I purchased the 30 Days of Discipline ebook many months ago with the intent to create better habits in my life. But even after reading it several times, I made the mistake of not turning the words into action. This was a mistake – and one I finally remedied a couple of weeks ago. So let me tell you what impact this self-improvement book has on my life and share my review of 30 Days of Discipline in the process
What Is 30 Days of Discipline?
30 Days of Discipline: The Bootcamp for Winners is a motivational ebook and mini-bootcamp written by Victor Pride of Bold & Determined.
The book teaches the reader increased self-discipline, confidence and willpower by implementing 12 good and productive habits in your life.
Ultimately, it transforms your mindset to that of a winner.
Many have followed the bootcamp with incredible results. In fact, here is a testimony of one of its readers:
30 Days of Discipline changed my life so much during the past 2 years that everything – starting from my friends (very few now) to my bank account – is fundamentally different. Again, thank you so much for the information you provided. You can’t even imagine how much you helped out a young man with no parents around. I’d be on the street without B&D.— Tony.
You can buy the 30 Days of Discipline ebook on Victor’s website for $14.99 (or 13,19€). It is only available in PDF format.
While reading 30 Days of Discipline, I was surprised to learn that I already included a couple of the proposed habits in my daily routine. This enabled me to focus more on the remaining habits – of which some were a bit more challenging.
But now that I’m close to completing 30 days of the bootcamp, here are some of the things that have changed in my life:
- I take invigorating cold showers. These are healthier and help me to kickstart my day.
- I easily resist the temptation of unhealthy foods, as I adopted the Ketogenic diet instead. No more mindless snacking on junk food. Just 3 meals a day and meat all the way, baby!
- I improved my posture, which – combined with my new eating pattern – resulted in some physical problems disappearing.
As a result, I already feel better, stronger, energetic, more focussed and more confident. And I have retaken control of my own life – which feels great! This book really gives a boost to your self-confidence, but only if you truly commit to the advice contained within.
Pros: Apply the advice, and feel better, stronger and more disciplined!
Cons: A bit short – it leaves you wanting more.
One of the most important questions that people generally want answered in an unbiased review is whether or not the product is worth the money. In this case, the answer to that question purely depends on your point of view.
On one hand, I have to admit that I expected more from the book after finishing it. It is not a big read at all. In fact, you can complete it in about 15 minutes. After all, it is written in Victor’s typical succinct, no-nonsense style. And there is nothing wrong with that. But there is certainly more potential in the entire 30 Days of Discipline concept, and it leaves me wanting for more.
On the other hand, the true value of 30 Days of Discipline comes from the impact it will have on your life after following the advice contained within. And although I got a head start, I do feel I am now better prepared and confident to face any challenges head-on. It will now be easier for me to create other good habits, which in turn will lead to even more productivity and success! Heck, it is because of Victor Pride I even started this website.
And my friends, that feeling alone is worth a hell of a lot more than a couple of bucks.
Would I therefore recommend this ebook to others? Absolutely. Especially to the younger generation of men.
Because if you are a man who feels lost and without purpose, 30 Days of Discipline can certainly get you back on track and improve your confidence. Does it provide solutions for all your problems? No, it does not. But it will sure as hell motivate you to create better habits.
So buy it, read it, apply it, and kick ass! And all that for the price of a couple of shitty Starbucks lattes – that’s what I call a good bargain.
Take care and until next time.