Not sure yet
I think it was a too "typical" amazing stuff type approach. That message has so oft been repeated that it feels old now. Although I get it and can relate, it needed a deeper approach beneath the obvious "success" surface clues.
Not trying to be negative but it may have been better with an actor's voice. Deeper, lower and maybe slower...
I enjoyed this book and the correlation with the spiritual part of life. I thought the experiments were a unique process for the readers. I confess trying a few with no result, though I'm a big believer.
One negative would be the author reading her own work. Need to have a professional narrate to add meaning.
I would highly recommend this book, especially to learn about manipulation. It is very easy to grasp and highlights how to spot manipulators quickly. It enlightened me to a situation I was in whereby I was being manipulated. I consider myself pretty sharp, but didn't realize how slippery manipulators are.
I wish the section at the end that talks about today's society was longer and maybe that should be a book 2...
Kudos on the book (which by the way, needs better cover art - forgive me) :-)
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