I did not like it. It gives a lot of ordinary informations, like using the day to its fullest or to have good plans..ah...! What I disliked most was the fact, that it's quite inconsistent. In one part you're told how good it is to be "now" and that long term plans can be quite useless, because you should expect the "unexpectable" and in the next part the author tells you, that all succesful people had success because they had a longterm plan... I also dislike the fact, that he thinks your're succesful, when you've made a lot of money (at least he tells you all the time how many rich people he is consulting). And be warned: there are minutes of silence in this audio, where you're supposed to write something down. So it's shorter, that you think and appearantly for mp3 players, that lack a pause button... I can't reccomend it!
This book changed how I see the world and all the things, that seemed so "normal" to achieve (bigger, better..) Don't read (listen) if you object Tolle's voice or if you looking for new stuff to add to your "mind". You'll be happier with a "How to...in 7 days" book. Tolle can give you a new way to just "be" but it will not be something your mind could achieve, because it won't let you just be. I found this book to be the most important in my life so far. As long as you judge authors by how they live though (be it on a park bench or in a big home) you're definetly not ready for it.
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