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Vishen Lakhiani is the author of The Code of the Extraordinary Mind. This book is classified as a self-help book and it was written for people who would like to change their lives from a way of living that is on autopilot into a way of conscious living which will bring extraordinary experiences and results. The author of this book is also the founder of a company called Mindvalley. Mindvalley is an educational company that places a focus on self-help and personal growth. There are a wide range of interesting people involved with this company such as spiritual teachers, media giants, and corporate leaders.
The author of this book lists one of his key skills as the ability to take something apart and put it back together in a way that makes it better than its original form. Many people refer to this ability as hacking. Vishen has applied this hacking ability to self-help and personal development in a way that no one else has done before. He takes the teachings that he has learned throughout his lifetime and alters them in a way that allows him to present the world with something unique and special. Limiting beliefs are experienced by many people and they are one of the greatest deterrents to personal growth. Vishen has made it a goal in his life to help people eliminate their limiting beliefs. This goal is achieved through a process of helping others become conscious of what they really desire in life so that they will be able to recognize their calling and act on it in a way that will benefit the entire world.
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- Carolien Worldwide
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Great summary of the story itself. Just a slightly monotome reading style for my taste, but that's ok again 'cause te duration is short. I'll listen to it again with a notebook to jot down what I can implement.