life, are the ones who simply don't stop.

David, if you read this, please know that you have changed my life by living yours. Keep up the good work, because every life you change for the better, is one that will not become a statistic.

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  • Zakharov
  • 2020-01-17

Needed light at the end of a tunnel

When you going through a toughest and challenging time in your life and you think you’ve hit a dead end. When you think you can’t handle the pain you endure anymore. You pick this book up. Go through it and realize that you’re tough mo fo and there is way more you can handle and can get through anything literally ANYTHING. David Goggins, thank you for being toughest man and for this book!