Author Mike Dooley's conversational, inviting tone welcomes readers at every level of self-development into the wonder of their own self-directed futures.
©2009 Mike Dooley; (P)2009 Simon & Schuster
This is a good book to help people to move forward by not worrying about how. Here is the explanation of why we need to stop worrying about how we're going to do something before we even begin the journey. Everyone knows the journey is the real adventure. We must begin to move forward rather than not moving at all.
I wish I had read the other reviews before buying this "book." I'd read "Infinite Possibilities," by the same author, which I rated a 5, so I thought this would be just as good. It was really stupid, though, and with no continuity, it was hard to even get through.
I'm a self-help spiritual junkie, but this book just did not appeal. I found it corney, a bunch of drivel. Sorry!
This is merely a restatement of the book Notes From the Universe" book one. Stated a little differently but just a repeat.
What Mike writes about thoughts and their impact on our life is universally known but also universally forgotten during times of stress and difficulties. Being vigilant of what we think can get us back on track quickly, and eventually help us get our mental footing. I love the fact that he reads his own audiobooks books. His voice makes the words come alive.
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