The Miracle Equation: The Two Decisions That Turn Your Biggest Goals from Possible, to Probable, to Inevitable

The Miracle Equation: The Two Decisions That Turn Your Biggest Goals from Possible, to Probable, to Inevitable

Hal Elrod, keynote speaker and author of the bestselling book The Miracle Morning, shares his "miracle equation," the secret to unlocking happiness, success, and your full potential.You Are Only Two Decisions Away from Everything You WantIf you are a regular in the personal development world, you might have heard that anything is possible. Yet "possible" isn't enough to ge...

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Title:The Miracle Equation: The Two Decisions That Turn Your Biggest Goals from Possible, to Probable, to Inevitable
Author:Hal Elrod
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  • Carolinelambie

    Hal Elrod has just launched his latest book ‘The Miracle Equation’.

    If you are the type of person who has big goals and you have been planning your success for years but just haven’t quite got your finger out and realised your dreams this is the book for you. Hal Elrod, wrote the Miracle Morning. The Miracle Morning also has thriving online community who all commit every day to getting up early doing SAVERS (six habits of self-development) which leads them to live dynamic and driven lives.

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    Hal Elrod has just launched his latest book ‘The Miracle Equation’.

    If you are the type of person who has big goals and you have been planning your success for years but just haven’t quite got your finger out and realised your dreams this is the book for you. Hal Elrod, wrote the Miracle Morning. The Miracle Morning also has thriving online community who all commit every day to getting up early doing SAVERS (six habits of self-development) which leads them to live dynamic and driven lives.

    Like the Miracle Morning – The Miracle Equation is a simple but extremely effective system. In fact what is best about the book is it takes this concept and shows you how it works, ‘two decisions that move your biggest goal from possible to probable to inevitable’. Hal just makes this literal equation work: ‘unwavering faith’ and ‘extraordinary effort’ equal ‘miracles’.

    I have personally been involved with the Miracle morning community for over two years and what is good about Hal and his books is they are made up of a simple system, this coupled with an accountable online fb community, helps to keep you on track and gives you support. There is no big secret, no woo woo, just straightforward techniques that work.

    In the Miracle Equation book, Hal uncovers his personal experience of using the ‘equation’ and how it has worked in his life to create great success. Hal has been very close to death twice: first he actually died for a few minutes in a car accident and he has very recently fought aggressive cancer. Hal used these miracle equation techniques to accept his reality and move forward with his life. He has achieved amazing success in every area in his life. He shows you how you can do this too by following these methods.

    It may sound clichéd but this is true: I would recommend this book if you would like to let go of the past, live in the present and create the life you have always wanted.

  • Chip Franks

    THE TOP 10 THINGS I LEARNED FROM THE MIRACLE EQUATION BY Hal Elrod.

    This book is extraordinary--

    While most books change your mind and thoughts, or simply seek to inform...

    The Miracle Equation is the RARE book that actually changes your BEHAVIOR.

    I'm a big Miracle Morning fan, and that was the great thing about it, too: it gave a process to use to make life better.

    While that one gave you a step by step plan to BE better--The Miracle Equation gives you a process (and an equation, of course) to DO be

    THE TOP 10 THINGS I LEARNED FROM THE MIRACLE EQUATION BY Hal Elrod.

    This book is extraordinary--

    While most books change your mind and thoughts, or simply seek to inform...

    The Miracle Equation is the RARE book that actually changes your BEHAVIOR.

    I'm a big Miracle Morning fan, and that was the great thing about it, too: it gave a process to use to make life better.

    While that one gave you a step by step plan to BE better--The Miracle Equation gives you a process (and an equation, of course) to DO better.

    It's the roadmap to do extraordinary things in your life.

    So, here are some of the things that I've learned from Hal Elrod's The Miracle Equation:

    1. How to develop Emotional Invincibility. It's the same process Hal used to accept and be OKAY with being told that he'd never walk again (he did, and then ran a 54 mile ultra-marathon, to boot), AND to remain happy and optimistic when told he'd have a 30% chance to survive his aggressive form of cancer (which he also did). Hal shared three techniques for this.

    2. How to develop a MISSION. This is beyond a regular setting of a goal. It's the ONE thing you're accomplishing in life that will make you into the person you want to become.

    3. What the true purpose of a goal is...and it's NOT the accomplishment of the goal. I KIND of knew this--but Hal put it so beautifully, and it's really inspiring. There really are no failures as long as you keep this mindset.

    4. SIX specific, strategic steps to accomplishing that Mission discussed in #2. From how (and to whom) to make your Mission public, to being able to accomplish the other goals you have as side benefits to your Mission.

    5. The 8 goal categories which matter most--and the criteria you need to use to develop your one Mission (and why it's important that it's ONLY one Mission at a time).

    6. The Miracle Mantra--it's what you say to yourself, each and every day as an affirmation, to help change your behavior and get you to do things you haven't been able to do before. It's actually kind of amazing, and not at all like the affirmations you hear about that are really self lies (money flows easily to me...bs!)--this is about changing our BEHAVIOR, and it actually works!

    7. FIVE ways to develop UNWAVERING FAITH (from the equation)...one of those is the Miracle Mantra mentioned in #6, which may be the most effective way of building that faith within yourself.

    8. Three components to EXTRAORDINARY EFFORT. They're action-based, not what you hear about in the Secret, or 'manifestation' practices...no, these are good 'ole fashioned work, and they actually work. They include taking you out of your comfort zone, because that's how you get better and where the growth occurs.

    9. Simple steps to create your MIRACLE AFFIRMATIONS. You know, affirmations have a bad rap...think Stuart Smalley on Saturday Night Live..."I"m good enough...I'm smart enough...and gosh darn it, people like me!" That is NOT how to do effective affirmations, and this book breaks it down beautifully the RIGHT way to do it. It's how to talk to yourself to make you better, and to direct your behavior into what you WANT it to be. It's pretty magical.

    10. Lastly, this book gives some really good, very solid information you can internalize and USE to get yourself to do what you KNOW you should be doing (especially when you don't FEEL like it). It teaches to get past that resistance.

    I love this book. As much as I loved the Miracle Morning (I've been doing that since 2014), this one is actually more practical in actually getting things DONE in your life.

    And that's pretty priceless.

    GET THIS BOOK, but more importantly--DO WHAT IT SAYS!!!

  • Uzma

    Hal Elrod has done it again! I read his book The Miracle Morning three years ago, and have been following his Miracle Morning community since then. When I heard he was writing The Miracle Equation following his cancer journey, I was intrigued. Hal does an extraordinary job explaining how to turn your biggest goals from possible, to probable, to inevitable. I was skeptical at first that only two decisions can turn one’s goals into results. I loved how Hal breaks down the two decisions: unwavering

    Hal Elrod has done it again! I read his book The Miracle Morning three years ago, and have been following his Miracle Morning community since then. When I heard he was writing The Miracle Equation following his cancer journey, I was intrigued. Hal does an extraordinary job explaining how to turn your biggest goals from possible, to probable, to inevitable. I was skeptical at first that only two decisions can turn one’s goals into results. I loved how Hal breaks down the two decisions: unwavering faith + extraordinary efforts into achieving our biggest goals. The style in which Hal writes makes him very relatable and I appreciate his positive outlook on life. The chapter on becoming emotionally invincible and the 5-minute rule resonated with me the most and I’ve already started applying it to my life. Hal’s explanation that the purpose behind goal achievement is to “develop the qualities and characteristics of a goal achiever.” So it’s not just about achieving a goal, but developing yourself in ways that makes it possible to “achieve a new mindset and behaviors that allow us to make long-term success inevitable.” I’m excited to start my Miracle Equation 30-day Challenge which Hal explains and sets up in great detail. If you like books on goal achievement and want a step-by-step process, then this is the perfect book for you!

  • Mareike | whereisherhead.com

    I first came across Hal Elrod about 2-ish years ago, when more and more youtubers were telling stories of how their life changed since implementing the Miracle Morning he promoted in his probably most popular book (I only know him through that one, so my guess might be bias). I never really gave it a second thought though.

    After listening to a podcast* where he was the guest for the day, it finally clicked and I gave this book a try. I would also claim it's changed my life already, despite it onl

    I first came across Hal Elrod about 2-ish years ago, when more and more youtubers were telling stories of how their life changed since implementing the Miracle Morning he promoted in his probably most popular book (I only know him through that one, so my guess might be bias). I never really gave it a second thought though.

    After listening to a podcast* where he was the guest for the day, it finally clicked and I gave this book a try. I would also claim it's changed my life already, despite it only having been a week or so since I heard his story and read this book.

    The two main principles are

    (in yourself or whatever you want to believe in but it's mostly about believing you can achieve what you want to achieve (even if you're not really believing it, like "I can run an ultramarathon".)

    It really comes down to

    (Henry Ford)

    Wishing and believing go no way unless you start acting. Seems simple enough but this is nevertheless the pitfall why people fail their ambitions. If you want to achieve things you've not done before (say run a marathon, lose 50 pounds), you also have to put in the effort and do things you've not done before (i.e. train and run your weekly miles, track your food and exercise).

    This book is short and easy enough to pick up and maybe take something from it. But as stated in the book (and podcast) itself: Don't become a self-help junkie -- reading for the sake of reading, getting a kick from it and then never act. Start acting and you'll see change.

    *The Podcast was Mind Pump

    .

  • Priscilla

    I'm a Hal Elrod fangirl. Otherwise, I would never have read this book. But I love him so much that I was like, okay, let's see what this miracle equation is about (I had barely any idea what it was about going into this book, as I bought the audiobook on a whim).

    This book was not something I felt was for me, as I don't have "big goals" I haven't already achieved (i.e. moving to Australia) or am not already pursuing (becoming a teacher and becoming a permanent resident in Australia). So listenin

    I'm a Hal Elrod fangirl. Otherwise, I would never have read this book. But I love him so much that I was like, okay, let's see what this miracle equation is about (I had barely any idea what it was about going into this book, as I bought the audiobook on a whim).

    This book was not something I felt was for me, as I don't have "big goals" I haven't already achieved (i.e. moving to Australia) or am not already pursuing (becoming a teacher and becoming a permanent resident in Australia). So listening to Hal was pleasant, but I didn't feel like I needed the advice given.

    However, this book found me at the right time. There was one chapter, and only one, that was really useful, and this chapter is worth a lot of stars by itself, so that's why the whole book is easily a 4-star read to me. My mental health is not going great these days. I just spent one of the worst months of my life, mentally speaking. And then, hearing Hal talk about resilience, about emotional and inner peace, about the "can't change it" mindset, it all clicked. I felt like it resonated so deeply in me. I've wasted a month, not being able to function, because I couldn't find inner peace, because I was feeling so down, because I couldn't see a happy ending to my problems. I'm not sure I can yet, but at least, this book made me accept that I couldn't change things, and accepting this simple reality made everything better. I'm not out of the woods yet, and I will never really be (that's the sad reality of living with anxiety), but at least I have learnt to cope with certain aspects of anxiety thanks to this book.

    Like I said, this book found me. I had no plan of reading it, I didn't even know it existed until I saw it featured on the Audible homepage, and I'm so grateful that it did. I'll listen to that chapter again, that's for sure. I don't ever want to forget it!

  • Paul

    I've read hundreds of non-fiction titles (mostly self help and business). There is absolutely nothing new here, and I think the author would agree with me. Still, it's solid info, told in a nice casual way. The book is absolutely solid in it's approach. It's not particularly memorable for me, but I would certainly recommend it. I haven't read any of his other books, so I don't come to this book with preconceived notions or expectations. Thanks very much for the free advanced copy. I'm sure this

    I've read hundreds of non-fiction titles (mostly self help and business). There is absolutely nothing new here, and I think the author would agree with me. Still, it's solid info, told in a nice casual way. The book is absolutely solid in it's approach. It's not particularly memorable for me, but I would certainly recommend it. I haven't read any of his other books, so I don't come to this book with preconceived notions or expectations. Thanks very much for the free advanced copy. I'm sure this one will sell very well, and help lots and lots of people.

    I appreciate the advanced copy for review.

  • Karen

    I really enjoy using The Miracle Morning routine in my daily life and have seen its power! I also found so many excellent quotes in this book and found it inspiring. That said, I think "The 12 Week Year" says the same thing this book is saying, but 1) already said it many years ago and 2) says it in a way where a more fully developed and measurable plan can be created for personal growth. I will continue using The Miracle Morning routine paired with The 12 Week Year in my personal life. This boo

    I really enjoy using The Miracle Morning routine in my daily life and have seen its power! I also found so many excellent quotes in this book and found it inspiring. That said, I think "The 12 Week Year" says the same thing this book is saying, but 1) already said it many years ago and 2) says it in a way where a more fully developed and measurable plan can be created for personal growth. I will continue using The Miracle Morning routine paired with The 12 Week Year in my personal life. This book received three stars because it was good, but didn't fill a hole that existed in the personal development genre. It says what has already been said.

  • Teacup

    It's a decent book. I actually enjoyed this more than his Miracle Morning.

    This one he delves deeper into the meaning of goals and how to form them. He dedicates almost half the book clarifying and explaining two ideas which he calls the formula for attaining your miracles (goals) (1) Developing unwavering faith which is founded on the belief that you must start with believing you deserve what you're striving for and (2) Putting extra ordinary effort to achieve those miracles over an extended pe

    It's a decent book. I actually enjoyed this more than his Miracle Morning.

    This one he delves deeper into the meaning of goals and how to form them. He dedicates almost half the book clarifying and explaining two ideas which he calls the formula for attaining your miracles (goals) (1) Developing unwavering faith which is founded on the belief that you must start with believing you deserve what you're striving for and (2) Putting extra ordinary effort to achieve those miracles over an extended period of time.

    Last chapters deal with implementing that equation and writing down your goals and then how to maintain them. Those chapters aren't really in-depth compared to the previous ones. He spends more time describing the equation based on experience, examples...etc.

    If you're looking for a purely how-to book similar to GTD then this is not definitely not it. However, where this book shines is definitely raising morale. He does a good job in convincing you that you deserve to achieve your miracles and putting forth the effort required.

    Overall it's a decent book. Not the best but in my opinion worth reading if you're in a slump and require a kick to get started.

  • Kristen Hall

    I respect what Hal has been through in his life and I liked the other books I’ve read from him. This one, however, is a “I’m better than you” lecture disguised as a self-help book... and a repetitive, poorly edited one at that.

  • Emily

    I really enjoyed his first book, The Miracle Morning and was excited to read this one. I found the book to be oversimplified, believe you can do something and work really hard at it. The book was very difficult to get into and had to force myself to continue.

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