Making use of my cold objective masculine, I've decided to utilize my inner feminine and 'gift the world' by helping you avoid this book. I feel better already.
I was pretty stoked to listen to this program, but it is beyond disappointing. The author basically has one very tenuous theory that he restates over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again over the course of 5 hours. It's touchy-feely psycho-babble at it's worst.
Hmm with all due respect the book made some sense but sounds like it was written by either a woman or a homosexual hippy. There is very little masculine in this book. If the great men of the present and past listened to it they would have the author killed. The book added no value and was very hard listening. It was more like a mystical hypnosis tape. I would not recommend this book to anyone with testosterone.
I'm just going to have to throw the b*Sh*t flag on this one. This guy spews hours of illogical pseudo-philosophy babble. Not worth the time.
This took every ounce of strength for me to endure two hours of the author's psycho-garbage. Most men today would never relate to the author's thinking. It may have been ground breaking in the hippie era, but I believe we have moved past that time. Don't waste your time because I believe that anything you do as a man will be superior to hearing this book.
Entrepreneur, marketer, Zen Buddhist.
Deida approaches his topic with a take-my-word-for-it attitude. At lot of what he says is questionable. Much of what he recommends probably works for most people. But why it works is not convincingly supported by his philosophy and likely better understood via other approaches. If you like Deida's opinions, you'll probably like this book. If don't share Deida's opinions, this book is unlikely to change your mind, or be an interesting and enjoyable listen.
Age 30, love history. Mostly war stuff.
Men who want to be girly
A leftist agenda that adds to the already overwhelming pussification of men.
Who is this idiot. New age garbage at it's finest. This may be the most inferior man I have eeever heard. The app forced me to give it two stars instead of none.
I wan't my money back
Men might think this book makes sense or sounds good, I checked it out at the insistence of my boyfriend, but i just could not take it seriously.
Okay, I am going to really give The Way of the Superior Man another [listening] chance because of the two excellent and positive reviews.
Recently selected, downloaded and over this past week listened to The Way of the Superior Man I was left with a more confused, further puzzled and more perplexed feeling with every word Mr. Deida spoke.
Okay, I will admit while at work I first listened to the audio book on my iPod and perhaps my full attention could have been a bit distracted from time to time.
However, right now I am pretty much going to give this audio book a negative review and say it is a heapin, helpin of pseudo-religious-philosophical-psycho babble.
Overall, of what I have listened to so far, The Way of the Superior Man sort of reminds me of a classic Frasier episode where Kelsey Grammer (Dr. Frasier Crane) delivers a similar pseudo-philosophical-psycho babble line while delivering a public service announcement over the air during his radio show.....
Ladies and gentlemen, this is a test. This is only a test. Had this been a real emergency, your radio would be melting in your hands....