Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds

Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds

by David Goggins

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ISBN-13: 9781544512273
Publisher: Goggins Built Not Born, LLC
Publication date: 12/04/2018
Pages: 364
Sales rank: 53
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.10(d)

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Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous 28 days ago
This book is different than the generic self help books that we have all read. Take 20% off coupons from 100promo.com
Anonymous 3 months ago
David Goggins' book radically changed my view on life. It helped me to understand my violent upbringing, the fearful life I lead, the reservoir of regrets, and the man I look at in the mirror. Moreover, Goggins helped me to redefine pain and success. Pain is not an impenetrable wall: it is meant to be scaled. Success isn't about a trophy; it's the sense of personal pride over taking a soul, or accomplishing what I set out to do. I am convinced I've seen or read every interview from David Goggins before reading this book. I wondered how much more could there be to his story. After reading the book, there is a hell of a lot more. The story connects the monumental pillars of his accomplishment with the real-life pain, rejection, disappointment, effort, blood, sweat, and tears that went into his successes. It's as real as it gets. The book makes you want to shield the young boy that he was and aspire to be the man he is today. All in all, I would strongly recommend this book to any one.
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Anonymous 16 days ago
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Chris Peltzer 20 days ago
I've watched and listened to David in numerous podcasts and have always wondered what made this very intense, straightforward, driven individual who he is. And now we have it. This is an awesome read and I can relate with him on many levels with what he discusses; especially his early childhood. I read some of the other reviews who were put off by his prolific use of profanity. All I would is that one, they weren't paying attention to what he was saying and secondly, to put it bluntly, get over it. David is as real as it gets, he doesn't sugarcoat anything. Some also indicated he was a bit too extreme, which he readily admits, but he's not saying that people should be like him. He's saying don't give up so easily when things get a little uncomfortable. Push yourself. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable. That doesn't mean go out tomorrow and run a one-hundred-mile race if you never ran more than a mile in your life. Do something small. Challenge yourself to read a hundred pages a day; if that's too much, start with twenty and work your way up to a hundred. Before you know it, you'll be reading four to five (possibly more) books a month.
Anonymous 22 days ago
Awesome!
Anonymous 1 days ago
Quick read, but packed with inspiration.
Anonymous 2 days ago
I'm happy for David, and I know that he will continue to pursue greatness in his own way, which is great. I only hope that his personal relationships don't suffer too much, in other words, I don't want him to experience another setback in terms of a divorce or other family matter. This was a great read though. Be safe and stay warm!
klcreader 3 days ago
Great book! Inspiring as hell. If you don't like profanity, don't read it, but if you want a gritty account of one man and his self-motivated drive for something beyond mediocrity, this is it. It makes me push a little harder in my day to day life, realizing how much more we can all accomplish-and how much more pain and discomfort we can all endure-than we think we can. Great stuff! And check out some of his talks on You tube for further inspiration.
Anonymous 5 days ago
Must read, lifechanging
Anonymous 7 days ago
Inspiring read and unique approach
MontanaCowgirl1 8 days ago
This is an excellent book! This book is raw and real so if that upsets you then please pass this one up. As for me, this book helped me immensely. I highly recommend this to anyone who lives in the real world and wants to change their life.
Anonymous 11 days ago
Couldn’t put it down
Anonymous 13 days ago
Worth reading
Anonymous 15 days ago
This is the one of the best books I have read. Inspiring story. Great differentiation between MOTIVATION and being DRIVEN! This book hit it's mark. David Goggins is the real deal and a complete psycho - in the best way possible - he is figuring out the absolute limits of the human mind... conducting experiments on himself. I loved this book. If you want to take control of your mind, this book is all you will need to get started.
Anonymous 15 days ago
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