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  • 3 Ways You Can Maintain Your Autonomy In Relationships

    Not wanting to lose yourself in a relationship can make you feel like you have to choose between your freedom or a relationship. Maintaining your independence in who you are and what you want isn’t often celebrated as a shining characteristic of relationship harmony. But it should be. Sacrificing yourself for anyone else will only end in misery for everyone, and failure for the relationship. Protect your goals and your sanity by refusing to lose yourself in any relationship. Here’s how.

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  • How Mediocre Living Can Turn You Into A Coward

    If you have big goals, you need to have big courage. If you’re letting people walk on you, if you’re weakening yourself by always apologizing to appease others, you’ll never move forward toward your goals. You’ll get stuck in a trap of sacrificing your goals for others forever. These are signs that you’re becoming more cowardly. Here are 3 warning signs that you’re becoming more cowardly, including what to do if you identify one of these signs in yourself.

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  • 3 Ways To Prevent Distractions From Interrupting Your Goals

    The key to success and reaching your goals lies in being smart about your time and energy. The way you do this is by protecting your focus from distracting information and people. Your goals will be the collateral damage of your life if you don’t learn how to protect your focus like the essential resource that it is. Getting disciplined and discerning about your time and your environment is the only way to realize your goals. Here are 3 ways to protect your goals from distractions.

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  • 3 Reasons To Stop Trying So Hard To Make Other People Happy

    Constantly feeling obligated to make other people happy is incredibly destructive. (I know this because I used to be a chronic approval seeker.) Obligation and a feeling of indebtedness is an automatic veto on your needs, your rights, and your goals. You forfeit your autonomy and, ultimately your success, for someone else. And for what? Some promise of promotion? A more secure relationship? Avoidance of personal or professional conflict, in general? These are weak excuses. This is victim land.


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  • 3 Ways You Can Maintain Your Autonomy In Relationships

    Not wanting to lose yourself in a relationship can make you feel like you have to choose between your freedom or a relationship. Maintaining your independence in who you are and what you want isn’t often celebrated as a shining characteristic of relationship harmony. But it should be. Sacrificing yourself for anyone else will only end in misery for everyone, and failure for the relationship. Protect your goals and your sanity by refusing to lose yourself in any relationship. Here’s how.

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    Chester Santos
    US Memory Champion; “The International Man of Memory”

    As a memory champion, I realize just how important it is to harness your mental energy and focus it in a way that helps you to achieve your goals. I’m very impressed with Isaiah Hankel's Black Hole Focus and strongly believe that it can help you learn to harness your mental energy and focus it like a laser in order to achieve incredible success in business and personal endeavors.     Read More

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    Michael “Maverick” Chiesa
    Mixed Martial Artist and UFC TUF Champion

    In fighting and in life, focus is what separates winners from losers. Focus is what helped me win the UFC TUF Championship. Any successful mixed martial artist will tell you that seeing yourself as a champion is the first step to becoming a champion. You have to start with a vision. You have to start at the end. That’s why I love Isaiah's book, because it tells you to start at the end and work backwards. Black Hole Focus is an amazing read because it helps people create a vision for their lives and then it shows them how to achieve their vision. Isaiah makes you see yourself at the top of the podium and then it gives you a detailed training plan to help you get there.   Read More

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    Lewis Howes
    Former Professional Football Player, World Record Holding Athlete, and Host of The School of Greatness

    Black Hole Focus is a wake up call for anyone who feels stuck, distracted, or lost in their own life. Isaiah lays out very actionable steps for taking control of your future and setting yourself up for certain victory. This will show you how to think like an entrepreneur and develop the mindset necessary for achieving your biggest dreams.     Read More

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    Dr. Gina Loudon
    Fox News Contributor and Syndicated Host of SmartLife

    Black Hole Focus is your road map to transformation in ways most have never even dared to dream. If you want to go from merely living a life to becoming the hero in your own adventure, start here. Hankel’s words jump off the page, swat you on the backside, pierce your heart, and take you on a ride into a magical journey of your own design! Brilliant in its brunt, dazzling in its denouement, triumphant in its precision, this is one of the most important books you will ever read.     Read More

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    A.J. Jacobs
    Author of Four New York Times Bestselling Books; Editor at Large, Esquire Magazine

    Isaiah Hankel has written an absurdly motivating book. In fact, it’s so motivational, I was constantly tempted to put the book down and start getting things done using Hankel’s strategies. It was put-downable in the best possible way. But I always came back for more of Isaiah Hankel’s wisdom—and the wisdom he distills from Einstein, Ben Franklin and even The Shawshank Redemption.     Read More

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    A.J. Jacobs
    Author of Four New York Times Bestselling Books; Editor at Large, Esquire Magazine

    Isaiah Hankel has written an absurdly motivating book. In fact, it’s so motivational, I was constantly tempted to put the book down and start getting things done using Hankel’s strategies. It was put-downable in the best possible way. But I always came back for more of Isaiah Hankel’s wisdom—and the wisdom he distills from Einstein, Ben Franklin and even The Shawshank Redemption.     Read More