This ranks in my top 10 of favorites, as it has to do with life and living. It contains powerful insights into meeting our potential. Like all spiritually living books (e.g. Bible, Quran, Tao Te Ching, Bahgavad Gita, Book Of Mormon, Tebetian Book Of Living and Dying, Power Of Now, etc..), this will lift anyone to new heights of awareness and spirituality. The book stands on its own, regardless of whether or not you believe in its author or how it came about.
Candid, practical, useful advice that sums up about 50 other self help books combined into one great book. Jen does a fantastic job of motivating and getting me to want to be the best me possible.
Very easy to follow, funny and in your face at times. It is unapologetic in stating what we need to do to improve, while being accepting of our weaknesses.
I laughed many times throughout this book as it struck to the core of my thought system.
If you are into being a better you, this is a book you cannot live without. Well done Jen!
I would recommend this to everyone. I read the original book (and continue to study it), and the audio book does well when I am driving to keep me on task. Profound insights in this book.
My only complaint was it was abridged, and I felt many of the anectdotal experiences in the written book to be just as enlightening as the teachings that were presented. So, in the audio book you miss out on some of these powerful stories, and are presented interpretations or explanations approved by the author to keep the length of the recording down. Regardless, these also help to better understand the material. Like most books of this nature, it requires reading and rereading, listening and relistening to get the most out of it. Truly, amazing insights in this book.
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