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Mind Hacking

How to Change Your Mind for Good in 21 Days
Written by: Sir John Hargrave
Narrated by: Sir John Hargrave
Length: 12 hrs and 53 mins
Categories: Self-Help, Motivational
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Have you ever wished you could reprogram your brain, just as a hacker would a computer? In this three-step guide to improving your mental habits, learn to take charge of your mind and banish negative thoughts, habits, and anxiety - in just 21 days!

A seasoned author, comedian, and entrepreneur, Sir John Hargrave once suffered from unhealthy addictions, anxiety, and poor mental health. After cracking the code to unlocking his mind's full and balanced potential, his entire life changed for the better. In Mind Hacking, Hargrave reveals the formula that allowed him to overcome negativity and eliminate mental problems at their core.

Through a 21-day, three-step training program, this book lays out a simple yet comprehensive approach to help you rewire your brain and achieve healthier thought patterns for a better quality of life. It hinges on the repetitive steps of analyzing, imagining, and reprogramming to help break down barriers preventing you from reaching your highest potential.

By treating your brain as a computer and mastering Hargrave's mind hacking formula, you, too, can create a positive, permanent shift in your thinking, leading to personal and professional triumphs in all areas of life.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2016 John Hargrave (P)2016 Simon & Schuster

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Former-Criminal exploits his checkered past for $$

I am not impressed. I wish I had known that this guy had no moral compass before I downloaded the book. He opens with talking about how he used to engage in identity theft. He got busted. It changed him. Sorry buddy, I don't feel like your personal "struggle" is very inspiring. Most of us wouldn't stoop that low to begin with! A very self-satisfied dude, this guy also sees digital reality as on par with the real world. Nope. Sorry. The internet can neither feed nor clothe me!
Some interesting tech stories. No new philosophy that I can see. I kept waiting for something I could use. You already know this stuff. Forget this guy and his repackaged belief in meditation.

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Brilliant

This book is just awesome. No matter who you are and what you do, this book is gonna chance the way you think and in result, your life .

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2017-06-21

The Physiology of Will Power

This book explains what Willpower is,
why it fails us and how we can get more.
This information is of great value to anyone struggling with patience, frustration, irritability...
This book contains insight for understanding some behaviors that may have previously baffled you.

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  • Matt Powell
  • 2017-06-16

Very good useful information

The book is good and has very useful information. if you're like me you listen to books on the go. The last few chapters you need to listen to alone when you can quiet your mind and the area around you. the last 21 chapters of the 37 are dedicated to doing mind relaxation techniques. That wasn't always possible for me listening in the car and on my phone at work. But overall this book could change the way you think of everything in a positive way. I recommend this book!

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  • Willville
  • 2018-11-29

Read this before you choose

Hey everyone ,

I wanted to give my opinion on this book because I feel that it is marketed incorrectly. Listen to (read) this book if you are into meditation. If not please don’t waste your time like I did.

I wound up fast forwarding through literally 10 minutes of silence on every single day. When I say day I mean the book is set up in a 21 day mind hacking training. Each day starts with an introductory story on the topic being learned, followed by the meditation. The short stories and lesson are really not bad but the fast forwarding through the meditations was frustrating. I think they should add “through meditation” in the title. I’m not against meditation but he portrays himself as this computer hacker and then starts guiding you through meditations like a psychologist. It was very awkward and strange in my opinion.

It’s also very techie geared so if you don’t relate to that, then you won’t be able to appreciate the references.

In my opinion there are better books out there in the self improvement category.

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  • T. Ward
  • 2017-06-15

Its too slow and feels like it just doesnt get to the point

I am listening to the audio version, i'm in chapter five, and cant take it anymore. I am done.

I think the author is well intentioned and this may work for some, but I dont think it ever gets to the point. It just kind of rambles and seems to just give analogy after analogy, all seems general.

Its possible I stopped too soon, but I am looking for some instructions sooner rather than later.

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  • I know where you live
  • 2017-05-16

Mind hacking or mind numbing?

Whomever told this guy he should write a book... & then whomever thought it was a good idea to publish it please get out of the writing/publishing business.

The majority of this book is a waste of time. You can get more information from a 30 class on Transcendental meditation than you can from the hours & hours wasted on this book.

All the useless backstory to try to make this seem like he invented something new makes you want your money back. Sadly the writer/narrator tries too hard to be funny & just makes you want to start in with a huge bong rip just to see if this book is salvageable... I assure you, it's not.

I'm so thankful I got this on a 2 for 1 special.

If you want to reset your mind & learn new habits try Mindfulness or Transcendental meditation.

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  • 2017-05-30

Mind hacking? Where?

I was excited to listen this book to find out how to change my way of thinking but I did NOT get that! I got one hour in and I can't force myself to continue listening for the rest of the TWELVE HOURS! First of all, 12 hours is far too long, second, in the first hour I didn't learn anything about "mind hacking". By the one hour mark there should be at least some real content. I've stopped listening because the first hour is spent talking about technology and the history of hacking computers... that's not why I'm here. There's way too many background stories and tangents that the book could do without. I'm sure there is some great stuff in here but I'm not willing to sift through unnecessary side-notes to get them.

Basically, I got this book for the meat and potatoes and all I got was broccoli...

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  • 2017-05-24

Nope- don't spend credits or cash on this.

Would you try another book from John Hargrave and/or John Hargrave?

He mentions that the book is free online. It it worth free.

What could John Hargrave have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

more strategy less fluff

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  • Forrest
  • 2017-07-08

Corny but good

Very good amalgamation of various methods to improve your mind delivered in an enthusiastic manner.

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  • Hervé
  • 2017-06-28

Loving this method!

I just went with the program and it is so helpful. The 21 I completed with ease. The concentration excersizes are great and simple meditations which are easy to do and a joy. Hargrave's voice is enthousiastic and therefore he really pulls you in them. Awesome stuff!

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  • i hate it
  • 2017-06-07

If you into mind and spirituality this book is it

What made the experience of listening to Mind Hacking the most enjoyable?

Easy to follow

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Refreshing but with insights

Any additional comments?

Excellent info ,... to master some of the concepts is priceless

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