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The 5 Second Rule

Transform your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage
Lu par : Mel Robbins
Durée : 7 h et 35 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (144 notations)

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How to enrich your life and destroy doubt in five seconds.

Throughout your life, you've had parents, coaches, teachers, friends, and mentors who have pushed you to be better than your excuses and bigger than your fears. What if the secret to having the confidence and courage to enrich your life and work is simply knowing how to push yourself?

Using the science of habits, riveting stories, and surprising facts from some of the most famous moments in history, art, and business, Mel Robbins will explain the power of a "push moment". Then, she'll give you one simple tool you can use to become your greatest self.

It takes just five seconds to use this tool, and every time you do you'll be in great company. More than eight million people have watched Mel's TEDx Talk, and executives inside of the world's largest brands are using the tool to increase productivity, collaboration, and engagement.

In The 5 Second Rule, you'll discover it takes just five seconds to:

  • Become confident
  • Break the habit of procrastination and self-doubt
  • Beat fear and uncertainty
  • Stop worrying and feel happier
  • Share your ideas with courage

The 5 Second Rule is a simple, one-size-fits-all solution for the one problem we all face - we hold ourselves back.

The secret isn't knowing what to do - it's knowing how to make yourself do it.

©2017 Mel Robbins (P)2017 Mel Robbins

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Good audio, poor content

This book is very repetitive. The rule is nice and there are few good tips but overall it feels quite empty.

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Lecture peu agréable

De bonnes idées dans le livre qui est mine de rien intéressant mais très répétitif et aussi une manière pour l'auteur de s'envoyer beaucoup de fleurs et de s'approprier une idée commune bien qu'efficace comme étant son invention personnelle.
J'ai trouvé la narration presque insupportable mais ça dépend des goûts de chacun, essayez avec l'extrait.

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1...5... Put a name on something

Generally I like this book. But it's seem like a mix with miracle morning. I don't know which one came first. I don't like the idea of putting a name on something that so many people already use everyday and said that it's MY invention I got this idea. Well it's good to share but you do not create this!

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Excellent

Pour celles et ceux qui pratiquent l'anglais, je recommande ce livre . Il est tellement bon que je n'ai pas vu les 7h36mn passer !

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A Must-read Book !

She gets into great details that make everything relevant. It helps me a lot to stop being driven by fear ! I recommand it to anyone !

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Very inspirational reading

A must read & life changing book. I recommend it to anyone who want to gain power on his life.

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AMAZING !

This book is just a life changer ! Everyone should read it. Really inspiring and so True. Mel Robbins is just great 😁 !

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Excelent

Very well narrated. I love it and I cannot wait to put it into practice.

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Excellent

I loved every minute of it. An excellent tool. Inspirational. Easy read and excellent connectable advice.

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great audiobook

Very practical advice and so many examples.

I still preferred the book take control of your life

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  • A. Yoshida
  • 02/04/2018

Count down 5,4,3,2,1... and do it

The 5-second rule is the moment you have an instinct to act on a goal, count down 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and physically move (or your brain will stop you with an excuse). This starting ritual will help to change many of your behaviors. There are 5-second moments all day long - wake up early, exercise, clean up, organize files, pay the bills, do the laundry, don't have that drink, don't smoke, update your resume, and speak up in a meeting. These are all simple actions that can be done (and you probably had these thoughts a hundred times already). Count 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... do it. This is a better alternative to sitting there and worrying or complaining about it. There is no right time or the feeling of being ready; just count down and do it.

There isn't anything earth-shattering about this advice. If you tried it and it does work for you, read the book to stay motivated and be inspired by stories of other people who have changed their lives.

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  • Zac
  • 08/04/2017

I turned it off after an hour.

It's a great tool. 54321 GO! It really does hijack your brain momentarily and get you moving.
However, the book is FULL of fluff. Her reading feedback from her fans about how they've used the '5 second rule' to make changes, over and over and over and over and over again is not my idea of a 'book'. It's a 'Ra Ra' rally and a waste of my time. In the end I found it annoying. The tool however does work to defeat procrastination. You can probably find a blog post or a TEDx talk somewhere that will give you all you need.

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  • Carolina
  • 09/04/2017

Disappointing

After the first five minutes you don't need to continue. The rest is just examples to support this idea. I feel I wasted my credit this month

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  • andrew
  • 12/05/2017

Would have been better as a motivational poster

I tried to listen to as much as this book as I could stomach, but there was just no substance. It was the same exact statement reworded over and over again a million different ways. On top of that the author likes to laugh at her quirks, at odd times.

As I'm trying to listen to it right now, the book is telling me, again, how the rule will help me, without specifying anything else about this rule. There are "volumes and volumes of research proving that it works," which aren't cited.

I would suggest skipping over this book, because the entire book is the author counting down from 5, over and over and over with fluff in between

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  • GDiosdadoE
  • 01/07/2017

unnecessarily long

it is a nice and useful rule, but I think the amount of chapters is too much for the same... it just keeps repeating the same over and over again

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  • Jessica Painter
  • 10/02/2020

Just watch the Ted Talk

I barely got through half of this book, and I decided that I couldn’t move forward. I found it very repetitive and not extremely helpful. Just watch the Ted Talk that inspired this book, implement and move forward with your life.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 04/04/2017

Good concept but couldn't relate

They tell a bunch of stories of other people and the story is said over about 20 min per person and then says the one little instance they used the 5 second rule. It's a book with tons of filler and not much substance

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  • Jessica
  • 30/01/2018

Good concept but really annoying to hear her talk

Would you try another book from Mel Robbins and/or Mel Robbins?

I found her 5 second rule from a Youtube video of her talking about it and I applied it to waking up early. It was the only self help trick that actually gave me immediate results and I was so happy that I beat my habit of waking up late for years. Naturally I thought maybe this book would as inspiring. It is not. I've managed to force myself to listen up to Chapter 12 and find her very annoying after about the first hour of listening. The book is filled with examples of how her listeners have used this rule and not much about the science behind it or how you can apply it to yourself..and if I have to hear her say "5 4 3 2 1" again, I'll shoot myself. Basically there's a lot of fluff and little substance. I believe her main points can be summarized in an article and that a book was not necessary. I haven't gained much from it than what I already know from a quick video that she's done explaining the rule. I found the way she talked really annoying and I don't know how to explain it other than she doesn't sound humble. She sounds like someone that would talk way too much about herself if you had to talk to her in real life.

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  • CKC
  • 05/04/2017

Exhorting mightily.

Good information repeated often so every one can understand. The important point is stated at the outset. A lot of everyday examples but I felt a little beaten up by the narrator at middle of the book. I think the content is important but more effective with a more subtle approach. If you feel the same way, stop for a couple of hours (or days) and return.

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  • L.lasso
  • 08/03/2017

Go

I just did the 54321 seconds rule, I'm writing a review...this alone is frightening for me. I think it's because deep down I always want to write, what I think and feel, but I never bother because I thought about it to much . It's simple and a small start will do, I just did. Thanks to Mel Robbins, I have re-connected within my self to force myself the "GO" push using her 54321. I recommend it to anyone, who desperately wants a change and a chance to find them self again. I totally love her tone of voice and stories she use to demonstrate her point across. The message is so clear, that I'm so glad I was listening. I hope you find my review useful, but most of all, that you find yourself doing the 54321, now Go!

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  • M
  • 02/08/2018

Even next to all the little glitches this book has, it is a must-read!

I loved Mel Robbins from the moment she popped up on my Facebook feed with that getting out of bed story. I learned about the book, but wasn’t too keen on paying for it, because these self help books are most of the time pathetic and tacky. I followed Mel on social media for a while, I subscribed to her weekly e-mail and after all this time letting her motivate me, I decided to read the book.
I’ve read a couple of reviews and they mostly say that she repeats the same sentence over and over again.
Honestly, there are some thing that you will hear repeatedly and there is some tackiness and unneeded drama too, BUT if you look past all that, Mel has done something groundbreaking here, which is she combined all the major culprits that contribute to the misery in our lives, which are fear, anxiety, bad habits, negativity, oblivious mindsets that we have toward our lives and even simple inactivity (read laziness) and she has decoded them all and explained the reasons behind them in a simple and understandable way. And she has then given us a tool to help us deal with all of that stuff. Yes, in the end, it all comes down to willpower, but the 5-second-rule is described as a starting ritual and that’s exactly what it is. The whole book makes you realize that you are responsible for your own life and if you realize that you are the one who can and then really decide to change your life, the 5-second-rule gives you a platform with which you can rise above all the reasons not to do it. It also makes you recognize all the opportunities in a single day that you can take advantage of. Honestly after reading the book I’m able to recognize those moments when I can and should use the rule and I feel more motivated to do it, because now I see opportunities to actually really change everything that is bothering me in my life.
All of the stories that she tells in the book are not irrelevant, but crucial to you not dismissing the power of those 5 seconds, because if you don’t really look into it, as we in today’s society never really do anymore, it does sound extremely stupid. But somehow it works.
I love the book. It inspired me, it motivated me, it calmed my crazy, anxious mind and it gave me hope that all the negative thoughts I have are just my mind’s masterful illusions and that they are reversible.
I also think that someone who hasn’t yet hit the lowest point in their life and hasn’t experienced the stuff she talks about will not fully understand the benefits of this book. But I hope they remember to go back to it, once the shadow comes for them too.
The crying in the end isn’t as dramatic as you would think it to be from some of the other reviews, but it does feel like a marketing trick. Or she could’ve just been tired and emotional after immersing herself into the stories again . Whatever. All in all the book is amazing, it’s up to date with the society and its modern diseases, it’s so wonderfully honest and a good punch in the face and I would recommend it to anyone and everyone.

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  • Raphael
  • 26/03/2017

a lot of fluff and underperforming Narrator

Too much fluff and social media quotes. not enough of the actual promised content (e.g. scientific background on the formula).
+ I don't need the narrator to tell me she's hungry while reading or using many many filler words..

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  • Amazon Kunde
  • 27/06/2017

Many ways of saying the same thing over

I find the principle of this book great, I enjoy Hearing Mel Robbins speak, but after Hearing a few core Statements repeatedly by the 6th chapter, I decided, that I could not waste more time on this and return the book.
Sorry, but I really expected more from this Author

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  • Jochen Günthör
  • 11/08/2018

Repetitive and shallow

Found this book on a list of 100 "must listen to" audiobooks and was intrigued. After downloading and listening I was utterly disappointed by how repetitive and shallow Mrs. Robbins narrates her rule.
Another issue that bothered me were constant customer references. Indeed the whole book to me feels like a collection of customer references.

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  • Andrew Joy
  • 31/07/2018

Brilliant!

Listen to Mel and then simply get busy doing what needs to be done when it needs to be done. This book is a game and life changer.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10/04/2018

Too much crying

Got very emotional at the end, its not a drama book and its rather unprofessional to cry during a book. Could have edited this out, i did mot want to pay to listen to a woman cry

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  • Pawel Szymanski
  • 13/06/2020

This whole book could have been an email.

This whole book could have been an email. It is fine to skip this book.

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  • Amazon Kunde
  • 02/05/2020

Moved to tears

Dear Mel,
Thank you so much for sharing your story with me and everybody. I just love everything about this.
I heard it in two days and there are even now already lots and lots of 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 micro moments to get and show my better me.
I have been faced huge challenging times in the last years and came out of it with some deep wounds but alive.
Most parts of my life are in good order again.
But my heart is so full of longing for my three kids (16, 17, 19) so badly after four years of absolute no contact. I have lost them through all the struggles of divorce and fights.
If I imagine to have heard about the 5 second rule before ... I would have act braver and more honestly.
I feel so overwhelmed now and excited and anyway I will follow my path with this simple but not easy tool.
I will let you know when it will happen that I will meet and hug my „babies“ again.
Love
Konstanze

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  • Amazon Kunde
  • 30/03/2020

Life changing and very entertaining

This book has been life changing. It shifted my perspective.
At first I bought it thinking that such a simple concept could make content for a nice book to listen to but it really is amazing and entertaining. I would recommend the audio version to anyone who is interested in changing their perspective on change and what is possible for themselves. Mel has a unique way of speaking and it didn’t really seem like she was reading from the book but just talking to you like a friend. Do yourself a favour and listen to it!

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  • Digitanos
  • 23/12/2019

One of the most valuable books in my entire life.

The Audible version is really easy to understand. Mel has a very comfortable voice.

Amazing book. I used the tool before I heard the book.

She focuses on the 5 second rule in the first part so can start immediately to use it.

The rest of the is based on life experiences, how you can use it, how it can change your life and what others reached.

It helps me taking control of my whole day, for making decisions, getting things done I don’t want to do, to get focus > to push myself to execute <

Enjoy this book and user it from the first second.