Peak Mindset

Apply Realistic Thinking When Studies on Happiness Fail to Make Us Happy

Non-Fiction - Social Issues
122 Pages
Reviewed on 07/02/2021
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Author Biography

Said Hasyim is a certified IT project manager with an obsession for finding the best ways to maximize his productivity. After half a decade of arduous self-experimentation and research into bio-hacks, willpower, lifestyle changes, subconscious mind, neuroplasticity, NLP, and sleep routines, Said discovered various methods to improve his productivity. Now, he hopes to share his findings with his readers in his Peak Productivity book series to unleash their inner potential.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Carolina Restrepo for Readers' Favorite

This book proves to the reader just how much power our subconscious has upon us if we take control of our lives; mentally and physically speaking, life would be something else. We would be happier, less confused, and, overall, we would have more confidence in our worth and purpose on this planet. Said Hasyim explains in detail how being affirmative with oneself and our objectives, whether they are present or future objectives, is the key to making our subconscious help us feel better about achieving them. When it comes to our abilities, our mindset is detrimental. The author states just how much influence motivation and our need to improve can have on our tasks and self-improvements. Peak Mindset: Apply Realistic Thinking When Studies on Happiness Fail to Make Us Happy explains everything that we think we know about our minds and our abilities to the extent that we will finally manage to understand the power of our minds and what we tell ourselves daily.

Peak Mindset has helped me more than I can put into words. This book is one of a kind; it explains everything in the simplest way possible by giving examples and telling a story. There is no way anyone who reads this goes away without learning something. Learning how much power we have over ourselves, over our mind and body, is one of the most important things you should do in your lifetime; learning to talk to and encourage yourself is a strategy that will change your life for the better, not only professionally speaking, but personally as well. Said Hasyim has taught me to see my value, to believe in myself, and use that to my advantage; additionally, to become a better version of myself and to always see the positive side of things. Thanks to the author and this book, I will from now on take every opportunity to improve every day and change my life. There is so much more than I can say about it, but you should read it instead and learn according to your life and personality.