Martin Meadows – How to Think Bigger: Aim Higher, Get More Motivated, and Accomplish Big Things

how to think biggerThe goal of How to Think Bigger: Aim Higher, Get More Motivated, and Accomplish Big Things is to help you learn how to find motivation to become the best version of you. Self-improvement by learning from others. Martin Meadows knows the current important experts on motivation, mission statements and achieving more with less. Think of Adam Grant‘s Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success, Charles Duhigg‘s The Power of Habit, Tim Ferriss‘s 4 Hours Work Week, or Steven Kotler, author of The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance. Meadows also includes case studies from e.g. Elon Musk (PayPal, Tesla Motors, SpaceX), Richard Branson (Virgin Group). Flow, focus, drive, time management and passion. Short chapters with crisp clear recaps before turning to the next.

Seven chapters are devoted on surrounding yourself with the right, positive energy. Strive to spend time with people who empower you and motivate you. Make changes in your life. Be self-aware, play to win instead of playing not to lose. Laziness is not a bad thing as long as it’s strategic. Nothing is impossible for a man who refuses to listen to reason. Martyrdom won’t lead you to achievement. Pay close attention to your personal life and never sacrifice it to achieve your goals. The book reads easily, of course practice takes more time.

About the author
Martin Meadows is the pen name of a bestselling author who has dedicated his life to personal growth. He constantly reinvents himself by making drastic changes in his life. Over the years, he has: regularly fasted for over 40 hours, taught himself two foreign languages, lost over 30 pounds in 12 weeks, ran several businesses in various industries, took ice-cold showers and baths, lived on a small tropical island in a foreign country for several months, and wrote a 400-page long novel’s worth of short stories in one month.Yet, self-torture is not his passion. Martin likes to test his boundaries to discover how far his comfort zone goes. His findings (based both on his personal experience and scientific studies) help him improve his life. If you’re interested in pushing your limits and learning how to become the best version of yourself, you’ll love Martin’s works.
The author provided me a free review copy.