Game Changers: What Leaders, Innovators, And Mavericks Do To Win At Life
Some people are content with who they are. That’s fine. However, some are always striving to be better, always growing. They believe that if they are not growing, they are dying. They are not trying to be better than anyone else. They are trying to be better than they were yesterday. Better spouses and parents. Better leaders and innovators. Faster, stronger, smarter, wiser. Wealthier, more experienced, more traveled. The list goes on and on and the journey never stops.
Now take that up one level and there are people who aren’t tying to do those things just through brute force. They work tirelessly but they also look for hacks that can help them get there more efficiently. That’s the category in which I find myself. This is a book for crazies like me.
I’m constantly experimenting. I’m always biohacking, testing new supplements, diets, workouts and other things that generally suck and don’t feel great. I’m always looking for ways to expand my mind, find peace and make better decisions. I want more energy. I want to lead better. I want to love more.
I loved this book because it’s full of advice from game changers across industries who are doing extraordinary and uncommon things every single day. That’s the key — doing uncommon things. The way to be uncommon isn’t to occasionally do uncommon things. It’s to do uncommon things all day every single day. It’s about thinking and acting differently than everyone else. That’s what this book is about and it’s exactly what I want to do and what I want to be.
Very few books are perfect and this one is no different. Asprey can be all over the map. Parts of the book don’t exactly flow well. I won’t be be doing LSD or enacting some of the uncommon sexual advice. But there’s so much I will be trying.
This book isn’t for everyone. It’s for those who want to be better than they were yesterday by trying uncommon techniques. If that’s you, get this book today.