In this program of the series Secrets of Being Unstoppable, by Guy Finley, the focus is on empowerment. With his usual combination of passion and compassion, Finley delves into the subject of self-governance. For those people who find themselves making excuses for the way things are, instead of actively changing them for the better; and for those who have a hard time believing that their particular fate and happiness are in their own hands, this audio is a must. Finley reveals how to take control of one's life, avoid falling into negative patterns of helplessness. With his strong, comforting voice, Finley guides listeners through steps by which to be proactive and self-supportive, and, ultimately, happy.
In 5 Words to Make You the Master of Your Life, Guy Finley reveals the secret of these five powerful words and explains in down-to-earth language how you can be stronger than anything that has overcome you in the past. Working with these five words is like magic, because they illuminate negative patterns in our mind that have been conditioned into us since we were very young. Learning to recognize these self-limiting patterns, and then using the special five words to break their hold on us, is the key to giving ourselves a new confidence and contentment beyond worry and doubt.
In this program, you will learn how to:
Never say that unconscious cruel remark again. Never again be punished by negativity and fear. Never again compromise yourself in front of another human being to get what you want. Never again rely on any situation or any person for your happiness. Be the master of your own life.
"Guy Finley's books are essential guides for positive living and achieving your maximum potential." (Suzanne Somers)
His 5 words could have been much more powerful without his overblown, over exaggerated examples. A couple examples were meaningful, but not well presented. Narrator spends 59 minutes to get to the point, which need not have taken more than 5 minutes. Uses a lot of hype & useless rhetoric to play up his points. Then when he makes his points, they are not what they were lead up to. Narrator also has a severe problem OVER ARTICULATING EACH AND EVERY WORD as if the listener is too stupid to understand the unnecessary use of his over abundance of 25 cent words. Reminded me of those arrogant holy rollers. Do not spend the money on this one.
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