Maximum Achievement

Strategies and Skills That Will Unlock Your Hidden Powers to Succeed
by Brian Tracy | 352 pages

As with all of Brian Tracy’s books, this one is ridiculously packed with wisdom. He wrote it 25 years ago (25 years into his journey as a teacher). It’s based on a training program he created called The Psychology of Achievement that he taught to 1 million+ people. It’s a dense, 350-page encyclopedia of Big Ideas to help us jumbo crush it. Big Ideas we explore: the 7 ingredients of success, the Law of Substitution, mining your acres of diamonds, 7 questions that can change your life, moving from positive thinking to positive knowing, treating excusitis, and the secret sauce of achievement (hint: it’s love).


“The system you are about to learn can change your life. This book contains a unique synthesis of ideas, methods, and techniques brought together in one place for the first time. The individual components, however, are not new; they have been learned and relearned throughout all the ages of man. These principles and practices have been tested and proven by millions of men and women, and all great success is based on them.

By integrating these ideas and methods into your daily life, you will feel happier, healthier, and more self-confident. You will experience a greater sense of power, purpose and self-direction. You will be more positive, more focused and more able to achieve your goals. You will get along better with the important people in your life. You’ll be more successful in your career and you will feel wonderful about yourself.

You will learn how to unlock the great untapped reserves of potential that lie deep within you. By practicing the exercises… you will get results out of all proportion to the effort you put in. You will propel your whole life onto a highroad of success, achievement, and greater happiness than perhaps you’ve ever known.”

~ Brian Tracy from Maximum Achievement

This is the fifth Note we’ve done on Brian Tracy’s great books. (Check out Goals!, No Excuses, Focal Point, and Eat That Frog as well.)

I read this one years ago but hadn’t created a Note on it. In Effortless Healing, Dr. Mercola *highly* recommended it so I bought a new copy and re-read it.

As with all of Brian’s books, this one is ridiculously packed with wisdom. He wrote it 25 years ago (25 years into his journey as a teacher). It’s based on a training program he created called The Psychology of Achievement that he taught to 1 million+ people. It’s a dense, 350-page encyclopedia of Big Ideas to help us jumbo crush it. (Get a copy here.)

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