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Publisher Description

The Motivation Manifesto is a pulsing, articulate, ferocious call to claim our personal power. World-renowned high performance trainer Brendon Burchard reveals that the main motive of humankind is the pursuit of greater Personal Freedom. We desire the grand liberties of choice - time freedom, emotional freedom, social freedom, financial freedom, spiritual freedom. Only two enemies stand in our way: an external enemy, defined as the social oppression of who we are by the mediocre masses, and an internal enemy, a sort of self-oppression caused by our own doubt and fear.

The march to Personal Freedom, Burchard argues, can be won only by declaring our intent and independence, stepping into our personal power, and battling through self-doubt and the distractions of the day until full victory is won.

Recalling the revolutionist voices of the past that chose freedom over tyranny, Burchard - at times poetic yet always fierce - motivates us to free ourselves from fear and take back our lives once and for all.

Brendon Burchard
hr min
December 28
Hay House

Customer Reviews

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Wow, Brendon you're amazing, thank you so much for this book. I'd recommend this book to everyone, this is my new favorite song!!!

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Slimy Scheme

Last night, I had a terrible, unpleasant experience with productivity guru, Brendon Burchard.
On January 29th, he sent out an email saying - You all loved transformation week so much that we’ve decided to share my ENTIRE Wellness Master Class with you at NO COST over the next 10 days. I’m sharing the ENTIRE course via my podcast as well as via video on this page. But fair warning: Each episode is only up for 72 hours, so enjoy it now.
Fast forward to yesterday, no new email sent out about Day 3, it was still locked, no Day 3 on the podcast! As I researched further into it, I found out that he shared a broken link to the class (because you had to sign up within 48 hours - if you miss out on the window of time, you have to pay $99 for the class) and he wanted to make sure that people missed that window of opportunity. One person said that it worked if they clicked “Back To Home” and when someone complained, he shared a 2nd link and there was a third, link, when people still didn’t have access to Day 3. People thought they signed up, but it didn’t take. I called them out on it and last night, the link was fixed within 15 minutes, and the podcasts are up this morning, after I told them I was contacting the attorney general. Last night I took a photo at 8:23 and only Day 1 and 2 were up. And 9:42 they deleted Day 1. I got an email in between those times at 8:29, referring me to another website. They completely blew me off. At 9:38 I told them I was contacting the attorney general, which is why by 9:42 they had deleted Day 1 and fixed the broken link. They could have gotten away with passing the buck to the other website, but that didn’t explain the podcasts not being up, as promised. Then later they hid one of my comments and then when I called them out on it they unhid it. And then after a while I was unable to tag the people I was communicating with, exposing his scheme.
These slimy business practices are all too common with people like this.
And the most tragic thing to me is that they can say great things, but once they do something slimy, it loses its power.

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