The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life

The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life

Legendary leadership and elite performance expert Robin Sharma introduced The 5am Club concept over twenty years ago, based on a revolutionary morning routine that has helped his clients maximize their productivity, activate their best health and bulletproof their serenity in this age of overwhelming complexity.      Now, in this life-changing book, handcrafted...

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Title:The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life
Author:Robin Sharma
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  • Jagadish

    This fiction book with teaching and importance why to wake up at 5 am.

    Join the 5 am club,own your morning .Elevate your life( theme of book).

    The story revolves around the person artist and entrepreneur both attend the teaching of spellbinder (motivational speaker) and where they meet billionaires (Mr.Riley stone)

    Both entrepreneur and artist will fall in love,the journey of learning about technique of 5 am club and other self help techniques by Billionaire

    The story t

    This fiction book with teaching and importance why to wake up at 5 am.

    Join the 5 am club,own your morning .Elevate your life( theme of book).

    The story revolves around the person artist and entrepreneur both attend the teaching of spellbinder (motivational speaker) and where they meet billionaires (Mr.Riley stone)

    Both entrepreneur and artist will fall in love,the journey of learning about technique of 5 am club and other self help techniques by Billionaire

    The story travel to various place Mauritius,India to visit Taj Mahal , Rome in Italy,Brazil (Sao Paulo) and South Africa for Robbin island ( place where Nelson Mandela jailed ). For learning the technique and importance of 5 am club .

    The key technique are

    A)The 3 step success formula by starting with better awareness lead to better choice and the finally better result .

    B)The 4 focuses of history makers

    1. Capitalisation Iq

    2. Freedom from distraction

    3. Personal mastery practice

    4. Day stacking

    C)Four interior empire Mindset (psychology),Heartset ( emotionality),healthset( physicality),Soulset( spirituality)

    D)The habit installation protocol for 66 days minimum to reach automaticity point ( for any habit to become our second nature)

    Stage 1 ( 1 to 22 days) - destruction phase

    Stage 2 (23 to 44 days)-installation phase

    Stage 3( 45 to 66 days)-integration phase

    E) The 20/20/20 Formula deconstructions from 5.00 AM to 6.00AM

    Pocket#1 5.00 Am to 5.20 Am for Move

    Time for doing intense exercise and sweat heat to boost your metabolism and cleanses cortisol level and BDNF rise

    Pocket#2 5.20Am to 5.40 Am for reflection

    Time for doing journal,mediations,plan,contemplate

    Pocket #3 5.40 Am to 6.00 Am for grow

    Time for review goals,read books,audiobook and podcasts

    Which improve knowledge and confidence boost.

    F) The 10 Tactics for Lifelong Genius

    Tactic #1: The Tight Bubble of Total Focus (TBTF)

    Tactic #2: The 90/90/1 Rule

    Tactic #3: The 60/10 Method

    Tactic #4: The Daily 5 Concept

    Tactic #5: The 2nd Wind Workout (2WW)

    Tactic #6: The 2 Massage Protocol (2MP)

    Tactic #7: Traffic University

    Tactic #8: The Dream Team Technique

    Tactic #9: The Weekly Design System (WDS)

    Tactic #10: The 60 Minute Student

    G)The twin cycle of elite performance are High Excellence Cycle and Deep Refueling Cycle

    H) The five asset of genius are mental focus,physical energy,personal willpower,original talent and daily time .

    THE LEGENDARY PERFORMANCE EQUATION:

    PRESSURE × REFUELING = GROWTH + ENDURANCE

    Becoming legendary is all about sustainability.

    GCA: Gargantuan Competitive Advantage:True depth as it relates to how you think, behave and deliver. Healthy perfectionism—and an unyielding quest to be the best that you are capable of becoming.

    Some interesting neuroscience term transient hypofrontality, human growth hormone production,BDNF—brain-derived neurotrophic factor.

    This book have lot of quotes and you can keep rising daily 5.am as upcoming goal for this new year.

  • Vishnu Chevli

    I admire the writer for attempting a new concept of sharing motivation idea in a fiction way to get readers interested in it. The author has shared a beautiful concept to develop inner power to get external achievements. It also shares how should we develop our inner power by following daily rituals. 5 AM club doesn't only share the benefits of waking up early but it shares how powerful it impacts on our rest day activities. The book helps to develop the habit of rising early and also shares wha

    I admire the writer for attempting a new concept of sharing motivation idea in a fiction way to get readers interested in it. The author has shared a beautiful concept to develop inner power to get external achievements. It also shares how should we develop our inner power by following daily rituals. 5 AM club doesn't only share the benefits of waking up early but it shares how powerful it impacts on our rest day activities. The book helps to develop the habit of rising early and also shares what we should do after waking up. The writer has focused on the importance of phycology, emotions, physical strength and spirituality. He has shared the method of developing it and use it to achieve all our desires.

    The concept is beautiful the writer could have avoided fiction story or could have given less focus on it. Many times content deviated from its core point. There were places where the writer got into over-detailing which lost the main point of motivation. It also seems the material could be reduced if the writer could balance the main topic and story.

    I feel one should read the book at least once. If the reader find book heavy, they can avoid starting chapters and jump to later chapters to get the core idea of the book.

    I will give 4 out 5 stars to Robin Sharma's 5 A.M. Club.

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  • Ashok Rao

    You must have read many self-help books. I have too, but I always prefer biographies to self-help books. The reason being they all sound the same. So I am pretty surprised with this book. It has actually helped me with my goals. One particular quote from the book which really worked for me is, "Stop managing your time and start managing your focus." Isn't that true? I mean, don't we talk about time being the most valuable thing. Well, what is the use of being disciplined if you don't know what y

    You must have read many self-help books. I have too, but I always prefer biographies to self-help books. The reason being they all sound the same. So I am pretty surprised with this book. It has actually helped me with my goals. One particular quote from the book which really worked for me is, "Stop managing your time and start managing your focus." Isn't that true? I mean, don't we talk about time being the most valuable thing. Well, what is the use of being disciplined if you don't know what you want in life. Now, how has this book helped me? Well, I am member of The 6 AM Club now but I am definitely on my way to join The 5 AM Club. See you there.

  • Nicole Donadio

    Unnecessary and boring prose with a story so outlandish it makes it hard to read. Would have been much easier and engaging if it were written as a good-old-fashioned non-fiction/self-help/psychology book.

  • Elias

    Disappointed. I was expecting a straightforward book with clear advice. Instead, I got a book with boring characters.

    Not recommended.

  • John Lawchamp (YouTube)

    I finished this book and I can honestly say that this wins the “worst book award of the decade.”

    For some who states that it took 4 rigorous years to create this manuscript, I would be embarrassed.

    You want to know the takeaways without reading a terrible story....

    Well here it is

    Wake up at 5am

    20/20/20 Formula is about breaking that golden hour into 20 minute blocks

    20 intense workout

    20 meditation/reflection

    20 grow (as In learning from books, et cetera)

  • Andrea

    This is the worst book I have ever read.

  • Sarnfield

    Instead of writing a short, succinct book explaining his theories and methods accompanied by true anecdotal supporting evidence and which could have been used as a handy reference guide, the author has chosen to mire this information in a fictional account that is both poorly written and just plain annoying. Take for example this line of dialogue — “...That groovy cat was a pretty gnarly dude.” This is the tone of the dialogue throughout — phoney forced jive talk. If I’d had to read one more “an

    Instead of writing a short, succinct book explaining his theories and methods accompanied by true anecdotal supporting evidence and which could have been used as a handy reference guide, the author has chosen to mire this information in a fictional account that is both poorly written and just plain annoying. Take for example this line of dialogue — “...That groovy cat was a pretty gnarly dude.” This is the tone of the dialogue throughout — phoney forced jive talk. If I’d had to read one more “anyhoo” I might have pitched the book across the room. As it is I skimmed the last couple of chapters, it was all too much. One thing I did learn — I won’t be getting up at 5am any time soon.

  • Venky

    Robin Sharma’s latest work “The 5 A.M Club” (“the book”) presents itself as a formidable contender for “The Worst Book of 2018” award. Extraordinarily insipid, extremely uninspiring and inexplicably long-winded, the book is well served remaining unread! Replete with borrowed quotes, resonating with irrelevant similes, and riding on a by now familiar philosophy, Robin Sharma feebly and futilely attempts to package old wine in a new bottle. Unfortunately, the damaged quality of the bottle deterior

    Robin Sharma’s latest work “The 5 A.M Club” (“the book”) presents itself as a formidable contender for “The Worst Book of 2018” award. Extraordinarily insipid, extremely uninspiring and inexplicably long-winded, the book is well served remaining unread! Replete with borrowed quotes, resonating with irrelevant similes, and riding on a by now familiar philosophy, Robin Sharma feebly and futilely attempts to package old wine in a new bottle. Unfortunately, the damaged quality of the bottle deteriorates the very essence of the wine.

    So what exactly is the “5.00 A.M Club?”

    A. A simple, ordinary message stretched to an unimaginably inordinate degree

    The message being dished out by Mr. Sharma is neither innovative nor novel. The basic idea being to jump out of one’s bed at 5.00 A.M in the morning and perform a set of activities involving the exercise of both mental and physical faculties. THIS IS IT both in a nutshell as well as in the philosophy’s entire expansion. However, what could have been ensconced within a precise tract or even a pamphlet is extended, elongated and elaborated in a most painful manner that makes a reader plough through 314 excruciating pages. The fact that in a book titled “The 5.00 A.M Club”, it takes 51 pages for a character to actually wake up at 5.00 A.M speaks volumes about the peripheral irrelevance that masks the core matter.

    B. A story that is totally irrelevant

    In order to convey a purely simplistic message, Mr. Sharma bizarrely elects to employ a story telling method which exasperates and enervates the reader to an infuriating degree. Yes, you really become tired reading (or at least trying to) the book. It is an unenviable chore trudging through a morass of pages that has at its centerpiece three characters. An entrepreneur who comes perilously close to taking her own life, courtesy an attempted investor coup before a seminar transforms her. Wearing bracelets with inspirational quotes etched on them, she signs on to become a member of the 5.00 A.M Club. She is joined in this endeavor by an artist who keeps fidgeting with his dreadlocks when not repeatedly mouthing “def” for “definitely. The mentor for both the entrepreneur and the artist is a quirky billionaire who when not mouthing quotes picked from Gibran to Seneca or doing dervish whirls and hand stands, spends time taking his two students on freewheeling tours to Mauritius, India, Italy and South Africa, imparting the tenets of the 5.00 A.M club. To assist him in this endeavor he keeps addressing his students as “cats” while himself using surfer slang such as “gnarly” to such a liberal extent that the reader feels like taking a sail boat over the book!

    C. Pareto Principle in Action with Corny Passages

    80% of the book is an astonishing exercise in futility. A communication that could have been accommodated within 20-30 pages takes up a whopping 314 pages. Pages that are packed with passages so reeking with irrelevance that they are enough to make the reader tear her hair out in sheer white frustration! Sample this:

    “The artist laughed as a baby gecko jaywalked across a broad plank. He took off his black shirt in the dazzling sunshine, exposing a Buddha-sized belly and man breasts the size of fleshy mangoes.”

    “…. she admitted as the skin on her forehead scrunched together like a rose contracting in the cold.”

    “. the artist interrupted with all the energy of a puppy seeing its owner after a long day alone.”

    D. Invest in a book of quotes instead

    In addition to beginning every chapter with a famous quote, the book strings together sayings at a speed which would put even the reproductive capabilities of rabbits to total shame! Quotes by the renowned and the reviled fly at you from all angles making both deflection and assimilation equally impossible. One would do well instead to invest in a book of quotes and peruse the same meticulously.

    E. Read these Alternative Books

    The 5.00 A.M club borrows liberally from the philosophies of luminaries such as Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and also pop psychologists such as Malcolm Gladwell. In the event one manages to get through the tedium and torture of the “5.00 A.M Club”, the following books may serve as the perfect antidote:

    • “Flow” by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi;

    • “The Power of Habit” by Charles Duhigg;

    • “Eat, Move, Sleep” by Tom Rath;

    • “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen Covey;

    • “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill;

    • “The Empires of the Mind” by Dennis Waitley

    • Read these Alternative Books

    F. The George Orwell Rule

    Mr. Sharma, while meticulously putting together the powerful sayings of many greats who have trod on this Planet, seems to have missed out on a set of most important rules – the immortal Six Rules laid down by George Orwell. One of the rules postulates, “If it is possible to cut a word out, always cut it out.”.

    If only this rule was followed the “5.00 A.M club” would have been an eminently readable book.

    The “5.00 A.M Club” – deserving of a pass.

  • Emma Sea

    wow, this is

    . The ludicrously bad story woven around the ultimately blog-post-sized advice has some of the worst writing I've ever experienced. Wow.

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