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This audiobook teaches you the hidden secrets of self-reliance to reach your full potential and accomplish your grandest goals and dreams. It will help you to discover your true purpose and calling in life. How to get any job or career you want. How you can get the upper hand in any personal or professional negotiation. The ultimate time-management strategy that will help you maximize the use of your time, enable you to focus on your core competencies, and reach your goals in the quickest, most efficient way possible.

It will teach you success and problem-solving mindsets and skill sets that will enable you to overcome any obstacle, challenge, or setback. The secrets to health, vitality, and unlimited energy that keeps you free from common colds, flu, and illnesses so you can enjoy your life with exceptional mental clarity, focus, and efficiency. How the worlds banking, credit, monetary, and financial system really works so you can understand how government policy will affect your business, job, investments, and the economy so you can take advantage of the boom/bust cycle of the central banking system, protect your accumulated wealth and financially profit in any market conditions.

Why am I qualified to help you overcome your challenges and reach your full potential? I've spent most of my life studying and applying the best lessons I've learned from self-help, philosophy, history, religion, politics, finance, business, marketing, entrepreneurship, leadership, health, exercise, and studying the most successful people in history. I share what I learned after hitting the wall and failing to graduate college so I could stop sabotaging my success and employ the superior fundamental principles of the science of high achievement that enabled me to get every job and career I went after upon graduation, started a mortgage and real estate company that netted a $60,000 profit in the first month of operation, and grew it from just an idea into seven companies grossing $8 million a year. I became a full-time life coach in 2006.

©2018 Corey Wayne (P)2018 Corey Wayne

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Misleading title

This book is all over the place. It's more like a biography on his life and then rants about politics and conspiracy theories. Repeats A LOT. You can apply some of the things he did in his life you learn from this book to you, but it's nothing like his first book that is actually TEACHING you how to master relationships or in This case, yourself. This book doesn't teach you anything really. no steps or guides or anything.
disapponted, but the first book is amazing so I still love coach. This book just was really misleading. I thought it would be about how to master yourself with steps etc. Not just "here's my life story you might benefit from some of the things I did".

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Interesting autobiography/self improvement manuel

More of an autobiography than an action plan but you can always learn from someone else's story and some really good tips and strategies are included. There are some politically leaning recommendations and a full reprint of the Constitution and Bill of Rights which weren't particularly interesting to me. Maybe they might be to others.

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Autobiography!

Ok, Corey's videos in YouTube are awesome and helpful. Also his other book is good and helpful. This book thought is just his biography, his political and various beliefs and opinions. Not recommended.

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must read 10 to 15 times

I wouldn't say that it's life-changing because it's like building a new lifel

thanks coach

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Loved all the Wisdom & Knowledge

Greatness and Going For What You Want in Life , Don’t ask for Permission keep moving forward!

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Great Read...with lots of life lessons.

Lots of economic lessons included. Plus how U.S. politics are influencing world economics and human rights.

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Will Read agaib

the book was fantastic I'll definitely be reading it again. Corey does an awesome job of pointing out the most important aspects in life and character development as well as giving tips how to deal with other people and also offers a broader perspective on spirituality I hope this book helps others as much as it has helped me.
the stories that he shares about his own life are also very interesting the guy's been through a lot and clearly has learned a lot from his experiences. I highly recommend it

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Exceptional . You will need to hear it 15 times .<br />

A very detailed book on the life of corey .
You may not need all the parts but they might come in handy in your journey!

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Great book for Coach Corey Wayne Fans

I am a big Corey Wayne fan. Like most others seeking women related advice, I found his book “How it be a 3% man” via YouTube. Throught his videos on YouTube, he’s briefly explained some of the things in his life and experiences that he went through or currently practices. This book is essentially an extension or detailed information on those briefs in his videos.

I align with most of Coach Corey Wayne’s ideals and beliefs. I found his book covering his personal experiences the MOST valuable. The majority of the book is his background, where’s he come from and how he’s come to this point in life. He wants to share what worked for him and his desire to help others achieve the same appears to be genuine. Of course time is money, so he does make a couple bucks doing it.

The parts of the book that covers how he makes his energy juice, anal cleansing methods and his spirituality may have people shrug and , “ ok whatever,” but he throws that in the book because he has received many questions on those subjects.

Overall I’d have to say 2/3 of the book had value and just like a real coach you’d admire, told stories of success and failure.

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diarrhea of mouth. not enough pertinent informatio

too much political and.non importance of.one's self. disappointed..needs to concentrate of self discovery and directions

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  • 06-19-18

Not like the first book

Too much detail on Corey's construction jobs. Bad tone in general with Corey showing off way too much ($10M house, $2k juicer, rims on his pick up truck etc.).

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  • piyong
  • 03-24-18

Nothing much to gain

Got nothing much out of it. felt that there were other people's stories clubed together in to it which can be found else where as well, hence it's so long. I liked the first book how to be a 3% Man. the first book is very effective. wish I could get a refund on this book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-12-18

Good book for people in the US

some great lessons and teaches however large amount of information is irrelevant for people living outside of the US

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  • Ash...
  • 10-08-18

Corey Wayne’s autobiography = 14 hours of nonsense

This book is not about Mastering at all, it is an extremely long, 14-hour painful collection of uncorrelated rambling.
Basically, a Corey Wayne’s autobiography, the rant of a far-right and white supremacist, mixed with some anti-European, anti-immigrant, anti-Obama, anti-Muslim, gun supporter and Trump sympathizer bull…t...

A 14-hours autobiography of a random guy??? FFS, the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is 6 hours!

Seriously this book is a complete waste of time, if you want to read something about Mastering get a copy of Mastery by Robert Greene, save a few pounds and the most important, 14 hours of nonsense.

I'm returning this book straight away!

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  • Jeff
  • 04-23-18

Worse than the dentist

Cory I like your work in general but this book is terrible!It puts a whole new meaning on "watching paint dry".It is like getting stuck with the most boring person at a party. The content seems to be a story of Cory's life and some quotes "Mastering yourself,how to align your life with your true calling etc,I didn't find any of that sorry hours of wasted time listening to a boring story that is so badly narrated to be truly painful.Cory your a life coach not a narrator!

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  • James W.
  • 03-09-18

Worth Taking Time To Read Or Listen To...

If you could sum up Mastering Yourself in three words, what would they be?

I like what Corey says and his life adventure so far. He is a young late 40's person who comes across as someone who is a free thinker who backs his views up with strong and reasoned convictions. Some may not agree with all his views, but like anyone worth listening to that's a good thing, different views and freedom of reasoned thought based on life experience not just academia. Also, the end part has the American declaration of independence which is interesting as someone from the UK in my opinion. Definitely, this book has some great issues to think about and life experiences to be inspired from.

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  • Manu D.
  • 09-20-18

Loads of information to help develop self relianc

Loads of information to help develop self reliance and improve personal life style. Books shows how important it is be who you are meant to be in spite of all the difficulties and challenges life throws at you.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-31-18

Fantastic Book

This book is a gem Sir Corey Wayne, I tip my hat to you. This book has inspired me to write about my own story. Well Done Coach!!

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  • MR Geoff Bowen
  • 03-21-18

very unmotivating

like Cory Wayne's voice and I love his first book, How to be a 3% Man. I gave it 5 stars. But this is terrible! His thoughts on politics and gun laws do nothing to motivate me or master myself.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful