A referral that you have to listen and listen again. Good for everybody. Best buy for real estate businessman. Everything is about the difference between assets and liability. Good investment anyway.
Other examples than real estate.
The difference between asset and liability.
A must have.
When an author tells itself in his book that if you do not believe what is written in the book, than it is due to your ego... Well this is a sentence that sounds everything but scientific!
According to me this is more manipulation than information!
"If you are truly connected to your source, then the power of intention is infinite and whatever you will want this will happen". This sentence contains itself its own limitation and this is impossible to prove! Just take the contra-positive of this sentence: "If you do not get what you want this means that you were not truly connected to your source." And Wayne is going further by saying that the problem is then due to the ego.
1° False: ego is not something that we should fight. Ego is the power of every human being.
2° Dangerous: what has to think all the people having a deadly disease? That they deserve it? This is stupid. And what about a child being smashed in public? Do you think this child wanted this? Do you think all the people seeing the scene wanted this? And what about all these forces joined together that didn't prevent this? It is dangerous to think that you can change the weather just by wanting it! This is just not serious!
I really do not understand how such a guy has been teacher in an university... or was it truly an university?
"Feeling good" = "feeling god"! Damned! I think that Wayne is confusing preaching with teaching! By the way how do you explain this in other languages? This is stupid.
Now beside all these "mambo jambo" thoughts the overall message of Wayne is a message of peace and love. And this is great. He is such charismatic with such a voice… Great!
But do not take all he says for reality! This is a nice fairy tale for adult. Who do not wish to think that the intention comprise all the needed power to get everything you need and want? But this is not true! To be awaken is not to be taken as to be naive! Personal development needs to be attentive and to be proven, not to believe!
Do not take me wrong: this production is great! It is a great… fairy tale!
It is a real university lecture! Quality is there! Transition between the chapters are making the whole book fairly easy to ear. It is a good idea to link this book with a web site dedicated to its content.
Persuasion is not really the point of this book...
Smart, pleasant, good.
I'd like to find a book getting deeper into persuasion! But this one is a really quality lecture!
If it was really about hypnotic sales, I could have rate it more.
Though this work is a good introduction.
But it does not talk about hypnotic sale method...
The most interesting is the overall idea.
The least interesting are some ideas that I do not agree at all... Craig Beck's definition of the ego is to much Yungian for me... The same for his subconscious topic... Hum not convincing at all (even wrong for me!)
If it had really spoken about hypnotic sales method...
As an hypnotherapist I feel this is not a book over hypnotic sale methods...
But this is still a good introduction that I recommend...
You can feel the power of a lifetime experience in these sentences and in the overall construction of the speech. You need to listen to this more than once!
I liked the overall motivation that gives you this ebook.
I didn't liked the fact that it is made of cuts from a two days seminar: to split the personal development part from the rest isn't, according to me, valuable!
It's only a two hours long recording... Everything is worth it!
I listen it four times consecutively! I get addict to it!
This is a must have!
It is short and good enough. It is acted with humor.
Not really. It sounds "like" a classic or is "made" such. It seems to be made of parts of a six day seminar and the cuts aren't well made. It is not profound enough to be sharp. How long will it take you to say: "It is possible?"... 58 minutes?... I am not sure. Even if you explain it!
Les Brown is an unbelievable speaker. He is charismatic and could be nice if he wasn't shouting so loud... He has a sense of humor and use it nicely.
Yes. It is not long. But the fact that it is a compound made of cuts of a seminar make it less productive.
Good to have in your library but not absolutely necessary. To resume: it's possible! But you will not learn anything more than those three words!
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