"Which of the relationship secrets within this book will change your life?"
A great relationship can make experiencing the highs of life more exciting and the lows much easier to deal with. And when it comes to business, networking with powerful people can be the thing to take your success to a new level.
There's just one problem.... Creating close, meaningful relationships can be a challenge...or so it seems.
Believe it or not, bringing amazing relationships into your life, whether they are personal or business-related, isn't difficult at all. In fact, it's easy...if you know how to do it.
"What could a great relationship do for you?"
This book contains advice on how to create powerful relationships that will bring more happiness into your life, give you the support you've been looking for, and make you money.
Over the years, personal-development expert Steve Pavlina has given advice on how you can surround yourself with great people who will appreciate you, how to deal with difficult people, and how to develop strong romantic connections. His advice has helped hundreds of thousands of people to create empowering relationships and it will help you.
Whether you want to meet new people, strengthen your current relationships, or make valuable business connections, this book is for you!
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Narration - Rey Anthony Mangual - Really good. Honestly, I felt like I was listening to the author speak, so for me, that's great.
The book - well, this is one of those reads that I feel like if I get ONE thing out of it, it's been worth my time. I was having a hard time getting into it in the beginning, but then he said something that made a light bulb go off for me and I was hooked through to the end.
I got my one thing, and then a couple more to go along with it, so I'm happy. I will say that I was a little confused when he was talking about his relationship with his wife and kids and then he started talking about a relationship with another woman (who remained nameless) Then in the next section, he addressed polyamory and I thought....OH! NOW that makes sense! So there's a fair bit of discussions regarding personal relationships - really personal - well, dating advice, so for a married, non polyamorous individual, that part wasn't really useful to me, but would have come in handy about 25 years ago!
It's a fairly engaging listen with some sound advice and as with any book of this type - you, as the listener, get to decide what parts are gold and what parts aren't as useful for your situation.
I received a copy of this audiobook free of charge from audibookblast in exchange for an unbiased review
No, I have read more in depth, to the point books on this subject.
Easy to listen to.
Step out of your comfort zone.
"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast dot com."
The narrator has a pleasant voice and the book has a nice pace covering different topics.
This is not a story but a self help book. Having said that, much of the content seems to be based on the personal experiences of the author Steve Pavlina, a pretty well known blogger. The author shares many of his personal experiences and anecdotes. This makes for an interesting listen, but leaves me wondering if what worked for him would work just as well for others. The specific chapter I liked best was about long term relationships and when it is time to move on, as it made me think a lot.
I like the idea about connecting with anyone by viewing the world and it's people as already connected and part of a larger whole. This idea, when internalized, can help with overcoming the natural fear and reservedness that some of us feel on meeting new people.
No, it's a bit too heavy for a single sitting.
I was gifted this audio book in return for an honest review
I love reading fiction, but also enjoy poetry and nonfiction. I love stories full of mystery, suspense, charm, and alternate realities.
This is a difficult book for me to rate, but in spite of a few negative points (starting the book with a discussion of changing from introvert to extrovert and a disproportionate amount of time spent on discussion of polyamory), I think the book deserves 4 stars for its insights on human-centered focus in interactions. When I say human-focused, I'm mean a focus on the other person as a spiritual entity worthy of respect. There's a very Eastern-philosphy feel to this book with a call to speak to the other person's highest self and to influence by understanding the other person rather than trying to influence by persuasion that is self-centered. If this approach appeals to you, then you will find something valuable in this book.
I received this title for free in exchange for an unbiased review.
Author provides so good advice that I have already started using. Being a self conscious overthinker social events can be awkward. I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlastdotcom
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