i wish i had a copy of Psycho Cybernatics when i was in high school, my self image was dead and it was constantly under attack by people completely misunderstood me. I am 32 now, and following the steps in this book to setup my school martial arts and finally my own business. i wish Maxwell Waltz alive today!
This book is expertly narrated for one thing. I will be utilizing these tools for years to come. Completely life changing!
I've read quite a few self development books last few years and Psycho - cybernetics impressed me with structure, ideas and actionable excersiezs. I would recommend this book to any one willing to move to the next level of his/her personal development.
Classic timeless principals that are easy to understand. Great application tools and "prescriptions" from the doctor. I have incorporate a couple things into my daily routine based on my first listen. I am going to listen again and now that I know where we are going get a couple more prescriptions I can commit to daily.
This is one of my favorite audio books. I have listen to it multiple times, and it has helped transformed my life.
Overall, fantastic! Reading it for the third time myself. The way I view myself after reading this book has changed forever. This book will reveal to you simply that your self image determines how far you make it in life.
There were only a few instances when I could tell that the book had been updated by Dan Kennedy. I don't fault him for it, in fact, many of the references were simply to modern-day practitioners or examples.
This is definitely a book that you cannot read but once, or twice, or even three times. But one that you must read over and over as you put it into practice.
I would love to see somebody take this book and do a treatise of psycho cybernetics and the cross of Christ. Although the Author references God and that we are created in his image, it is still absent of Christ as the perfect man in whom we should find our esteem and identity. The book borders on idolatry, depending on how you interpret the author's words.