Not enough new and original content, however - website recommendations were very useful
website recommendations were very useful
Good for those that haven't heard it before, I've listened to others that are very similar.
The Gratitude Effect is certainly one of the best audiobooks I’ve listened to, and I can confirm I’ve listened to many.
A simple message, timeless and one that we all know. Easy and pure – 'gratitude' is something we all need to apply to our daily lives for even the minor things we sometimes take for granted.
Dr Demartini - what an amazing and fortunate life he has had so far. I also really liked the references to his late wife 'Athena Starwoman' a fellow Australian.
I am now committed to seeing and acknowledging the great things big and small that I experience daily.
I'm very excited and looking forward to seeing Dr Demartini this Saturday 4th August in Sydney. This will be the first time for me to attend a Dr Demartini seminar.
Yes! Repetition makes perfect! I loved the meditations and affirmations.
The author - by taking the extra step that so many do not! Great work . . .
Chapter 6 – the guided meditation on how to make it all happen.
The realization that I can make it ALL happen – if I really put my mind to it!
I loved ‘The Secret’ and this is like an extension of that. After reading Napoleon Hills’ ‘Think and Grow Rich’ and many others in the same league – this is the ideal ‘ADD ON’ to all of the motivational books you’ve read.
Yes. If you have a Dream you can make it come true – have the courage to step outside the square.
Orangising business deals from his dorm room and using the pay phone to contact the Big Wigs.
No - a bit too long for on sitting.
It’s clear from the start that Sir Richard Branson was not ordinary kid! Sir Richard shows great courage at such a young age to embark upon the business world with nothing but Big Dreams and coins in his pocket for the pay phone. This is what the ‘Success Coach Gurus’ preach – take action with what you have at the time – don’t wait for everything to be ‘perfect’ before you start. It’s the theme for the whole book – the courage to just do it! Great listen – I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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