The Mind of Steel Handbook is a rulebook for building and maintaining mental strength. It teaches you what you must do (or avoid doing) in order to be mentally strong.
The way it does this is by outlining 12 rules that determine whether your mindset is weak or strong. These rules are universal and can be applied to any situation in life.
This book gives you clear guidelines for how to build your mental strength and make sure it never goes away.
Have you ever struggled with anxiety or insecurity? Ever felt mentally weak or stressed by the problems you face?
You’re not alone. Everybody wants to have a strong mindset and be ready for anything life throws at you. But what does that actually mean? How can you track whether your mindset is weak or strong?
Mental strength is like physical strength. Anybody can build it, but you need to put in the work and focus on the right exercises.
The short answer is — yes, but with a catch.
I didn’t just sit down one day and “make up” what a strong mindset looks like. I determined these rules based on a lot of research and experience.
These rules were created by combining ideas from:
Stop guessing and start learning.
The level of your mental strength is determined by these 12 universal rules. This book teaches you how to use them to your advantage.
Each chapter explains one rule in detail:
Hi. I’m Phil Janecic, the guy behind Mind of Steel.
In 2014, I started sharing ideas about building mental strength, becoming disciplined and improving your social skills.
My writing was harsh and honest because I thought nobody would actually read it. It turned out that my brutally honest way of approaching important subjects was something a lot of people needed to hear.
Worried about buyer’s remorse? Don’t be.
This product comes with an ironclad 30-day money-back guarantee. If you start reading it and think — “Wait, this sucks. It doesn’t help me at all.” — just shoot me an email and I’ll give you a full refund.
No hassle, forms to fill out or hoops to jump through. I make sure you’re 100% satisfied or I don’t want your money.
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Ryan Holiday, Bestselling Author