It calms your mind and helps you clear your thoughts. I use it to prepare for the day, especially rough/long days.
I like the Grounding Meditation best.
Me, but calm.
No, it made me empty, full, and empty again.
Best Feminism Ever!
Coco of course, but Karbo is quite interesting herself.
No, but I loved her performance. She really creates an atmosphere and brings a lot of energy to the story. She makes it alive like I believe Karen Karbo intended.
The idea that some of the greatest people of our time have "created" themselves literally in their own minds and refused to let anyone correct them.
Great infusion of fashion history in a way that a none fashion buff can also relate to. In fact, I was able to give background info to my husband (who probably didn't care, but pretended very well) about a recent Chanel headline.
Tell me anything useful, but I guess that's why she does consultations. If she just told you in a book like Karen Kingston, you would just do it and maybe enjoy it.
All of it. It makes Feng Shui feel sleazy, like a cheap self help guide instead of an ancient traditional understanding of energy.
If you want a general idea with no explanation of how to do something specific, this is the book for you, Mindreader.
Nope, completely useless.
Michael Hogan's voice is great, very thick and emotional. The story had no point to speak of.
If Michael is reading it and it's free, otherwise no.
Only if the follow-up is a convincing explanation of the point of the first one.
I love free books though.
Re-elect Bill Clinton
The research, effort and the clear ideas and pathways to a better functioning relationship between the government and private sector are awe inspiring.
It's in the top 10 definitely.
Thinking of Steve walking around stinking, long haired and barefoot in 1980s office culture is hilarious.
The whole book lets you into the life and thinking of a genius, how can you not be moved?
I had to stop for a bit before starting the other parts as Steve's lifestyle was invading my own.
Yes, I think I would have gotten lost in a printed version as the concepts are quite complex.
I nearly cried toward the end but I can barely explain why.
Wonderful mind expanding view of our existence.
Yes because I wouldn't have picked it up to read it, but the PDF with really helped too.
David Allen's explanation of how our brains plan naturally.
Great stuff, even though I am not good at it, it has helped me procrastinate less.
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