Flip It

  • by Michael Heppell
  • Narrated by Michael Heppell
  • 4 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It seems we're all growing more negative. Bad news on the TV and in the papers makes us all feel fed up, and we find it easier to talk about what's wrong instead of looking for what's good.
But imagine knowing a simple trick that you could use to help you feel better about everything. No matter how bad, how upsetting, how annoying or how frustrating the situation, wouldn't it be great if you had the power to take it on and make it better?
Well, that simple trick does exist, and it's time to learn how to "Flip It".
This fantastic book will show you a different way of thinking, acting, feeling, and doing, whereby you can easily and simply get the very best out of every situation you find yourself in.
You'll learn straightforward techniques that you can use to make the bad times more bearable, the good times better than ever, and everyday life just, well, less "everyday".
Then, with a little practice, you'll learn how to Flip It swiftly, instantly and successfully to turn even the most pressing problems into the best possible experiences. And once you've learned to Flip It with ease, just like super-successful people have been doing for thousands of years, you'll find, at home and at work, your life is more fun, more successful, more rewarding and more positive. Embrace the power of the Flip It philosophy today and discover how brilliant it feels to shine and live your life full of positivity, possibility, and purpose.

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Great Pep Talk

I admit, I ordered this book not only for content, but because I love the author/narrator's accent. The book was encouraging, and gives many ideas for changing our perception of any situation and keeping a positive outlook on life. If you need a pep talk, this is a great book.
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- Genny

New age, but not new age

Seemed fairly obvious that Heppell's trying to attract the anti-The Secret crowd by implying "I'm not one of 'them'." But, to a certain extent, he is.
If I had to summarize his main point: don't ever be defeatist! Still, there are echoes of "thoughts are things" and he ends with advice to use a pendulum to find lost objects. I don't have a problem with that, but wanted to head off folks later claiming they were expecting something some "scientific" (psychology).
Value? Good, but not great.
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- John S.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-08-2010
  • Publisher: Audible Studios