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Mental Toughness: 6 Steps to Build the Strongest Mindset for Life and Become Totally Unstoppable! +7 Day Mental Toughness Challenge and Assertiveness Training. Master Self Discipline!

Narrated by: Tim Edwards
Length: 1 hr and 37 mins
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Within this easy-to-understand book, you will learn everything you need to become mentally tough. You will also learn:

  • What mental toughness is and what mental toughness is not; 
  • The traits of mentally tough people
  • How to apply the traits of mental toughness in your life
  • Effective, practical exercises to strengthen your mental tough muscle
  • Tips from those in the military, sports, and business worlds on how mentally tough they are and the importance of being mentally tough
  • Jump-start your mental toughness journey with the seven-day mental toughness challenge
  • Ways to be mentally tough in common scenarios
  • How to be mentally tough no matter what happens in your life! 

If you are tired or weak and frail or if you need a way to bolster your already strong mindset, then Mental Toughness is for you! By the time you finish listening to this book, you will be armed with tools, resources, and knowledge to help you become a stronger and mentally tough person. This is not just some book that gives you general ideas about being mentally tough. This book includes interactive activities that will help you be a better person no matter your what your IQ, education, personality, or income is. Do not delay any longer! You were born to be mentally tough, and this book will show you how!

©2018 Luke Caldwell (P)2018 Luke Caldwell

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  • Pearl
  • 12-01-19

Really insightful with good examples.

This book causes me to profoundly make a few information investigation effectively. I would recommend it to those looking for mental self improvement. Really insightful with good examples.Listen it twice and still learning more insights. This is so great book and I so love on how it was written. Too simple however it gives us a great understanding.

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  • HR01
  • 27-02-19

I'd like more information

I just finished the Audible version of Mental Toughness by Luke Caldwell. I would suggest that prior to purchasing this, you do a little research. Keep reading...

The truth is that this is a "one star" book. I gave it two stars only because I assume many potential buyers automatically discount one star reviews, assuming the reader/listener is biased, had some problem with delivery, etc. In terms of content, this book is extraordinarily superficial, lacking in focus, and not obviously supported by any kind of rigorous study or academic research. Maybe the author is extremely well-read and highly educated. You decide. The contained information could have been gleaned from a quick web search or simply by reading chapter headings of some real books on the topic. As an example of the level of detail and instruction you will receive in this book, consider the "chapter" describing 15 pieces of advice from "mentally tough" people. By the way, these people are anonymous. The advice from these "anonymous" people? Avoid caffeine. Say "no" to things that interfere with your goals. Etc, Etc. How about the chapter describing the 7 day mental toughness challenge? Drive home from work using a different route. Eat something different for dinner. Etc, etc. No further development or explanations. Also included in this very short book is some parenting advice. The book concludes with a series of vignettes. These apparently help you test your "mental toughness" by choosing the correct multiple choice response. The examples are ridiculous. You child is not a good basketball player but is a member of a good team. The team loses the championship game and some players use your child as a scapegoat. You encounter a rude person in a convenience store. This is such an odd book. It casts a very wide and superficial net over a variety of self help topics but offers no depth or expertise.

I wondered how so many people could give this book 5 star reviews when, in reality, it is such a poor book. I wondered why this author released a number of self-help books within such a short time period, all of similar short length, and all supported by roughly 25 or 30 five-star reviews. Note: I have not listened to any of the other similar length books, but I did read the reviews for several of the other audio books by this author. Interestingly, the 5 star reviews seem to follow a pattern. For one book, the five star reviews come from reviewers giving a first name only. For another of his books, five star reviews come from reviewers giving first and last names only. For another book, the five star reviews come from reviewers who leave first name, middle initial, last name. Why aren't the five star reviews coming from reviewers with different types of user names? Why do all the five-star reviewer names seem to follow a pattern? Why doesn't anyone use a number as part of the user name? I honestly don't know the answers to these questions. I would, however, suggest that you investigate this yourself.

I was also unsuccessful in finding out much about the author. What are his credentials for authoring all these short self-help books? Again, I don't have the answers, but would recommend that before you invest money, you consider trying to find out for yourself.