Learn how to think like some of the greatest nonconformist minds of our era, and how to question, challenge, hack, and create new rules for YOUR life in this inspiring manifesto to defining success on your own terms.
What if everything we think we know about how the world works—our ideas of love, education, spirituality, work, happiness, and love—are based on Brules (bullsh*t rules) that get passed from generation to generation and are long past their expiration date?
The Code of the Extraordinary Mind is a blueprint of laws to break us free from the shackles of an ordinary life. It makes a case that everything we know about the world is mostly decided not by rational choice—but instead by conditioning and habit.
Blending computational thinking, integral theory, modern spirituality, evolutionary biology, and humor, personal growth entrepreneur Vishen Lakhiani provides a revolutionary 10-point framework for understanding and enhancing the human self. He developed this framework based on his personal experiences, the five million people he’s reached through Mindvalley, and two hundred hours of interviews and questions posed to incredible minds, including Elon Musk, Richard Branson, Peter Diamandis, Ken Wilber, Dean Kamen, Arianna Huffington, Michael Beckwith, and other legendary leaders.
As you learn to integrate Lakhiani’s 10 Laws into your daily life, you’ll never again be fooled into following a rule that doesn’t serve your best interest. You will learn about bending reality. You will learn how to apply unique models like consciousness engineering to help you learn and grow at speeds like never before. You will learn to make a dent in the universe and discover your quest.
Once you discover the code, you will question your limits and realize that there are none. Step into a new understanding of the world around you and your place in it, and find yourself operating at a new, extraordinary level in every way to achieve happiness, purpose, fulfilment, and love.
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Disappointing to pay for something free on YouTube
Not bad, but literally the same thing he says in every single one of his YouTube videos. Certainly not worth paying for anymore.