This business of changing habituated thinking patterns is really the business of eliminating the same old tired excuses. People are forever using excuses and defending those excuse patterns as if they were actually true. But there are no excuses worth defending ever, even if they've always been part of your life.
This audiobook represents Wayne's effort to help anyone whose self-defeating thoughts are persistently present to learn how to discard those old thinking habits - and discover the infinite possibilities of life!
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It had been a long time since I had read Wayne Dyer. He's got a great life story and is very sincere in his philosophy of looking honestly at what's going on and creating the life you want. This book had a lot of references to the wisdom of the Tao (not sure how to spell it) so that's next on my list. Very inspiring - highly recommended!
If you haven't kept up with Wayne, get this book!
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It was very repetitive, and I felt like Wayne started to explain but then left out all of the examples. I think listeners need instructions on how to apply what they are learning, not try and figure it out on their own.
I have not.
I couldn't finish it.
Yes! I learn more every time I listen. It is like enjoying a great bottle of wine, one sip at a time!
I still re-read every one of his books and learn more each time. That just it.
Not that bad but couldn't finish it.
There is a lot of science to back up Dr. Dyer's conclusions but he ignores that and goes on faith
Yes Dr Dyer has a great voice and his narration brings the book to life.
Dr Dyer mention 2 books, the biology of belief and virus of the mind. They are great additions, to anyone in search of themselves.
The example he gave about his son.
imagine what I can achieve if i could just let go of my excuses.
I am a fan of Dr Dyer work, I have truly learnt heaps form him. I love this book.
thank you Mr Dyer!
Breaks down how to overcome our common excuses. Explains why most of our habits are formed.
Excellent voice and timing.
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I've listened to heaps of teachings by all sorts of teachers, especially those from the movie 'The Secret'. I wanted to give Wayne Dyer a go by purchasing this audio programme but... somehow he just doesn't teach very eloquently. There's a lot of teachings on the Tao (Taoism) and all sorts of short stories along the way but in the end I had a big question mark on my head -> what was this guy trying to teach about again?? It's not a terrible audio programme but really not that great either. I'd personally wouldn't recommend this to anyone really. You'd get much better value with material from The Teachings of Abraham (Esther and Jerry Hicks) and other really good ones like Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith, Jack Canfield or Noah St. John. Seriously, if you can only afford to buy 1 audio programme, I would NOT recommend this one.
Yes. Substancial information worth of studying during a lifetime.
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This Book will move you into the next level of your life.
Must read book for anyone who would like a better life.
Dr. Wayne Dyer does a wonderful job implementing the teachings of Lao Tsu into this Excuses Begone piece. I Had not heard of Lao Tsu before but have been familiar with some of his quotes for instance, ...A journey of a thousand...begins with the first step.
It is rewarding changing old and self defeating habits. To not change or to go back to them is disappointing not only to yourself and others but most importantly to Source Energy.
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