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Just a few short years, that's all we have, and we want to make them worth living, but what does that mean and how can we make it happen? This life isn't a rehearsal, it's serious! How do we live well in this world? How do we bring true happiness, love and prosperity into our lives? The splinter in your mind is always there telling you that the solutions you've been fed obviously don't work. This audiobook removes that nagging reminder and replaces it with a feeling of self-assurance and purpose.
In one sense, it's an audiobook, but we prefer to think of The Splinter In Your Mind as a revolution. A revolution is a turning point where things become radically different. Prepare for a turning point in your life toward abundant happiness, love and prosperity. As you become familiar with its concepts you'll want to refer to it often. With each listen and reference you'll find deeper meaning and more life-changing advantages. The ideas here are truly unique and clear so that everyone can benefit. You'll find the most powerful ideas from the great philosophers, thinkers, and the science of achievement all in one place. The Splinter In Your Mind finally brings these life-changing ideas together, in a practical and easy-to-understand way.
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By Todd Reinhardt on 10-01-17
Finally, A Book That Explains a Happy Life
As the author, I have not heard any specific criticisms of this book... only generalized nonsense. This book identifies the problem with this world and the lives of people who suffer from a lack of meaning, purpose and fulfillment in areas such as love, happiness and prosperity. Only the non-productive losers who have positions are bitter when they hear the remedies put forth by this book.
By Pamela on 03-11-16
What just happened?!
With such broad generalization found throughout this book, even the insightful points sprinkled here and there lose validity. With inferred, and often blatant disdain for what these authors termed destructive people/non-producers, this book felt more like the mad ramblings of a secular cult. Anyone who claims all people of wealth (producers) as moral and do nothing but good and all non-producers as bad and lazy, is either trying to mislead others into believing this non-sense or is insane. In keeping with the writers' sentiment, my opinion here is broad and general and does not completely capture the entirety of the story and is based on persuasion...Much like this book. I understand the title better... I NOW have a splinter in my mind.
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