If you knew you would succeed at anything you set your mind to...what would you do? Regardless of where you are in your life, Living in Your Top 1% will give you the framework you need to turn your vision into a reality. In this empowering and thought-provoking book, Alissa Finerman shares the most powerful ingredients for success and translates them into nine simple and easy-to-implement rituals. Combining research from the best thinkers in the field with a collection of compelling stories, Alissa has created a comprehensive guide to reaching your true potential.
The book helps to assess where you currently are in your life, identify the areas that you would like to excel in, and develop your own personal roadmap to get there. This includes identifying your core priorities, breaking down the process of pursuing meaningful goals, and teaching you how to overcome obstacles along the way. The book is divided into three sections: Assess, Create, and Implement. Each section includes three rituals that will inspire you to create the reality you want. The nine rituals will challenge you to think differently, take action, and get RESULTS.
Living in your Top 1% is a practical and motivational "how-to" guide that can make an immediate impact in your life. The author has done extensive research in many self-help areas across the board to be able to provide you with a well-rounded framework available in one book. Ultimately, the "laws of success" do not change. The only thing that changes is how we practice them.
The quest starts by asking yourself, "What does my top 1% look like?" You are closer than you think!
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
This is an excellent guide to reaching your true potential. Alissa incorporates her own experiences which is nice and her focus on rituals reminds me of the Aristotle quote: "“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."
Alissa reads the book herself and does a great job - her voice is clear and the reading is well paced. And of course having the author read the book made the experience more personal.
Overall, I really enjoyed this audiobook and highly recommend it. The PDF action plan is also useful.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Living In Your Top 1% is the ultimate blueprint for living a life you can love. We are conditioned as adults to focus on producing income instead of living a life that we are passionate about. Alissa dares to shatter the status quo and encourages others to do the same as she lays out 9 rituals for achieving a life you can love. Her book is already in my library but I decided to get the audio version so that I could listen to it anywhere. I downloaded it on my iPod and spent the first couple of days listening to it on my way to work, on my way home, on my way to the gym, during road trips, and at night as I tucked my son into bed.
My son is 8 years old. When he first listened to the book on my iPod he asked if I would load it on to his iPod. In absolute disbelief, I asked him why and he said because it taught him things he didn't know.
I know that my son is not Alissa's target audience but the ability of her message to resonate with an 8 year old speaks volumes. Her words come to life in this audiobook in ways that can't be explained. I highly recommend this book for those that are dissatisfied with their current life.
There is more to life than grueling hours at work for wages that won't ever compensate for the joy absent from your life. Living in Your Top 1% is the blueprint for discovering a better you by living outside of your comfort zone.
"Open your eyes and look within: Are you satisfied with the life you're living?" - Bob Marley, Exodus
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Except for certain quotes of great men at the beginning of each chapter, this was an obvious read ... Anyone with a commitment to write, and who is over 18years in age, could probably write.
Outstanding book if you ponder and take action steps. To just listen from front to back without action or thought would reduce the value of the information greatly.