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I never leave reviews, but this goes to show you what a great impact this book had on me .
Very good, I learned a lot from this book, more so than any other book I've ever read.
I even created my Bill of Rights and I live by those. it is my great pleasure to recommend this book and its author.
9 of 10 people found this review helpful
Would you listen to Not Nice again? Why?
Absolutely. I was pleasantly surprised how helpful this was. Lot's of "AH HA!" moments. I'll be referencing back to the content many times I'm sure.
Who was your favorite character and why?
The author himself.
Which character – as performed by Dr. Aziz Gazipura PsyD – was your favorite?
Again, the author himself.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
How to instantly take control of your life and happiness.
Any additional comments?
This was a real revelation. I think I'm getting a handle on controlling my time now and it feels great. I thought it would mean being a jerk, but once you understand it correctly you see it's not that at all. Great stuff!
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
If your looking for quick book to read and then at the end of the book wham! your a self confident person and motivated person. This book is definately NOT for you as your probably never going to get anywhere anyway. This is an eye opening book to realise the pitfalls of being nice and the steps to make a change.Ive found this book tremendously helpful inspite of the long read.But everything is so important and needed to help you understand why you try to be nice and why it isnt good. If your looking for a quick read motivationaal book ,skip this one but if you need to make a change and get more confident this is the book !! Reading through this book is as painful (because of the truth behing the nice person mask) as making the painful change but well worth it.
This audiobook is made excessively long (18hrs) by the authors autobiographical style of recounting many stories of his own life when explaining a point.
I found it hard to keep going with it as it just seemed never ending without going anywhere. Not for me.