Book Review: Two Weeks to a Breakthrough

I received the book Two Weeks to a Breakthrough: How to Zoom Toward Your Goal in 14 Days or Less from Lisa Haneberg a few weeks ago as a gift from Lisa (thank you Lisa!).

This is an awesome book.  Go buy it now.

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Unlike many other books with similar titles that you find on the self-help aisle of the bookstore, this book is grounded in cold, hard facts and truths.

The two weeks that Lisa talks about is basically the length of time it takes for you to create a habit and stick to it.

The book provides a base of knowledge for the reader to help get your mind into the right frame to make a breakthrough. Not only do you think about things that you can do to reach that breakthrough, you take all the steps necessary to reach that breakthrough.

Absolutely great book.  Spend $17 and read this book…it could change your life.

7 responses to “Book Review: Two Weeks to a Breakthrough”

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  2. Lisa Haneberg Avatar

    Eric – thanks for the kind words. I absolutely believe that if people put even half the suggestions in play, their worlds will change in amazing ways. I have seen it happen again and again.

  3. ericbrown Avatar

    Welcome Lisa – Thanks for sending the book down…loved it. Keep Writing great stuff like that.

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  6. digitalmindshare Avatar

    I wanna breakthrough…to what, I don't know. But dammit, Eric, if you say I need this book, I'm buying it. What about “Trust Agents?” Why are you hot on that one? Would love to hear your thoughts.

  7. ericbrown Avatar

    It's a good book Gene…we both know you need a breakthrough 🙂

    Trust Agents is a great book (so far). From what I've read so far, it's taking real world experience & knowledge of how social media tools can be used (and how to approach their use). Check it out. You'd like it.

    You can get a feel for the book from Chris Brogan's website (