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

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

By Martin Meadows

  • Release Date: 2015-08-04
  • Genre: Psychology
Score: 4.5
From 796 Ratings


How to Get More Motivated, Set Bigger Goals, and Achieve More by Thinking Bigger

Have you ever wondered what separates people who think bigger from people who set their bar low? What makes one person accept low standards and another person to constantly raise them?

Why does one person strive to build an international organization affecting the lives of millions of people, while another person is content working her entire life as a clerk? (Not that there’s anything wrong with being a clerk!)

Why is one person challenging herself to run marathons, train her body and get fitter, while another is happy living a sedentary, unhealthy lifestyle?

What drives a person who’s optimizing every single aspect of her life and what causes another person to maintain the status quo?

You can say, “Well, the answer is simple enough – one person is ambitious, while the other one is not.” But what exactly causes it? And most importantly – how do you become more ambitious and think bigger? Is it something you’re born with and can’t change, or is it something over which you have control?

I found this topic so fascinating I decided to find out the answer for myself and write a book about it. This book is the result of my research about people who think big and the science of being more ambitious.

Here are just some of the things you will learn from the book:

- What key things you need to inspire yourself to think bigger, and more importantly, achieve your big goals.

- Why you need a “why,” and what kind of motivators will set you up for success (hint: attaining money or status are some of the least motivating goals possible).

- The single most important thing to thinking bigger. If you don’t have it in your life, you will sabotage your efforts – guaranteed.

- What the chimp is and why you need to learn how to control it to get yourself motivated and work on your big goals. You can be making things hard for yourself without being aware of it.

- How to cultivate the art of strategic laziness to achieve more while doing much less than other people (why work so hard if you can get better results by being lazy?).

- The seven most important triggers of flow – a state of perfect focus where the magic happens.

- The secret of achieving the impossible is not really such a secret, but most people tend to forget about it and get overwhelmed by their goals.

I wrote this book to increase my motivation, teach myself how to think bigger and learn how to raise my standards. I hope the answer I found will help you as much as it has helped me.

You can also learn how to find motivation to become the best version of you. Scroll up and buy the book now.

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  • Thumbs up

    By Smoking aces 9000
    Motivation and inspiration at its finest
  • Props to the author.

    By Migue.Ford
    I found it inspirational, motivational and simple.
  • I love this book

    By sotty23
    Excellent thanks good job Martin
  • Great book

    By Faireagle
    Learned a lot about what to do to improve myself. Thanks
  • Thank you!!

    By TeeDeniece
    I enjoyed this book from start to finish! I am currently in the process of learning more about how to change my mindset and this book has kicked off a desire to seek more books like this one! I appreciate the suggestion of similar authors as well!
  • Think Bigger review

    By krisreads
    I highly recommend this book. The author does a great job explaining how to achieve goals and adding great value to ones life.
  • Good, easy read.

    By O.G. Blunts
    Good points, easy to read. Even if it’s stuff you already know it’s the type of material that doesn’t hurt to hear again. Plus it’s a free read. Can’t go wrong.
  • just read it and you will see

    By jimmy28282828
    i promise you won't
  • Motivating

    By renbircs
    Was a motivating and direct book ans easy to read.
  • Great book for all age groups!!

    By Dustyshoes
    Very quick read with extremely powerful points and reminders. The author does a great job getting to the point and keeping you engaged. I enjoyed the book so much I had my daughters, ages 14, 13 and 10 read it. They are about halfway done, but are getting a lot of value out of it! I highly recommend this book.