The barriers that presently keep us from the success we seek (limitation, discouragement, bad luck) hold no real authority over this unclaimed gift. When we awaken to its higher possibilities, there's literally nothing that can stand in our way. And while these claims may sound too good to be true, they're understated, if anything. One could literally fill hours and hours with listing the extraordinary benefits of the unstoppable life, and the words would still pale in comparison to the real possibilities.
However, as with all things that seem too good to be true, there's a catch. There's a reason why most people don't know and will never know the reality of this extraordinary inner-strength: Most people are content with their lives "as is". But, if you're one of the rare few who are NOT content with "life as usual", and you aspire to better yourself, your loved ones, and the world at large, then this program was meant just for you.
It's different from anything you've ever seen or heard before. It has nothing to do with positive thinking, goal setting, visualization, overcoming people or events with psychological powers, or gaining an advantage at the expense of anyone or anything else. It's much better than all of those temporary success techniques.
Secrets of Being Unstoppable gives you a realistic, complete, and accurate blueprint for realizing your full potential. Listen now and take a giant leap toward the higher life your heart longs for.
©2005 Guy Finley; (P)2005 Life of Learning Foundation
"Guy Finley's books are essential guides for positive living and achieving your maximum potential." (Suzanne Somers)
I'm not even done with the book yet and it has already changed my life. Entertaining, educational and a must have for everyone contemplating the need for change in their lives (and who of us isn't??) Two enthusiastic thumbs up!
Just when I thought I was alone, having no one who understood what I was experiencing on the path of enlightenment, the Light within me attracted to me the teachings of Guy Finley. I have been motivated (goaded) and energized to continue on. I enjoy staying engaged and in tuned with the logic, light, and laughter expressed by this tuly blessed soul. Guy...thanks so much for sharing!
A must have, for living in this society....If your mind is cluttered with negativity, this will last a lifetime....I strongly suggest listening to this as much as possible. Very important to understand all. This will definetly change you with a TREMENDOUS INNER STRENGTH you might have thought you can never attain.
Very well written/ presented, lot to abosorb but worth the effort, reinforcing content with positive mode of thinking. Highly recommend this audio to all who care to learn about themself and how to change negative thinking.
The basic problem with this book is that it is Nothing New.
It would be nice if he presented new ideas. I really was not impress.
I have read quite many books and heard many audio books - this is by far the worst of all. Why? - 1) content is extremely shallow - i thought may be this tape is like digging for gold, and have to go through lot of dirt to find it, but after listening for 8 hours - I finally gave up...leave gold, no prospects of bronze also. 2) repetition - speaker drags one shallow subject endlessly. 3) cosntruction of statements - seems like speaker is trying to impress upon his superior construction of statements, but forgot the number 1 objective of speaking that message should be conveyed effectively. 4)voice - very irritating voice and extremely irritating and most of the time unnecessary laughter.
I have taken out so much time to write this review because a) I am frustrated of being wasted 8 hours b) to save some from this egregious audio book.
I could not get halfway through this audiobook. The narrator (the author) sounded like an evangelical preacher without the salvation part. When I could get beyond the annoying voice, I found precious little meaty subject matter. A few good stories, and not much more.
Empowering, clear and practical!
Guy Finley is blessed with a most powerful ability to clearly explain the most simple to the most complex issues of life. If understood and implemented it will transform your life. If widely implemented it could certainly positively impact the health of the world, as most of our problems lie in the heart and mind - beliefs and paradigms that frame our thinking and actions, leading to untold stress and consequent physical and mental health issues.
Passionate and authentic!
Don't play victim and don't allow yourself to be stuck in the past. The mind, heart and love are super powerful.
If there is one self-help book you wish to listen to choose this one.Thank you Guy Finley!
The reader sounds like a cross between Winnie the Pooh and a Southern Baptist preacher. He tells numerous stories, many of which are solid, to prove a point. The problem is that he states a truth, backs it up with stories, but then leaves the reader on his/her own to find out how to apply the teaching. It seems that this book just repackages universal teachings but never really delivers on anything of lasting substance
The book is incompressible,
- maybe he can't write
- maybe he is a fake and is trying to hide it
Incredibly long run on sentences with multiple relative clauses. We linguist speak of 'reference.' He uses the word 'that' several times in each sentence. I go over the hardcover text over and over again trying to figure out what 'that' is referring to. Then it appears that the second sentence in the paragraph does have any relation to the first sentence.
He states his opinions what we in the behavioral sciences consider to be a 'World View.' World View's aren't fact.
Finley is very charismatic. I could do without the charisma and would prefer the clarity of Earnest Hemingway or Somerset Maugham.
I've taught from pre-school to some of the most famous universities.
I think a teacher takes what is complex and makes it comprehensible. BTW, this in not a fact. I'm telling you this up front. It is a world view and not fact. I wish Finley was as honest.
Finley takes a hodgepodge of
1) cognitive psychology
2) Eastern religion
3) Jesus (he attributes to Jesus quoting from the Hebrew Bible, but seems unaware of the original source of the quotes)
Finley adds charisma and poor writing to make it incomprehensible.
Lots of charisma. He might rephrase things in such a way that are meaningful.
But he is not,
- original or
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