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Ed Mylett

The Ultimate Guide to Happiness and Success

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'The Power of One More' by Ed Mylett is a motivational book that highlights the importance of making incremental improvements in our daily lives. It suggests that by consistently pushing ourselves to do just one more thing, we can achieve extraordinary results and reach our full potential.

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    Take responsibility for your life.

    Let’s face the facts: you’re only in control of so much in your life – everything else is determined by external forces. The One More lifestyle begins with focusing on the things you can influence. So eliminate the worries of these external forces and think positively.

    Gaining resilience and self-confidence and really believing in yourself might require a complete change in mindset – a reevaluation of your identity. And that’s because many people use temporary setbacks as an excuse for quitting or accepting failures. That’s not a good idea because repeated thoughts influence who you are.

    After all, this is how your brain works: for something to become important, it takes repeated thought and visualization. To make a difference, you have to plant the right seeds.

    If you’re constantly thinking negatively about yourself, you’re not going to see the right results. But If you take responsibility for your mindset, you’ll see more opportunities and better results because you replace that fear with confidence.

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    What is The Power of One More about?

    The Power of One More (2022) follows the idea that doing “one more” in any situation can bring you greatness and open up more opportunities.

    Who should read The Power of One More?

    • High achievers
    • Self-improvement seekers
    • Anyone willing to welcome a lifestyle change

    About the Author

    Ed Mylett is an entrepreneur and motivational speaker. He offers advice on how to be your best self and how to perform best based on his experiences as a businessman and father. He’s also the author of Max Out Your Life.

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