Yes, definitely. This book helps you to understand how to get out of your own way and unlock the power of your dreams.
Learning about how detrimental your "I am" statements can be and using that insight to stop negative self talk. So important!
It's so great to hear an author read his own book. The inflection and emphasis are based on what the author feels is important.
Acting "as if" your dreams have already manifested themselves actually works ... it's crazy, but it does work.
Anyone who works with children should read this, especially mental health professionals.
The case examples and personal stories really added depth and understanding to the concepts.
Yes, and I don't normally read/listen to books more than once. So much good information that it deserves another listen.
That the authors used real-world examples.
All of the information on the Delaney operations run by former gang members and inmates was incredibly powerful and offered tremendous insight into the power of influence.
Yes, definitely. If more people came from the belief that there is plenty, instead of an attitude of scarcity, life would be so much more pleasant.
Realizing that focusing on scarcity is akin to living with a fear-based attitude. This book helps you to see there are options.
Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People was excellent. This book was torture.
Did his best
I had read the comments and saw that others had panned it, but I wanted to listen to it anyway since I needed to be prepared as possible for my dissertation defense. Unfortunately, I couldn't get through it.
The writing of this novel envelopes the listener and draws you into the story.
The raw human emotions behind the story keep you glued to its unfolding.
He helped to express the emotion in the story.
Yes, it was fascinating. I can see why they turned it into a television series.
Knowing it was based on a true story.
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