Book Summary of Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz
- Narrated by: Dean Bokhari
- Length: 53 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-03-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: FlashBooks Book Summaries
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Original book description:
Put more living in your life! Psycho Cybernetics is renowned doctor and professor Maxwell Maltz's simple, scientific, and revolutionary program for health and success. Happiness and success are habits. So are failure and misery. But negative habits can be changed - and Psycho Cybernetics shows you how! This is your personal guide to the amazing power of Psycho Cybernetics - a program based on one of the world's classic self help books, a multimillion copy best seller proven effective by readers worldwide. Presenting positive attitude as a means for change, Maltz's teaching has the ring of common sense.
Psycho Cybernetics is the original text that defined the mind/body connection - the concept that paved the way for most of today's personal empowerment programs. Turn crises into creative opportunities, dehypnotize yourself from false beliefs, and celebrate new freedom from fear and guilt. Testimonials and stories are interspersed with advice from Maltz, as well as techniques for relaxation and visualization. Dr. Maxwell Maltz teaches you his techniques of "emotional surgery" - the path to a dynamic new self image and self esteem and to achieving the success and happiness you deserve!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Craig Stahlke on 08-18-16
Really good Summary!
This is exactly what I was looking for when I purchased this audio book. It's short and hits all the points. This is something that I will realistically will be able to listen to time after time.
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By Brainy Gal on 09-16-17
Narrator Is Too Dramatic
I could not finish listening to this book. The (young?) narrator is WAY too dramatic in his presentation. He adds emphasis on words in a way that is so annoying to me. Maxwell Maltz would not have even read his own work in this manner. The narrator is putting emphasis on words and points where they shouldn't necessarily be for the listener. The message of the book was lost (..and I'm pretty tolerant) because I just couldn't stop listening to how awful the reading was.
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